OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH MENTORS
The Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award is awarded to an individual faculty researcher or faculty research team that demonstrates excellence in mentoring undergraduate students in a research setting.
Dr. Heidi Hornik
Department of Art, College of Arts and Sciences
Arts, humanities and professional disciplines
Professor Carol Macaulay-Jameson
Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences
Science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and health-related disciplines
EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP
The The purpose of this award is to recognize individuals, programs, or organizations that best demonstrate leadership, imagination, and persistence in developing research opportunities for undergraduate students.
Dr. Shelby Garner and Dr. Shelley Conroy; Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing
For initiating multiple individual and team opportunities for hands-on undergraduate research, including field schools and international projects. Dr. Garner has set an example for others in the richness, diversity, and service orientation of the undergraduate opportunities offered.