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Designing a New Way Through Mentoring

By: FTE Leaders
November 30, 2021

For decades, he has been an exemplar of mentoring and support for future generations of scholars of color.

FTE is proud to announce Dr. Tat-siong Benny Liew as the recipient of the 2021 Excellence in Mentoring Award.

Established by FTE in 2017, the Excellence in Mentoring Award recognizes mentors in FTE’s doctoral community who demonstrate a sustained commitment to the advancement of scholars of color through integrative mentorship practices. Each year we seek nominations from within our network who demonstrate mentoring excellence through:

  • A sustained investment in mentoring scholars of color
  • A holistic approach to mentoring scholars of color
  • Mentoring students and peers in the academy and broader community

“Dr. Liew is that rare combination of scholar, mentor, administrator, dreamer, and pragmatist,” said FTE’s Senior Director of Learning Design Dr. Patrick B. Reyes. “He has endured what our field and discipline is, and created conditions for future generations of scholars and administrators so they do not have to endure, but rather, thrive in their work.”

In addition to mentoring rising scholars of color, Dr. Liew is the chair of the Society of Biblical Literature’s Council and serves as the series editor of T&T Clark’s Study Guides to the New Testament. He is also the author of Politics of Parousia (1999) and What Is Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics? (2008).

This is the fifth Excellence in Mentoring Award. Past awardees include:

  • Dr. Kwok Pui Lan (2017)
  • Dr. Dale P Andrews (2018)
  • Dr. Elizabeth Conde Frazier (2019)
  • Dr. AnneMarie Mingo(2020)

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