Mentoring in Research

Constituency: Postdocs
Office: Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

This two-day workshop provides hands-on training to improve the mentoring skills of participants. We will shed light on your mentoring style, and provide feedback for how to interact with mentees and mentors of differing styles.  


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