Accepting Nominations: Karla Holloway Mentoring Award
We are now accepting submissions for the Karla Holloway Mentoring Award from individuals at member institutions of the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research. To learn more about the Collaborative and see if your institution is a member, visit the website.
The Karla Holloway Mentoring Award is an annual award honoring a nominated individual from a Collaborative institution for excellence in mentoring young women and/or girls of color.
During her academic career, Dr. Karla Holloway authored eight books and held appointments in the departments of English, the Law School, Women’s Studies, and African & African American Studies simultaneously. In the midst of this prolific professional career, Professor Holloway set aside time to advise students, she used her official positions to create opportunities and generate resources for marginalized students, and she advocated for generations of young scholars. Her substantive mentorship had meaningful and lasting impact for many women of color researchers.
The Karla Holloway Mentoring Award recognizes the crucial importance of mentoring for identifying, cultivating, and supporting women of color scholars.
This award recognizes individuals who work with women and girls of color during the early stages of their development as scholars and researchers. This can include work with undergraduate and graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty, and youth leaders and community based youth researchers.
Only individuals who currently work at a member institution of the Collaborative to Advance Equity Through Research are eligible for nomination for this award.
Submissions for the Karla Holloway Mentoring Award are due by March 20, 2017. The award winner will be announced on May 3, 2017.
HOW TO NOMINATE
To submit a nomination, email email@example.com with the following information:
- Your name, title, and institution
- The name, title, institution, and contact information of the individual you are nominating
- A brief essay of no more than 300 words explaining how this individual exemplifies excellence in mentoring young women and/or girls of color as scholars, researchers, and knowledge producers