This interactive workshop will provide context and background about the student experience, give practical tips on how to best support students and provide an opportunity to apply these practices in a learning environment.
Special attention will be given to acknowledging how student identity influences their experience and to approaches for supporting student mental health, generally and given the impact of COVID-19 on students and mentors. The last 30 minutes of the workshop is an optional format to discuss specific mentorship questions or concerns. Grubhub lunch will be provided.
Promising Practices for Effective Student Mentorship: Learn, Practice, Lunch
Friday, April 16, 2021
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The workshop is jointly presented by the New Faculty Advisory Council, Earth Systems Science for the Anthropocene and the Master Mentors Present: Mentorship Series for Faculty Success, Well-being and Impact, an initiative dedicated to providing faculty members entrepreneurial mindset (EM)-inspired mentorship and tools for professional impact and success.
For questions on the Promising Practices for Effective Student Mentorship: Learn, Practice, Lunch workshop, contact Layla Reitmeier, ASU Kern Grant Program Manager, Senior.