Weill Cornell CTSC Hosts “How to Find an Effective Mentor” Event for Researchers, Tuesday, October 14, 2014

THE WEILL CORNELL CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER

Presents

FINDING AND NAVIGATING MENTORING: HOW TO FIND AN EFFECTIVE MENTOR

Participants will learn how to find effective research mentors through presentations and interactive activities. Guest speakers, Joan M. Lakoski, PhD, and Robert J. Milner, PhD, will be available for one-on-one consultation after the presentations. Mentees at all levels are welcome to attend.

The presentation and discussion will cover:

  • Finding a mentor
  • Finding mentors outside of your institution
  • How to work with a mentor
  • How to be an effective mentee and what is an effective mentor?

 

Tuesday October 14, 2014
9am to 12pm – presentations and interactive activities
12pm to 1pm – one-on-one consultations
The Griffis Faculty Club
Located at 1300 York Avenue

 

Joan M. Lakoski, PhD
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Science Education Outreach, Health Sciences, Professor of Pharmacology & Chemical Biology, Professor in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Robert J.Milner, PhD
Associate Vice Provost for Professional Development, Professor of Neurology
University of Massachusetts Medical School

 

Advanced registration is required

Please RSVP to ctsc_k30@med.cornell.edu

by Friday October 10, 2014

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