Dr Gabriela Mangano awarded 2018 Outstanding Educator Award by the Association for Women Geoscientists

Posted on 2018-06-13 in News

The Outstanding Educator Award is awarded each year by the Association of Women Geoscientists to honor "well-established women college or university teachers who have played a significant role in the education and support of geoscientists within and beyond the classroom, in advancing the persistence of females and underrepresented minorities in geoscience careers, and in raising the profile of the geosciences by teaching to and for the broadest audience of students". In the case of Dr Mangano, the committee emphasizes her role in mentoring both graduate and undergraduate students, including First Nation and Refugee students.

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