Mentoring Workshops

The University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Mentor Development Core periodically sponsors mentoring workshops. Please see below for details on upcoming events.

Mentor Development Core Fall 2012 Workshop

Mentors, coaches and the sociology of science: A new approach to the development of young scientists
October 17, 2012
Time: 12:15-1:30PM
Speaker: Dr. Richard McGee, Jr., PhD, Associate Dean for Faculty Recruitment & Professional Development, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Location: Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (1W-304)
Cost: FREE
Dr McGee is a biochemist by training who has mentored numerous graduate students, medical students and post-doctoral associates in the basic sciences before his current focus on mentoring and career development. Currently, his primary research and academic interests are in the development of young scientists. His work in this arena spans the continuum including: the 'basic science' of how undergraduate and PhD student fine tune career decision with a longitudinal study of 500 students; application and study of new coaching-based models to support early PhD students; use of group-based models to assist junior faculty develop as scientists; a randomized controlled trial of a totally different approach to fostering diversity in academia.
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Webcasts of past workshops are available in the CTSI Event Webcast section.


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