Winners of the 2021-2022 Faculty Doctoral Mentoring Awards Chosen

Release Date: March 08 2022

Left to right: Drs. David Fedele, Chris J. Hass, Bette Loiselle, Connie Mulligan, and Timothy Vollmer

The UF Graduate School is proud to announce the winners of its 2021-2022 Faculty Doctoral Mentoring Awards, which recognizes excellence, innovation, and effectiveness among UF faculty in mentoring doctoral and Master of Fine Arts students through their final dissertation or fine arts thesis project:

Dr. David Fedele
Department of Clinical and Health Psychology

Dr. Chris J. Hass
Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology

Dr. Bette Loiselle
Tropical Conservation and Development Program, Center for Latin American Studies
Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

Dr. Connie Mulligan
Department of Anthropology

Dr. Timothy Vollmer
Department of Psychology

This honor awards winners with $3,000 each, with an additional $1,000 going to their departments for support of doctoral or Master of Fine Arts students.

Nominations for this award come from current graduate students, graduate alumni, faculty colleagues, graduate coordinators, department chairs, school directors, college deans, and upper-level administration.

To learn more about this year’s winners and their mentoring philosophies, click here: 2021-2022 Faculty Doctoral Mentoring Award Winners.