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NRMN 2015 Pilot and Supplement Award Programs

By July 10, 2015No Comments

NRMN’s 2015 Supplement and Pilot Project Award Recipients

In 2015, NRMN selected a series of Pilot and Supplement Project Award recipients after receiving many highly competitive proposals.

The below awardees implement programming and research that significantly contributes to the mission of the National Research Mentoring Network. Follow the links below to review an abstract of each award’s program.

2015 Supplement Awards

The Compact for Faculty Diversity Research Mentoring Institute
Ken Pepion, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education

NRMN Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Network (NRMN-CAN)
Nancy Schwartz, University of Chicago
Charity Farber, Committee on Institutional Cooperation

Professional Skill Development for Mentors
Doris Rubio, University of Pittsburgh

NRMN-Link Developing/Implementing Mentoring Supportive Technology
Lee Limbird, Fisk University

Angela Wandinger-Ness, University of New Mexico


2015 Pilot Awards

Amplifying Voices: An Innovative Model for the Mentoring of Diverse Biomedical/Biobehavioral Women Faculty
Sandra L. Petersen, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Northeast Evidence-Based Mentor Training Consortium
Hal Strelnick, Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Montefiore Medical Center

Mentoring the Mentors to Enhance Diversity in the Biomedical Research Workforce: A Collaboration Between the University of California and the NRMN
Mitchell D. Feldman, University of California San Francisco

Cultivating Community Based Disparities Research Mentoring Fellowship
Adán Colon-Carmona, University of Massachusetts Boston

UB’s Community Based Disparities Research Mentoring Fellowship
Laurene Tumiel Berhalter, University at Buffalo

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