SMT Committee on Race and Ethnicity: Mentor Form
Thanks for your willingness to serve as a mentor in the Committee on Race and Ethnicity’s new Mentoring/Networking initiative! This program aims to nurture the work and careers of students and junior scholars who identify as under-represented racial or ethnic minorities in music theory. Below are some guidelines on mentoring for your information, and a short questionnaire to help us match you with a mentee.
SMT Policy on Mentoring:
*Note: the presence or lack of an institutional affiliation will not positively or negatively affect your standing in the mentoring/networking program—we are asking for this information solely for the purpose of making effective matches.*
Institutional Affiliation and/or Location
The Committee on Race and Ethnicity is focused on mentorship in two main areas: professional development, and research and intellectual development. Please indicate your interest in each of these areas by selecting one of the following options; a more detailed description of each area follows.
I am interested in mentoring professional development
I am interested in mentoring research and intellectual development
I am interested in mentoring either/both areas
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