CBCS Fall 2015 Research Forum - Your Role in Assisting Junior Colleagues: Is it Realistic to be a Super Mentor?
All of us have benefited as protégés from more experienced mentors to learn our teacher-investigator craft. Mentoring junior colleagues is valued for all faculty, regardless of your level. This opening Research Forum will focus on how to contribute to the mentoring process. This discussion targets post-docs through full professors.
We will talk about the joys and pitfalls of mentoring, why few qualify as "super mentors," and how to place appropriate boundaries and expectations around mentoring relationships. Please come, share and learn some great tips for mentoring so we can be more successful with our grants, teaching, publishing, and service.
Tuesday, September 29th
11:00am - 12:15pm