Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Berkey Hall 118

Dr. Melissa McDaniels
Senior Advisor to the Dean for Research Mentoring at the Graduate School & Postdoctoral Office - Co-Director of the Master Facilitator Initiative at National Research Mentoring Network - Investigator at the Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research

Target Audience:
Graduate students, professional students, and postdocs

Developing a Robust and Sustainable Mentoring Network

In this workshop, graduate student and postdoctoral participants will be urged to think about the proactive roles they can play in ‘mentoring up’ – strategically and authentically negotiating their constellation of mentoring relationships. Using this lens, participants will be brought through a series of guided conversations and exercises to help them think about how they might ‘map’ their mentoring networks, anchored by professional competencies, to empower themselves to optimize all mentoring relationships. Proactive engagement does not discount the responsibilities of the mentor – it instead will help participants think about what they can do to get (and contribute) to professional relationships.

Registration is required. Registration period is 1/15/19 - 2/21/19, or until capacity has been reached.