Maximize Your Mentoring Relationships in Graduate School
Presented by Linda Searby, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, Educational Leadership, School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education, UF College of Education
Every graduate student has a mentor – self-selected, assigned, or both. Mentoring is a relationship, and you need to be intentional in developing these relationships in graduate school to enhance your success now and in your future career. Dr. Linda Searby, mentoring researcher and practitioner, will share tips on how to develop a network of mentors for yourself, how to work harmoniously with your advisor/mentor, what your mentor wants in YOU, and what to reasonably expect from your mentor.
Friday, January 10, 2020, 12:00-1:00 pm, room C1-17
Presented by Jeremy A. Magruder Waisome, PhD, iAAMCS Project Manager, UF Dept. of Computer & Information Science & Engineering
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this seminar
Mentoring for Career Development (EDA 6931)
New Course – Fall 2019
This is a Special Topics course that is 3 graduate credits – face to face or fully online!
This is an elective course that is open to ANY graduate level student, any major, and staff!
Course Description: This course will be beneficial to those who are getting ready to launch a career, or
already working. Mentoring is for everyone! Learn how to set smart career goals, how to identify and seek the best mentor for yourself, be a mentor, and guide a mentoring program. You will develop greater self‐understanding as you prepare to be an eﬀective protégé and mentor.
For further information, contact: Dr. Linda Searby – email@example.com
Surviving Your Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Training Experiences
This document provides a framework for aligning the graduate student mentor-mentee relationship. It provides some guiding principles intended to support the development of a positive mentoring relationship between the pre-doctoral student and their research advisors. More Information
This document provides a framework for aligning the postdoctoral mentor-mentee relationship. It is intended to initiate discussions about the postdoctoral appointee-mentor relationship and the commitments necessary for a high quality postdoctoral training experience. More Information