Becoming a Mentor: A Workshop for New (and Future) Research Mentors of Undergraduates

July 21, 2021, 12 - 1pm
July 21, 2021

Led by Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD, Associate Professor; Associate Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Diversity, Department of Medicine; Co-Director of Mentoring, CTSI; and Esam El-Fakahany, PhD, Professor, College of Pharmacy; Director of K-R01 Transition to Independence Program and Co-Director of Mentoring, CTSI

Participants will:

  • Differentiate between technical advising and mentoring
  • Define core roles (career-focused and psychosocial-focused) of effective research mentors
  • Prepare to engage in evidence-based mentoring practices to support undergraduate researchers

Zoom meeting information will be provided upon workshop registration. 

Workshop preparation

This workshop will build upon the concepts outlined in the self-paced, online training module, Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring 102: For Research Mentors of Undergraduate Students. Participants are asked to complete this module before participating in the July 21 workshop.

Register for Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring 102