Faculty and Staff
Faculty may nominate students or faculty for the annual Graduate Awards ceremony. The nomination deadline is March 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Any questions regarding the nomination process can be directed to Angela Foss at email@example.com
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering invite you to nominate faculty for the Faculty Teaching and Mentoring Award, which recognizes the important and valuable contributions our faculty make to graduate education. Each school recognizes one faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding support of a graduate student (or graduate students) from course completion through research and post-degree placement.
We encourage you to solicit nominations for the Faculty Teaching and Mentoring award from graduate students and from faculty in your departments. Each graduate program is invited to nominate one individual for the award. The nomination should include a letter of nomination from the chair and/or graduate director of the program, and three letters of support from students (current and former) who have direct knowledge of the nominee’s mentoring and/or teaching. Please send your nomination and supporting materials, in one email with attachments, to Angela Foss at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Become a GIFT Mentor
The Graduate Institute for Teaching (GIFT) is a two-phase program designed to prepare Tufts doctoral students for an academic career in teaching at the university level. Faculty GIFT mentors co-teach courses with students in the second phase of the program.
Graduate Advising Topics and Expectations (GATE)
The Graduate Advising Topics and Expectations (GATE) worksheet provides a checklist of suggested points of discussion for graduate students and their advisors.