Michael Marsiske, Ph.D., recipient of 2012-2013 Doctoral Dissertation Advisor/Mentoring Award

Published: February 26th, 2013

Category: Faculty

Michael Marsiske Ph.D., is one of five UF faculty members recognized with a Doctoral Mentoring Award for 2012-2013. He joins past award winners from our department including Michael Robinson, Ph.D. (2011-2012), Russell M. Bauer Ph.D. ABPP (2003-2004).

The UF Graduate School’s annual Doctoral Mentoring Award encourages and rewards excellence, innovation and effectiveness in mentoring doctoral and Master of Fine Arts students through their final dissertation or fine arts thesis project. Nominations for the award come from current graduate students, graduate alumni, faculty members, graduate coordinators, department chairs, school directors, college deans and higher-level administrators. Each year, five faculty members receive the award. Current and past winners of this mentoring award may be found at http://graduateschool.ufl.edu/academics/doctoral-mentoring-awards/. There, you will also be able to read their statements about their approach to mentoring of doctoral and Master of Fine Arts students, and the theory and methodology behind their successes.