Mentoring and Graduate Student Success (GS 716.02)
J. Alan Kendrick, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Development, and Melissa Bostrom, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Professional Development
How can you establish supportive mentoring relationships? What is the role of good mentoring in your success as a graduate student? Join in the conversation in this interactive workshop. The goal of the session is to empower members of the graduate student community to become partners in the mentoring process, making it a deeply rooted part of the Duke experience. Facilitators include Dr. Alan Kendrick, Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Development, and Dr. Melissa Bostrom, Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Professional Development.
Participation in this workshop earns 2 hours of RCR credit for Graduate School students. Note that you will not receive credit if you arrive for this event late or sign off early. For questions regarding RCR credit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is part of The Graduate School's Professional Development Series. Questions? Contact The Graduate School's professional development team at email@example.com.
Registration for this workshop is at capacity, but interested students can add their name to the waitlist; they will be contacted should space become available.
Communication, Core Competencies, Professional Development, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), Self Awareness, Teaching and Mentoring