S.T.E.M.M.(S) Mentoring Education Program
Working in teams is core to most STEM careers. Your success as a team member relies on your skill at mentoring others on the team as well as finding mentors who will help you achieve your goals and grow your network.
STEMM(S) is a mentoring training and network series for STEM faculty, staff, postdocs, trainees and graduate students. The goal of the program is to strengthen the support provided to students, scholars and staff who work and study in our units. Our program is layered to focus on the type of mentoring best suited to scholars and staff at all levels: undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, staff and faculty.
Note: Currently, the STEMM(S) Mentoring Education Program is only available to participating units. If your unit or group is interested in joining the Winter cohort or you would like to observe a session, please contact the STEMM(S) team for more details. Also, sign up for our listserv and check our website regularly for updates.
S.T.E.M.M.(S) Session III
Mentoring and Leadership Lessons for Building A
Culture of Broad Access and Success
November 20 11:30-1:00pm Q & A after
Summary: In this presentation, Dr. Beronda Montgomery will explore effective means of cultivating mentoring as a place of collaborative learning and reciprocal cultivation that promotes the growth and success of all involved in the mentoring process. Additionally, she will discuss specific roles for leaders in cultivating mentoring cultures.