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Call for Nominations: The Meyerson Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring

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From the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education :

The President Emeritus and Mrs. Meyerson Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring was established through a generous gift by the late UB President Emeritus Martin Meyerson and his wife, Margy Ellen, to recognize exceptional teaching and mentoring at the university. Faculty members who exemplify these qualities are foundational to the University at Buffalo and its academic mission. They provide the guidance and support needed to help undergraduate students develop the skills necessary for not only research and creativity but also for critical thinking and innovation. Like the Myersons, we believe that the best undergraduate creative experiences are collaborative, encourage student autonomy and responsibility and create strong mentoring relationships with faculty. The Meyerson Award is the highest university award given specifically for undergraduate mentoring.

The link for the nomination page is:

For questions about the award or how to make a nomination, please contact Katie Biggie in Undergraduate Education at or (716) 829-6170.

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