The IUPUI Graduate Mentoring Center, IUPUI Grad School, and the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) invite you to participate in Culturally Aware Mentor training to support your efforts in building future scientists.
The IUPUI Graduate Mentoring Center Outstanding Mentor Award is given to encourage and recognize outstanding mentoring of the graduate and professional students and identify best practices for graduate mentoring at IUPUI. Nominees must be current or retired graduate faculty at IUPUI and all nominations must be completed by February 15, 2019. The award will be presented April 10, 2019 during the Elite 50 celebration dinner.Nominate a mentor
January is the National Mentoring Month!! Check here to see links to helpful resources and articles about becoming the best mentor and mentee.
Building an effective relationship of mutual understanding and trust with the mentee is a critical component of effective mentoring. Mentors can establish rapport with their mentees by using effective interpersonal communication skills, actively building trust, and maintaining confidentiality. This document contains information and advice to help mentors build rapport and create positive relationships with mentees so both parties can achieve the greatest benefit from the mentoring experience.Building a Relationship with a Mentee
Mentoring sometimes does not get the recognition it deserves. The Nature award for creative mentoring in science was created to acknowledge and celebrate mentoring. A good mentor early in your career can make all the difference, no matter your area of study or career path. The following article includes references for how important mentoring is, highlights satisfaction for being a good mentor, and expresses how second-generation mentors are learning from their own mentors. This is a great resource for both mentors and mentees.Nature's Guide for Mentors