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This workshop is dedicated to enhancing academic mentoring by emphasizing the unique needs and expectations of students, particularly those from diverse backgrounds. It aims to bridge the gap between faculty mentors and their students, helping faculty understand what students of diverse backgrounds want them to know about effective mentoring. In this workshop, we’ll explore the perspectives of students shedding light on their needs and preferences when it comes to mentorship. We’ll also discuss the challenges and constraints faculty members often face that hinder their ability to provide effective mentoring to these students. Faculty members will leave with practical strategies to foster inclusive, equitable, and effective mentoring relationships, ensuring that all students, regardless of their backgrounds, can thrive academically.


Date & Time

March 19, 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm


Event Details


National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)
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Event Category

Event Categories:
Professional Development Events


Online via Zoom


Online via Zoom