Wed, Feb 2, 2022

4 PM – 5:30 PM EST (GMT-5)

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Multiple studies have shown that mentors and mentoring support play a critical role in a researcher’s personal and professional development. However, lab mentoring can be a challenging process. What pedagogical and mentoring strategies should we employ to support the mentee’s research journey? In this Advanced Teaching Workshop (ATW), we will discuss how to establish clear mentor-mentee expectations, support mentee career/research goals, and facilitate personal independence in the process of scientific thinking. Finally, we will discuss how inclusivity in mentorship can help to open the path to research for all scientists. This workshop is suitable for those with prior mentoring experience, as well as those who are new to mentoring. Please contact Roxanne Armfield (roxanne.armfield@yale.edu) or Malena Rice (malena.rice@yale.edu) with any questions or accessibility needs. This is a two part workshop, with meetings held on 2/2 and 2/9 from 4 to 5:30 PM.

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Wed, Feb 09, 2022
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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ATW: Mentoring in the Lab (2 of 2)

Multiple studies have shown that mentors and mentoring support play a critical role in a researcher’s personal and professional development. However, lab mentoring can be a challenging process. What pedagogical and mentoring strategies should we employ to support the mentee’s research journey? In this Advanced Teaching Workshop (ATW), we will discuss how to establish clear mentor-mentee expectations, support mentee career/research goals, and facilitate personal independence in the process of scientific thinking. Finally, we will discuss how inclusivity in mentorship can help to open the path to research for all scientists. This workshop is suitable for those with prior mentoring experience, as well as those who are new to mentoring. Please contact Roxanne Armfield (roxanne.armfield@yale.edu) or Malena Rice (malena.rice@yale.edu) with any questions or accessibility needs.

Wed, Feb 02, 2022
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Private Location (sign in to display)
ATW: Mentoring in the Lab (1 of 2)

Multiple studies have shown that mentors and mentoring support play a critical role in a researcher’s personal and professional development. However, lab mentoring can be a challenging process. What pedagogical and mentoring strategies should we employ to support the mentee’s research journey? In this Advanced Teaching Workshop (ATW), we will discuss how to establish clear mentor-mentee expectations, support mentee career/research goals, and facilitate personal independence in the process of scientific thinking. Finally, we will discuss how inclusivity in mentorship can help to open the path to research for all scientists. This workshop is suitable for those with prior mentoring experience, as well as those who are new to mentoring. Please contact Roxanne Armfield (roxanne.armfield@yale.edu) or Malena Rice (malena.rice@yale.edu) with any questions or accessibility needs. This is a two-part workshop; the second meeting will be held on 2/9.

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