Entering Mentoring Training is a 10-week curriculum based on the model: "Entering Mentoring: A Seminar to Train a New Generation of Scientists," by J. Handlesman et al. 2009, developed at the University of Wisconsin.
The goals of the mentoring training are to guide mentors to 1) understand “scientific teaching” and apply it in mentoring, 2) build relationship based on trust and respect with a mentee, 3) understand issues related to mentoring diverse students, and 4) build community with other mentors.
The seminar is designed for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in the sciences and uses a student-centered, integrative approach. The Spring 2019 EMT RSVP survey is open. If you are interested in participating please complete the survey by February 27th, 2019.