Attend Mentorship360 Workshop on student mentorship in research, April 24


The M360 Faculty Mentorship Program is happy to announce the third of our spring workshop series on effective mentoring. We are offering a series of workshops this semester, each focused on a different aspect of effective mentoring, and for our third workshop, we’re excited to welcome Mayra Artiles, a faculty member in The Polytechnic School, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Artiles will share with us her expertise in student advising practices. 

This workshop is designed for faculty members and graduate students who want to enhance their research mentorship skills, with a specific focus on guiding graduate and undergraduate students in various capacities, including research labs and as teaching or research assistants.

Effective Practices for Student Mentorship in Research
Wednesday, April 24, 2024
2–4 p.m.
College Avenue Commons (CAVC) 301 – The Idea Lab, Tempe campus [map]
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About Mayra Artiles: She is an assistant professor in The Polytechnic School. Her research expertise includes doctoral engineering programs, the experiences of minoritized students in doctoral engineering programs, and doctoral advising relationships

M360 Faculty Mentorship program – ASU Engineering Faculty Hub

The M360 program provides ASU Engineering faculty with support to positively impact their productivity, well-being, and sense of belonging.