This award is presented to an individual in recognition of his/her career commitment to mentoring, for making a significant positive impact on his/her mentees' education and career, and for advancing research or patient care in the field of endocrinology through his/her mentees. The key roles of a mentor include, but are not limited to, nurturing intellectual growth, career development, professional guidance, and positive role modeling.
This award is not limited to members of the Endocrine Society
New nominations must be submitted by the primary nominator who is responsible for collecting and merging supporting documents in a single document (PDF or Word) in the order listed below:
300-word citation (will be published as-is in Endocrine News if the nominee is selected)
Colleague Letter of Support (1 page each, no more than 2)
List of Trainees
Description of Mentorship Activities and Reach - clearly and succinctly describe the mentor programs and or activities, target audience, and outcomes (required for clinical mentors and encouraged for research mentors)
Mentee Letter of Support (maximum of one letter, no longer than 1 page; may be co-signed by multiple mentees)