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Topic: Mentoring Graduate Students
Date: Monday, March 5, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Lyceum, Room 200

Dr. Alan Gross (Psychology), Dr. Kelly Wilson (Psychology), and Dr. John Rimoldi (Medicinal Chemistry), all winners of UM’s Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentoring Award, will lead a discussion about promoting autonomy in graduate students. How can mentors, advisors, and faculty help graduate students move from initial stages of depending on others for information, ideas, etc. to thinking and problem-solving for themselves?

If you work with graduate students now or if you anticipate working with graduate students in the future, you should take this opportunity to share your experiences and learn from those of your colleagues. Please join us for coffee, tea, and a lively, informative chat on Monday, March 5, in Lyceum 200.

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