Award for Excellence in Mentorship Recipients

The ASECS Graduate Student Caucus Excellence in Mentorship Award was established by the Society’s Executive Board to honor faculty who have taught, led, and motivated their students in the study of the long eighteenth century. Winners of the award are notable for their commitment to students’ short- and long-term goals; effectiveness in helping students to navigate graduate school coursework and requirements; ability to guide and inspire students in the exchange of ideas, research and writing; and success in seeking and securing opportunities for mentees such as conference presentations, publications, fellowships, and/or grant awards.

2019
Jennifer Airey, University of Tulsa


2018 (Not Awarded)


2017 
Dennis Moore, Florida State University


2016 
Mark Vareschi, University of Wisconsin, Madison


2015 
Helen Deutsch, University of California, Los Angeles


2014 
Wolfram Schmidgen, Washington University of St. Louis


2013 
Marion Rust, University of Kentucky


2012 
James Engell, Harvard University


2011 
Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Northeastern University


2010 
O M Brack, Jr., University of Arizona


2009 
Katherine Arens, University of Texas at Austin


2008 
Felicity Nussbaum, University of California, Los Angeles