The CareerLAB has honored six Brown faculty for their work in advising students about their careers, life goals and plans after Brown.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — The Center for Careers and Life After Brown (CareerLAB) has announced the recipients of its Faculty Advising Awards for the 2014-15 academic year.

Five faculty were chosen to receive the Comfort and Urry Prize, which recognizes faculty members who have been especially helpful to students in shaping their life goals and plans after Brown.

This year's recipients are:

  • Theresa Devine, lecturer in public policy;
  • Dawn King, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies;
  • Jonathan Readey, lecturer in English;
  • Melissa Clark, professor of epidemiology and obstetrics and gynecology;
  • Joseph Michael Pucci, professor of comparative literature and classics.

Additionally, Ian Wong, assistant professor of engineering, was selected to receive the Nathalie Rutherfurd Pierrepont ’07 prize in recognition of his dedicated advising for students on all aspects of their career search, even in fields outside his department. According to the award citation, “His guidance and mentorship inspired students and changed their lives. Moreover, Professor Wong’s passion for teaching and scholarship is an example that students entering any profession should follow.”