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The Office of the Provost, the Graduate College, and the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology are pleased to offer research mentor training to a limited number of STEM associate and full professors on December 12 and 13th from 1-5 pm. The eight-hour training was developed and validated through a randomized control trial by the National Research Mentor Training Network funded by NIH.  NRMN’s workshops are designed to help research mentors maximize the effectiveness of their mentoring relationships with graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and junior faculty.  

The training covers an array of topics, including equity and inclusion, articulating a mentoring philosophy and plan, and promoting mentee research self-efficacy.

Participation is free. To be considered, please complete a very short qualtrics application form by November 1, 2016. Please address any questions to Shelly Campo, Associate Professor of Community and Behavioral Health and Administrative Fellow in the Graduate College, 335-2136 or