Becoming a Mentor: A Workshop for New (and Future) Research Mentors of Undergraduates
(This event was rescheduled from an earlier date)
Led by Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD, Associate Professor; Associate Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Diversity, Department of Medicine; Co-Director of Mentoring, CTSI; and Esam El-Fakahany, PhD, Professor, College of Pharmacy; Director of K-R01 Transition to Independence Program and Co-Director of Mentoring, CTSI
- Differentiate between technical advising and mentoring
- Define core roles (career-focused and psychosocial-focused) of effective research mentors
- Prepare to engage in evidence-based mentoring practices to support undergraduate researchers
Zoom meeting information will be provided upon workshop registration.
This workshop will build upon the concepts outlined in the self-paced, online training module, Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring 102: For Research Mentors of Undergraduate Students. Participants are asked to complete this module before participating in the July 21 workshop.
This seminar is part of an ongoing seminar series by CTSI that offers learning opportunities for faculty, staff, trainees, and students on a variety of research-related topics.