Research Mentor Learning Communities (Fall 2024)

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Course Description

Delta’s Research Mentor Learning Communities are designed for graduate students and postdocs who are mentoring an undergraduate researcher or for whom mentoring may be an important part of their future career. They give you space to reflect and reinvigorate, as you receive concrete tools to support a successful mentor/mentee relationship.

Unless otherwise indicated, this discussion-based seminar can be taken for one credit or no credit (for-credit option requires that you have a mentee).

If your section of interest is waitlisted, please register anyway. We monitor the waitlist regularly to determine whether to open additional capacity.

Section 1 (in-person)

Days and times: Wednesdays, September 4-November 6
Times: 1:55-2:45 pm
Facilitator: Beth Meyerand
Location: Room 3001A, Wisconsin Institute for Medical Research (WIMR)

Register for Section 1 (in-person)

Section 2 (in-person)

Dates:  Tuesdays, September 10-November 12
Times: 9:55 -10:45 am
Facilitator: Andrew Greenberg
Location: Room 1164, Mechanical Engineering

Register for Section 2 (in-person)

Section 3 (online) 

Dates: Mondays, September 16-November 18 
Times: 
1:55-2:45 pm
Facilitator:
Eric Hooper
Location:
Zoom (link will be sent upon registration)

Register for Section 3 (online)

Section 4 (in-person) 

Dates:  Mondays, September 23-November 25
Times: 9:55-10:45 am
Facilitator: Jules Whitaker
Location:  Room 117, WISCIENCE, 445 Henry Mall

Register for Section 4 (in-person)

What do past participants say?

“One of the best classes I took in my PhD. It prepared me to work well with different types of mentees. I feel much more comfortable with mentoring and advising now.”

“Now I have better strategies regarding how to approach difficult conversations or use appropriate questions for the mentees.”

Questions?

Contact info@delta.wisc.edu

 

Offered in collaboration with WISCIENCE.

STEMM faculty/staff mentor training sections are available here through WISCIENCE.