Thread: SCEC Workshop: Research Mentee Training - Harnessing Mentoring Relationships

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*SCEC Workshop: Research Mentee Training - Harnessing Mentoring
Relationships *



*Date:* September 9 & 10, 2021 (09:00-11:00 PDT each day)



Research mentoring is collaborative in that mentees and mentors engage as
partners through reciprocal activities such as planning, acting,
reflecting, questioning, and problem-solving. Successful mentoring
relationships are those in which mentees reach the individual milestones
that allow them to progress to the next stage along the trajectory of their
academic career.



This training is designed to support graduate students in developing the
skills needed to successfully navigate the research training environment.
Participants will learn how to proactively shape their mentoring
relationships and their work environments, better understand themselves and
their needs, and effectively carry out their relationships and climates to
ensure those needs are met.



In this evidence-based, interactive workshop, participants will explore
approaches and resources to advancing their practice in areas including:


- Aligning Expectations
- Addressing Equity and Inclusion
- Assessing Understanding
- Maintaining Effective Communication



While priority consideration will be given to graduate students, we
encourage any student interested in developing effective research mentoring
relationships to apply. For more information, see the workshop website:
https://www.scec.org/workshops/2021/mentee-training.



*Registrations Deadline:* Please register by September 7, 2021 (CLICK TO
REGISTER https://forms.gle/UcGCSqJCiAZh2M816). Space is limited to 24
participants!



Email Gabriela Noriega (gnoriega<at>scec.org) with any questions.



*This event is supported by SCEC’s Office of Experiential Learning and
Career Advancement, a focus area within the SCEC Communication, Education,
and Outreach program (CEO), in collaboration with Danielle Sumy (IRIS) and
Anika Knight (UNAVCO).*

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