8 Graduate Students, Faculty Receive 2021 Dean’s Awards
The Graduate School has announced eight recipients for the 2021 Dean’s Awards, recognizing outstanding efforts in mentoring and teaching.
The recipients will be honored at a virtual ceremony on March 31. More details about each recipient will be posted closer to the event.
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring
Each faculty award winner receives a $3,000 prize, while each student recipient gets $2,000.
Aaron D. Franklin
Addy Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Chemistry
Marcos A. Rangel
Associate Professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy
Makeba Parramore Wilbourn
Associate Professor of the Practice of Psychology and Neuroscience
Psychology and Neuroscience
Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
Each winner receives $2,000. This award is for Ph.D. students only.
Environmental Sciences and Policy
Note: There were no nominations this year for the Dean’s Award in Inclusive Excellence in Graduate Education. In keeping with the goals of the award, The Graduate School will use the award money to support events and programming organized by its departments, programs, or students aimed at creating a more diverse and inclusive environment for graduate education at Duke (see details and apply).