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Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee's Outstanding Mentor Awards

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Many biblical scholars of color provide exceptional mentoring service to other scholars of color in the context of doctoral programs and/or in less formal but significant ways. They provide invaluable advice at various stages of one's career, help develop important networks, offer support in the process of navigating intricacies of the guild, and serve as role models. The SBL Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee (CUREMP) seeks to honor scholars of color who have done an outstanding job of mentoring other scholars/students of color.

If you wish to nominate someone for this award, please send her/his name along with a letter of nomination to Raj Nadella. The letter should describe the ways the nominee helped your professional advancement and why you think s/he stands out as an exceptional mentor. You are welcome to nominate your current or former doctoral advisor or someone who has mentored you professionally in informal ways. Anyone (students, faculty, administrators, etc.) can nominate but the nominees should have been scholars/faculty members at the time of mentoring. Nominations are due by June 30. Award recipient will be announced in late July.

 
 
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