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FWA Awards Program

The ASU Faculty Women's Association is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 FWA Awards Program recognizing Outstanding Faculty Mentors and Distinguished Graduate Students.

Meet this year's recipients:

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Recipients 2021

A mark of a great leader is the support and guidance that they provide to others through mentorship.  The FWA Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award seeks to recognize faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding mentorship to students and/or to other faculty members, particularly women and other underrepresented groups. 

Here are the 2021 Recipients:

  • Natasha Behl, Associate Professor, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Allan Colbern, Assistant Professor, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Chandra Crudup, Associate Dean for Inclusive Design and Clinical Associate Professor, School of Social Work
  • Julia Inozemtseva, Lecturer, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
  • Benny LeMaster, Assistant Professor, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
  • Rebecca Logsdon Muenich, Assistant Professor, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
  • H.L.T. Quan, Associate Professor, School of Social Transformation
  • Ashley Randall, Associate Professor, CISA Counseling and Counseling Psychology
  • Amy Reesing, Senior Lecturer, The Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics
  • Andrea Richa, Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering
  • Sydney Schaefer, Assistant Professor, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
  • Cameron Thies, Professor, School of Politics and Global Studies
  • Mai Trinh, Assistant Professor, CISA Leadership and Integrative Studies
  • Yi Zheng, Associate Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and School of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences

This award seek to recognize Doctoral and Master’s degree candidates who have distinguished themselves through exceptional scholarship, research, creative activities, and noteworthy performance in leadership and service.  Although all accomplishments will be considered, priority will be given to activities performed while in attendance at ASU. 

Here are the 2021 Recipients

Doctoral Students

  • Rachel Levit Ades, Philosophy, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Sara Aly El Sayed, Sustainability, School of Sustainability
  • Sarah Curci, Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, The College
  • Anya Hommadova Lu, Communication, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
  • Areej Mawasi, Learning, Literacies and Technology, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
  • Melanie Reyes, Social Work, School of Social Work
  • Jennapher Lingo VanGilder, Biomedical Engineering, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
  • Annika Vannan, Neuroscience, School of Life Sciences

 Masters Students

  • Lily Baye-Wallace, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, School of Engineering Matter and Transport Energy,
  • Glory Bantan Mafor, Business Administration, WP Carey School of Business
  • Gabrielle Stanley, Auditory and Language Neuroscience, College of Health Solutions
  • Madison Sutton, Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Christine Williams, Organizational Leadership, CISA Leadership and Integrative Studies