Deadline

Mentor Award nominations are due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 2, 2021 (extended from Mar. 26).

Submit a Mentor Award Nomination

    UROP celebrates research and creative mentors with the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, which recognizes CU Boulder faculty supporting students on research and creative projects in all fields of study.

      Students are encouraged to nominate their mentors regardless of program funding, and UROP welcomes nominations from early stage researchers and creative practitioners.  Portions of student nominations might be shared with their mentors after awards are announced in the spring.

      To support their work, Mentor Award recipients will have the option to award an Assistantship to an eligible undergraduate of their choosing in the next grant cycle.

      Past Recipients
      • 2020: Dr. Celeste Montoya, Women & Gender Studies
      • 2020: Dr. June Gruber, Psychology and Neuroscience Clinical Psychology
      • 2019: Dr. Cecilia Pang, Theatre and Dance
      • 2018: Dr. Torin Clark, Aerospace Engineering Sciences
      • 2017: Dr. Leslie Leinwand, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
      • 2017: Dr. Joshua Correll, Psychology and Neuroscience
      • 2016: Dr. Michael Baratta, Psychology and Neuroscience
      • 2016: Dr. Enrique López, School of Education
      • 2015: Dr. Alexander Cruz, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
      • 2015: Dr. Amy Javernick-Will, Civil Engineering
      • 2015: Dr. Tin Tin Su, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

        Prepare Your Nomination

        1,000 word maximum: Explain how your mentor has excelled in the following:

        • Training
        • Professional Development
        • Ongoing Support
        • Evaluations and Feedback
        • Impact on Learning and Development