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Jeanette Lynes awarded 2021 Outstanding Graduate Mentorship Award

Posted on 2021-02-16 in News, MFA in Writing News

Dr. Jeanette Lynes

Dr. Jeanette Lynes has been awarded the 2021 Outstanding Graduate Mentorship Award from the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. 

The Outstanding Graduate Mentorship Award aims to recognize USask's graduate faculty who have a reputation of being exceptional mentors. Outstanding mentors not only inspire their graduate students to be creative in their thinking, but also encourage their students to reach in new directions and to positively impact and influence the future. 

Dr. Lynes is the 8th recipient of this award from the College of Arts & Science, and the first from the Department of English since the inaugural award went to Peter Stoicheff in 2002.

We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Dr. Lynes on this fantastic achievement! 

 

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