Dietrich School Faculty Recognized in Inaugural Mentorship Award

Khristen Scott, in a pink top, and Jennifer Josten, in a blue collared shirt.

Khristen Scott, assistant professor of English in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, and Jennifer Josten, associate professor of history of art and architecture, also in the Dietrich School, received the inaugural Award for Excellence in Graduate Mentoring.

The Dietrich School created the award to celebrate and honor the exemplary mentorship of faculty whose practices enhance the overall quality of graduate education. All graduate students and chairs of Dietrich School departments were eligible to nominate faculty, who were then evaluated by an award committee, chaired by Holger Hoock, associate dean for graduate studies and research in the Dietrich School. 

Scott and Josten received their awards, along with a cash prize of $1,500.