Mentoring for Career Development
New Course – Fall 2019: EDA6931
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