Wurtz recognized for outstanding advising and mentoring

By | April 26, 2016
Wurtz, center, with Olivia Wong, Liz Lemke, Maria Bitanga, and Jake Tanumihardjo
Rebecca Wurtz, center, with Olivia Wong, Liz Lemke, Maria Bitanga, and Jake Tanumihardjo

Rebecca Wurtz, associate professor and director of the MPH-PHAP program, received an Outstanding Advising & Mentoring Award from the University of Minnesota Professional Student Government. The award recognizes the best counselors, advisors and mentors in graduate professional education at the University of Minnesota.

Wurtz is one of four winners across the University of Minnesota professional schools. She was nominated by MPH-PHAP students Maria Bitanga, Elizabeth Lemke, Eli Mansfield, Katy Murray, Jake Tanumihardjo, and Olivia Wong.

The award is a partnership between Professional Student Government, the Council of Graduate Students, the Student Conflict Resolution Center, and the University of Minnesota.

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