Congratulations to Chloe Garcia on earning the Mentorship Excellence Graduate Award from the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE). Chloe is the only PhD candidate from DISE to receive this award, which is given to recognize the contributions of one doctoral student and one master’s student who have demonstrated excellence as mentors in education.
Chloe is a PhD candidate in DISE and works on the IMPACTS Project as a research assistant and lead mentor. Her work as senior research assistant involves the creation of literature reviews, workshop facilitation, data management, and dissemination of findings through conference presentations and publications. To learn more about Chloe's work on the project, visit her biography.
Congratulations to Chloe on receiving the Mentorship Excellence Graduate Award!