“Selfless” professors recognized with Graduate Mentorship Awards
Published on April 11 2013
The high point of Robert Dimand’s week is the Wednesday graduate lecture he gives.
For Sid Segalowitz, one of the greatest perks of his job is working with graduate students.
The joy that both Dimand, a professor of economics, and Segalowitz, a psychology professor, get from their work and the passion they bring to their jobs hasn’t gone unnoticed by the graduate students they supervise.
On Wednesday, both men, along with Maureen Connolly, a physical education and kinesiology professor, were recognized for all they do for graduate students when they were each presented with a Graduate Mentorship Award on Wednesday during the Mapping the New Knowledges graduate research conference.