Posted on May 19, 2017
Source: The Hub
"Three Johns Hopkins University faculty members will receive the Provost's Award for Excellence in Faculty Mentoring for their commitment to helping early- and mid-career faculty develop their skills.
The winners of the award are:
The award is accompanied by a $5,000 honorarium.
'Henry Brem, Cynthia Rand, and Carl Latkin embody in their mentoring a set of key ideas: we are stronger as a university when we work together, when scholars new to a field are helped and brought along in their work, and when we look out for each other," said Christopher Celenza, vice provost for faculty affairs. "Henry, Cynthia, and Carl consistently do well by doing good. What a pleasure it is to recognize them for their work and to see the way their examples will radiate outward to the rest of our university community.'"