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Event Detail Information

Event Detail Information

Date Jan 15, 2014
Time 8:15 am - 1:00 pm  
Location Illini Union, Illini Rooms A/B
Sponsor The Graduate College
Contact Susan Gordon
Phone 333-4610
Event type Workshop
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This year’s workshop is intended to explore models of mentoring that don’t rely on simply replicating one’s own choices, assumptions, and career paths.  Faculty mentors and graduate students often differ in significant, sometimes unacknowledged, ways.  These differences might include, for instance, disciplinary background; language and culture; potential career trajectories; identity (such as race, ethnicity, gender, ability, or sexual orientation); economic background; as well as other differences.  A panel of experienced faculty mentors will discuss how they negotiate differences within successful mentoring relationships. Participants will then have the opportunity to discuss when and how differences matter in their mentoring practices; strategies for productively navigating differences (and similarities) in mentoring relationships; and whether and how alternative mentoring structures might be useful for faculty and graduate students.

Free to all University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign faculty. Lunch will be provided.

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