The Faculty Mentor Program and Educational Opportunity Programs (EOP)
cordially invite you to a reception in honor of the recipients of the
2017 Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Awards*
Wednesday, November 29, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Oviatt Library Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room
A short program will begin at 5:20 p.m.
This year’s recipients are:
Professor Curt Dommeyer, Marketing
Professor Adrian Pérez-Boluda, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
Mr. Samir Hamawe, Peer Education Coordinator, University Counseling Services
Ms. Elizabeth Riegos-Olmos, Director, Student Services Center/EOP, College of Science and Mathematics
Professor Harry Hellenbrand, English and Provost Emeritus
Please attend our reception to learn more about the contributions of this year’s recipients.
* In May 1998, the Faculty Mentor Program and the EOP established the “Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Award” in recognition of Professor Dorsey’s invaluable contributions to mentoring and mentor training at CSUN. This award is presented to faculty, staff, administrators, and/or students who have made exceptional contributions to mentoring at CSUN. The first recipient was the award’s namesake, Dr. Don Dorsey.
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Don Dorsey Excellence In Mentoring Awards Call for Nominations
Deadline: Friday, November 3, 2017
In 1998, the Faculty Mentor Program and the Educational Opportunity Programs established the “Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Award” in recognition of Professor Don Dorsey’s invaluable contributions to mentoring and mentor training over two decades. Dr. Dorsey, Professor of Educational Psychology and Counseling, helped develop CSUN’s first mentor training program, and devoted himself as a mentor to innumerable students.
These awards are presented to faculty, staff, and administrators who have been exceptional mentors at CSUN. A reception honoring the recipients will be held Wednesday, Nov. 29, 5 to 7 p.m.
Faculty, Staff, and Administrators may be nominated for these awards.
- Exceptional mentoring of past or present CSUN students, especially EOP students
- Holistic approach to mentoring, including academic and personal support and in informal and intangible ways
- Proactive involvement in the university’s commitment to the success of students of diverse backgrounds and communities, especially EOP students
We especially want to honor mentors who have not been recognized previously by our university for their valuable work.
Complete the nomination form, include support materials from students, and submit by November 3, 2017 to Glenn Omatsu, Coordinator, Faculty Mentor Program, EOP Central, University Hall 205 (campus mail code: 8366); e-mail: email@example.com