The Department of Historys Undergraduate Peer Mentoring Program is comprised of undergraduate students who excelled in their history survey courses and wish to help share what they learned in order to help their fellow students be successful in their history courses, too. The programs services are offered at no cost to students.. What the Peer Mentoring Program Does: The Peer Mentoring Program is a how-to group that focuses on the process of taking a history survey course (100 level courses). Here are some of the things you can learn in Peer Mentoring Program sessions:. ...
Abstract: Critical care nursing necessitates specialized knowledge and skill acquisition. Because of this, intensive care units have historically hired competent acute care nurses. Due to the current nursing shortage, critical care units are now hiring new graduate nurses. In light of this trend, one way to provide effective teaching to the tasks and critical thinking involved with ICU nursing is by assigning new graduate nurses a mentor. The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of mentees and mentors in a structured mentorship program. These perceptions were gleaned through a qualitative study using focus group methodology and a convenience sample of five mentees and six mentors. Results of this study revealed the following shared perceptions from the mentees and mentors: (1) availability, (2) sense of community, and (3) support and knowledge. Furthermore, this study supports mentorship programs as a means of professional development, education, and overall organizational ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A longitudinal study of mentor and protégé outcomes in formal mentoring relationships. AU - Chun, Jae Uk. AU - Sosik, John J.. AU - Yun, Nam Yi. PY - 2012/11. Y1 - 2012/11. N2 - This study examined relationships between mentoring functions offered and transformational leadership as a mentor outcome and affective well-being and organizational commitment as mutual outcomes for both mentors and protégés. For this examination, we conducted a longitudinal field study by using 111 matched reports from both mentors and protégés collected at three different points in time over seven months in nine Korean companies that administered a standardized formal mentoring program. Study results showed that mentoring functions assessed at Time2 were positively associated with mentors and protégés post-mentoring outcomes at Time3 after controlling for pre-mentoring initial levels of those outcomes at Time1. Study findings also revealed that relative effects of mentoring on the mentor and ...
RETECH Foundation would like to acknowledge the following mentors who recently signed up to the RETECH Foundation Mentorship Programme; Dr Aikohi Dibia, Mr Roland Ehigiamusoe, Mr Ufuoma Ebruke, Mrs Chinwe Onuchukwu, Mr Emeka Oti and Mr Jude Esangbedo. The Foundation is in the process of assigning them mentees who will benefit from their wealth of experience and expertise.. RETECH Foundation is grateful to all our mentors for their enthusiasm and dedication to our mentorship programme.. If you would like to be a mentor, click here and we will be in touch.. ...
The CREUS visual guide gives peer mentors a quick overview of the skills and tools required to be an effective peer mentor. The guides also present a number of scenarios or situations which may arise in a peer mentoring environment. These scenarios encourage the peer mentor to reflect on how they would handle each given scenario.. Although the content of the guide is connected to the modular learning programme the guides do not simply mirror the modules, rather, they are designed to help the peer mentor focus on the different stages of the mentoring journey and provide some key tools and techniques they can quickly embed or adapt for their practice each step of the way.. These guides can be used as a skills or knowledge refresh for peer mentors or as a tool to support preparation for the mentoring journey with a mentee.. ...
The response among students has been overwhelmingly positive and energetic, as the number of students signed up for the Mentorship Program exceeds the number of currently-available mentors. To bridge this gap, some mentors have taken on multiple mentees. Arteen Mnayan, a third-year student from Loyola Law School, stated that he signed up for the Mentorship Program because he wants to meet fellow Armenian-American students and attorneys in a more personalized setting. According to Arteen, Unlike other networking events, I felt like I could just be myself without having to put on a superficial, professional front. It was the most casual yet meaningful bar association program that Ive ever attended ...
Background: Despite increasing recognition that mentoring is essential early in medical careers, little is known about the prevalence of mentoring programs for medical students. We conducted this study to survey all medical schools in Germany regarding the prevalence of mentoring programs for medical students as well as the characteristics, goals and effectiveness of these programs. Methods: A definition of mentoring was established and program inclusion criteria were determined based on a review of the literature. The literature defined mentoring as a steady, long-lasting relationship designed to promote the mentees overall development. We developed a questionnaire to assess key characteristics of mentoring programs: the advocated mentoring model, the number of participating mentees and mentors, funding and staff, and characteristics of mentees and mentors (e. g., level of training). In addition, the survey characterized the mentee-mentor relationship regarding the frequency of meetings, forms ...
The LAUC-B Mentor Program serves the dual purpose of welcoming newly hired librarians and helping them succeed in the Berkeley environment. The Mentor Program will pair LAUC-B members with newly hired librarians, generally outside the members own departments. Mentors will advise new librarians especially on (but not limited to) preparing review documents and getting involved in LAUC-B. The program is not intended to replace other mentoring activities that focus on professional roles and responsibilities. The mentor is an experienced librarian with a minimum of five years professional experience at UC Berkeley. The mentor should have gone through the review process and have attained career status at UCB. Mentors and new librarians are generally paired for a period of two years, but the partnership could continue for three years if the new librarian is hired at a level with a review cycle of more than two years. New librarians interested in being mentored should contact Ian Knabe, Mentor Program ...
The dissertation is an initial investigation of a peer mentoring program in a suburban high school in the southeastern United States. Additionally, the Peer Mentoring Program (PMP) study examined whether the Program improves academic performance and attendance, and decreases referrals. Utilizing an experimental design, a Participant and a Nonparticipant group were compared based on archival summative data. The Participant group met with a 10th-12th grade assigned peer mentor, while the Nonparticipant group with equal group qualifications, did not. Quantitative analysis, resultant from an independent t-test and d effect size analysis for each inquiry, with further application of the Welch t test to the attendance data and the additional Mann-Whitney U test to the referrals data, provided interpretive results. Findings revealed the increased likelihood of the PMP to improve attendance. Findings further indicated the schools Peer Mentoring Program did not improve academic performance
CMEA State unveiled this Mentorship Program at the 2015 CASMEC and since then, we have had several successful pairings of mentees and mentors. The philosophy behind this program is to match mentors with mentees in an effort to discourage burn out while encouraging camaraderie and partnership in a supportive and confidential collaboration. The program is equally beneficial to any veteran teacher that has begun to teach a new class of which the curriculum or pedagogy is unfamiliar.. ...
Mentoring is a powerful personal and career development tool that can enable the mentee to achieve or exceed their lifes goals and aspirations. According to Merriam-Webster a mentor is a trusted counselor or guide. The knowledge and life experiences shared between the mentor and mentee is dependent on the mentees needs.. Mentors can develop leadership skills and gain a personal sense of satisfaction from knowing that theyve helped someone. Mentees can expand their knowledge and skills, gain valuable advice from a more experienced person, and build their professional networks.. As much as mentoring can be beneficial to the mentee, it can also be extremely beneficial to the mentor. We have already explained the term mentoring in our previous write up. We would be focusing on its benefits to the mentor in this write up. Below are some of the advantages a mentor stands to gain in a mentorship program:. Builds your Confidence. When an individual is given the opportunity to constantly lead a ...
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Youth mentoring programs are an increasingly popular intervention, and although successful mentoring relationships can promote a range of positive developmental outcomes, relationships that fail can lead to decrements in a youths functioning and self-esteem. The present research develops and validates a youth mentoring relationship quality inventory, based on data from a national evaluation of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs (N = 347 youth). This tool can be administered to adolescents who have been assigned mentors in order to assess the quality of the relationship as it is forming and to identify dyads that may need additional support before those relationships fail. Implications of such a tool for mentoring interventions and research are discussed. Editors Strategic Implications: Reliability and validity data are presented for a measure of youths perceptions of the quality of their mentoring
The entire program is aimed at maximizing the benefit to the Mentees, while minimizing the expectations and time requirements of the Mentors. When a Mentee is matched with a Mentor and confirms participation in the program, the entire Mentee application package will be sent to the Mentor for review. This will provide the Mentor with all information needed about the Mentee, including past industry experiences, current activities, goals, and other relevant information, so that the pair can start detailed goal-oriented conversations right away. Ideally, this will avoid the first two of six sessions being spent getting to know each other. In turn, the Mentee is expected to research their Mentor, knowing their history as much as possible prior to meeting, to avoid obvious questions. Mentees will meet with Mentors once per month for 60 minutes. Ideally, this meeting will be in person, however Skype meetings are possible, and phone calls will be used as a final resort. No less than 24 hours prior to ...
In other news, this year spARO and ARO both organized mentorship programs. With a total of 15 mentors, the spARO program fosters long-term one-to-one mentoring relationships, pairing a junior faculty member with a postdoc, a postdoc with a PhD student, or a PhD student with a potential PhD applicant. Six mentees were matched to mentors. The ARO program organized focus groups for drop-in mentoring, with around eight faculty mentors and forty mentees. Next year, the two mentoring programs will combine their effort to present a single, integrated mentoring program to facilitate organization, publicity, and participation.. Next year, spARO will organize the writing of a two-page, journalistic-style review of highlights at the 2013 ARO MidWinter Meeting to be published in JARO. Written entirely by trainees, this commentary will cover the themes and discussions of various symposia without disclosing unpublished data. It will voice a unique perspective of the exciting research presented at the 2013 ARO ...
After many conversations about mentor leadership, I now recognize informal mentor relationships that have helped me along the way. Mentor leaders have helped me both personally and professionally. Since January was National Mentoring Month, it is probably a good idea to explore it a little bit more. Many of us have been mentees - now it may be, time for us, to be mentors.. Who can be a mentor leader?. Sometimes, the best mentees turn out to be the best mentors. There are many characteristics of effective mentors you need to consider.. Are you committed to assisting in others growth and development?. Are you willing to share your expertise that has taken years to develop and introduce your mentee to relationships you have nurtured for a lifetime?. Have you acquired content knowledge and insight about the organizations norms and expectations, and fully understand the organizations culture, and can explain it in a way that benefits all?. Over time, have you focused on developing your emotional ...
Mentoring Program. The Mentoring Program offers a continued accompaniment for selected participants of the Summer School in eight pairings. Each pair will consist of a partner from Eastern Europe and one from Western Europe. They will be matched based on skills and topics they wish to work on; a common language between the matched partners is a requirement. The program runs from September 2014 to February 2016, and will be accompanied by the program coordinators.. The Mentoring Program is intended to offer an additional line of support to LGBT Christian leaders in Eastern Europe. The program will give the participants an opportunity to discuss questions of group dynamics and leadership, theology and faith, social pressure and activities to address public opinion, or anything else that is important to both partners in the pair. The type of relationship wanted is an accompanying one.. The Mentoring Program starts with an initial meeting in Samara the day after the Forum of Christian LGBT groups ...
The first meeting will probably last about an hour. After that each meeting will probably last 30 - 40 minutes. Meetings should take place around every six weeks. It is a good idea to define the end point either during the first or second meeting. The mentorship programme should not take longer than 6 months. Only if both the mentor and mentee agrees to continue their mentorship, they can arrange for a longer period of mentorship. ...
Lecture/discussions to train peer mentors for the biology majors introductory courses laboratory sections. Peer mentors laboratories are scheduled to coincide with a lab section for the course in which they are mentoring. Peer mentors assist the laboratory instructor in all phases of lab planning, set-up, and tear-down. In addition peer mentors become involved in laboratory instruction including explaining procedures, providing demonstrations, answering questions, and student evaluation. Peer mentors are encouraged to offer help during the scheduled lab period when first-year mentees inquire about class choices, studying, and other student issues. The peer mentoring program is a rewarding way to help first-year students become part of the university and community. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours independent study. You may take this course more than once for a maximum of 4.0 units. Credit/no credit grading. (021033) ...
Lecture/discussions to train peer mentors for the biology majors introductory courses laboratory sections. Peer mentors laboratories are scheduled to coincide with a lab section for the course in which they are mentoring. Peer mentors assist the laboratory instructor in all phases of lab planning, set-up, and tear-down. In addition peer mentors become involved in laboratory instruction including explaining procedures, providing demonstrations, answering questions, and student evaluation. Peer mentors are encouraged to offer help during the scheduled lab period when first-year mentees inquire about class choices, studying, and other student issues. The peer mentoring program is a rewarding way to help first-year students become part of the university and community. 1 hour lecture, 3 hours independent study. You may take this course more than once for a maximum of 4.0 units. Credit/no credit grading. (021033) ...
No matter how much training mentors are given before they embark on the mentoring journey, most mentors, understandably, will feel some anxiety when they meet their mentees for the first time.. The mentees might also test the commitment of the mentors during the early stages of the mentoring relationship, especially if the young person has had experiences of being let down by other adults in his or her life.. The key is for mentors to be non-judgmental and to enter the relationship with no expectations and no specific agenda. Its best for the mentors to place themselves in their mentees shoes and try to understand the world of these young people, allowing them to dictate the pace of the mentoring journey. The mentors, as adults, will need to drive the early stages of the relationship until it becomes clear that the mentee might want to suggest activities etc. Be patient and let the relationship develop over a period of time. Some relationships will have a quick connection, while others, often ...
ATHENS, GEORGIA. - Quienteze, a first grader at Barrow Elementary School, polished his manners and respect after a year of involvement in the Clarke County Mentor Program (CCMP). Before Quienteze entered the program, he struggled with following directions according to Caryn Demarest, his physical education teacher. Greg Waddell, Quientezes mentor, said his mentee has really grown into a vibrant young boy. For the protection of the child, the program has chosen to omit the last name of Quienteze. I know that he looks forward to his mentor being there. We have a bond thats developed. I wouldnt say needs that or longs for that, but he expects me to be there on Fridays. Im just as excited to be there as he is, Waddell said.. Every semester, University of Georgia students along with other members of the community train to enter the program and partner with a mentee at a local elementary, middle, or high school. Mentees from 21 different Clarke County schools request their mentor to meet them ...
Mentor sentences are the perfect way to teach grammar and authors craft through examples of excellent sentences from your favorite read-aloud books! Mentor Sentences with Math Mentor Texts? You bet! There are ten sets of mentor sentences from ten of your favorite math mentor texts, along with a math interactive activity for every book, too! You will be able to use it whenever you teach that math skill, or even as a review after youve taught it. This unit does not include explicit directions of how to implement mentor sentences in your room- these directions are in the Volume 1, FIRST Ten Weeks: Mentor Sentence Unit, Volume 2, FIRST Ten Weeks: Mentor Sentence Unit, or Volume 3, FIRST Ten Weeks: Mentor Sentence Unit products for sale.. Try ONE WEEK FREE!. Not familiar with mentor sentences? Read all about them here!. **Watch a video of Mentor Sentences in ACTION!**. ...
Mentorship can fast track new advisors on their path to becoming valuable and successful employees. Here we explain how and why you should implement your own mentorship program.
Mentors will be conducting their one-on-one meetings with their new mentees in August of 2021. The 2021-2022 Titus 2 Season runs September 2021 through early June 2022.. If you have specific questions about the Titus 2 Mentoring Program, please email Debbie Fritz.. Each year the Titus 2 Ministry invites women of all ages to attend an Informational Meeting in late April or early May to share specifics about registering as a Mentor or Mentee. Online applications are accepted for Mentors through late June and Mentees through late July. Each Mentor has a scheduled interview in July with Titus 2 Directors. Mentees are placed with their Mentors in August. The once a month meetings start in September, with a retreat in October and the final meeting in May.. Information Meeting video. Information sheet on Hebrons Titus 2 Ministry.. Titus 2 Mentor Application. Titus 2 Mentee Application. Titus 2 overview video. Titus 2 detailed video. ...
Attention first and second-years: IBM has launched a new Consulting by Degrees Early Identification Mentorship Program just for you! This is a yearlong program that includes one-on-one career coaching, networking opportunities, and access to private informational sessions. The majority of this program is conducted online and only involves a time commitment of one hour per
The Dance Peer Mentorship Program at Harvard Dance Center pairs 1st-year students with 3rd and 4th-year students for peer exchange.
GPs who have developed problem-solving innovations to improve primary care of general practice have joined RCGP Innovators Mentorship Programme
Have you design the mentoring program and its ready for launch? Now its time to making an announcement to attract employees to mentorship programs. But how do you spread the word in such a way that it attracts the right mentors and mentees and also meet the outcome thats expected of it? After developing the…
January is National Mentoring Month, which means theres no better time to become a mentor for someone in the Fairfax area. If youve always wanted to volunteer to become a mentor, here are some great places in need of supportive mentors.. Fairfax County Public Schools. Inspire children in the area by volunteering to become a mentor through the FCPS MentorWorks program. You can volunteer in a mentoring team of 10 volunteers to mentor 10 or more students from August/September to June. Mentoring takes place a minimum of 30 minutes per week on weekdays during the school day throughout the school year.. BeFriend-A-Child Program. For more than 40 years, this local organization has partnered local children who have been abused or neglected with professionally supported, caring adult mentors. If you become a mentor, youll take your mentee ice skating, hiking, to annual parties and to local celebrations in the Fairfax area. Youll receive the proper training and preparation before being partnered with ...
The mentors program is a parent volunteer based organization that strives to help students achieve their goals. The mentors program was established in 2010 and has been providing junior and senior students with the chance to receive more help with their post secondary plans. Mentors are assigned about ten students each year. They first meet...
Students involved in the GBIT Mentor Program develop an awareness of business and career opportunities. Through their relationships with mentors, students build self-esteem and social/professional behaviors. Each participant develops more enthusiasm for school, improved academic performance, and enhanced communication skills. Our Mentor Program also helps students see the connection between post secondary education and training and the real world. ...
SUMMA mentoring pairs enjoy sponsored events, such as, Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Nets, Islanders and Rangers games, concerts, group dinners, holiday parties, softball in Central Park, ice skating, bowling, participation in educational and college-prep programs and community service events. Together pairs plan activities intended to help enhance the students academic performance and college preparation as well as explore and enjoy the city!. Both mentors and mentees undergo an application process in conjunction with the NYC DOE. For the mentees, this application process fosters an understanding of a commitment on their end to be an active participant and to be open to seeking help from a respected mentor who has dedicated their time to guide them in any way they can. Mentor applicants must attend a NYC Department of Education approved training session that we run and at which time they are requested to submit their fingerprints. They must also provide three personal references, that are verified by ...
I know because Im a mentor for these myself.. We are still in need of mentors in WA, especially experienced editors in the areas of business and science. Could you be one of those? Give it a try - you could find it quite enjoyable.. Mentees pay the small sum of $250.00 for approximately six sessions, although the time taken and number of sessions can vary depending on the subject and the time available to both parties. Mentors are paid a slightly smaller sum than the amount the program receives from the mentee ($200.00). If you are interested in becoming a mentor or a mentee, or if you just want to know more, do please contact me at [email protected] Michèle Drouart is the WA coordinator for IPEds Mentoring Program.. ...
Downloadable! This paper presents evidence from a natural-experiment which evaluates the effectiveness of a student mentoring program. The mentoring includes several compulsory, scheduled, faceto- face appointments between a mentor and a student in the first study year. All mentors are graduated and employed by the institution. For the evaluation, I use the fact that the mentoring is only offered to students in an economics and management program, whereas it is not offered to students in an industrial engineering program. However, students in both programs take the same classes and write the same exams in their first study year. I find that the mentoring program significantly decreases the failure rates in the first semester exams.
Mentoring has played a role in a couple of different ways. First, as a mentee, I cant say that I had a lot of formal mentoring relationships, but I have tried to learn something from a lot of different people, whether thats good or bad, positive or negative. I always try to be cognizant of other folks and how they led, how that impacted me, how it impacted others and learn from them.. As a mentor, Ive learned and played a very important role in life and thats why Ive continued to be a mentor, because I re-remember, (I know thats not correct English, but when you get old like I am, you forget a lot of things). Its usually when Im in a mentoring relationship, I remember to ask more than tell. I remember questions to engage. I challenged more verses, giving my opinion. I remember those things when I talk to my team and the folks that work with me, and so Im better with them when Im in a mentoring relationship. Mentoring has played a key role in helping me stay engaged (which I love). It ...
Breast cancer survivors Bridgette Correale and Diane Harrington-Bowers agree that unless youve been there, its hard to understand the impact that a cancer diagnosis will have, which is why both Bridgette and Diane jumped at the chance to be peer mentors in a program that would allow them to help newly diagnosed women who were facing treatment decisions.. I knew that every time I went to the doctors office I was so uptight, Bridgette says. I knew I had to help people. I thought, As soon as I get myself feeling mentally and physically well, I have to do something. Bridgettes doctor provided her with the opportunity when she asked Bridgette if she would like to participate in the Voices of MammoSite program, which matches newly diagnosed women considering MammoSite targeted radiation therapy with a network of peer mentors. Because Bridgette had had such a positive experience with the five-day targeted treatment, which she underwent directly after the lumpectomy to remove a 0.9 cm tumor from ...
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Along with womens active participation in the labour market, mentoring, which is deemed as a useful tool for career development for women, has been paid considerable attention. Under the context, this study identifies the underlying structure and dynamics surrounding mentorng relationships in governmental organizations, through a gender perspective. Based on the survey with 630 public officials, this study seeks to find possible answers to the following questions; In what ways are mentoring relationships for women in public organizations structured Whether do mentoring relationships appropriately work for womens career development, as much as expected What are obstacles that prevent female officials from mentoring relationships Are there gender differences in the barriers to mentoring relationships What are their implications for gender equality as well as career development for female officials Quantitative findings reveal somewhat contradictory reality. That is, while female officials highly ...
The Harvard Business Review, in an article titled CEOs Need Mentors Too, did a two-year study and found that dozens of executives were getting counsel and feedback from high-profile veteran leaders from outside their own companies. The burden of making business decisions at a very senior level does not need to be made alone. While the buck may stop with you, good ideas and counsel can come from anywhere and should be tapped into, especially since chief executives today are lasting an average of only 7.6 years in their role, down from 9.5 years in 1995.. Related: 3 Steps for a Mentorship Program That Works Companies that invest the time and resources to formalize and implement mentorship programs have a real opportunity to dramatically improve their corporate culture, recruiting efforts and, ultimately, their profits. ...
Purchase Now: Member price FREE I Non-Member price $38. Presenter: Jena Chang. The word mentor or mentee has different meanings to many. Some people have been mentors or mentees themselves through an informal or formal program or relationship. Others would love to have a mentor or would like to mentor others. Some may feel they do not know enough about what a mentor/mentee relationship really involves.. In this first of a series of Q&A sessions around mentoring, Osteopathy Australia Learning and Development lead, Peter Tzanis, will interview Jena Chang, an experienced and passionate osteopath who has worked in several clinics around Melbourne. Jena will provide a mentees perspective on what mentoring is, why it is important and what needs to be included for it to be successful. As well as undertaking a formal mentoring program herself, Jenas journey from a graduate to now senior osteopath provides the perfect case study to share with the profession.. What is Jenas experience with ...
Choosing a research mentor is an important step in ensuring a positive research experience. Because of this, it is important that you do your homework. You want to not only identify a topic that interests you, but also a research mentor who is right for you.. Who can be a research mentor?. A research mentor is often a faculty member, like a professor or librarian, but can also be a graduate student or post-doctoral researcher, particularly if you join a research opportunity and are assigned or choose to work on a project they are leading. A mentors responsibility is to provide you with training so that you can hone your intellectual curiosity and develop into an independent researcher. A mentor will usually share their experiences with you and provide you with advice on your college career and future goals.. The kind of working relationship you have with your mentor will depend on their mentorship style. Some mentors take a hands-on approach; they offer instructions and training, make ...
Were extremely excited to announce that we here at TED Translators recently launched the TED Translators Mentor program, a dynamic initiative that pairs new volunteers with experienced Language Coordinators and reviewers in order to optimize new translators work. The program is hosted on a platform where mentees can connect with mentors to collaborate and refine…
Eventbrite - Faculty of Health & Society, The University of Northampton presents KGH: Sign off Mentor Training and Nursing and midwifery mentor update workshops, Faculty of Health & Society, University of Northampton. Venue: Kettering General Hospital. - Wednesday, 7 February 2018 at Kettering General Hospital, Kettering, Northamptonshire. Find event and ticket information.
Joseph Abrams, Alexander Youman, 2015, Transmission electron microscopy on complex oxides. Yasuo Ito. Lauren Elder, 2015, ATLAS experiment at CERN, faculty mentor: Jahred Adelman.. Tyler Stringer, 2014-2015, Coherent X-ray studies, faculty mentor: Larry Lurio.. Josh Stevens, 2014-2015, Monte Carlo simulation of phopholipid bilayer thermodynamics, Faculty mentor: Larry Lurio.. Ryan Churchill-Derose, 2014-2015, X-ray measurements of phospholipid bilayers, faculty mentor: Larry Lurio.. Garrett Wise, 2015, Transmission electron microscopy on nanoparticles: Yasuo Ito. Tylor Thomposon, 2015, Transmission electron microscopy on complex oxides: Yasuo Ito, Bogdan Dabrowski. Alason Peisker, 2014-2015, Mu2E experiment at Fermilab, faculty mentor: David Hedin.. Steven Boi, 2012-2013, proton tomopgraphy, faculty mentor: David Hedin.. Jacob Kalnins, 2013-2014, proton tomography, faculty mentor: Vishnu Zutshi.. Steven Boi, 2013-2015, Mu2E experiment at Fermilab, faculty mentor: David Hedin.. Octavio ...
In this series of lunchtime workshops for graduate students and postdocs offered by CIRTL at Cornell, you will develop essential research mentoring skills, particularly in disciplines where research is conducted collaboratively in a laboratory or field setting. Effective mentoring of students is a key skill influencing everything from research productivity to personal satisfaction. Learn best practices for mentoring undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers, and develop planning and communication skills needed to lead a research team.. All sessions will be practical in nature and feature short pre-readings or videos, case studies or discussion with panelists, and self-assessments to help identify your strengths and desired areas for improvement.. Interested participants should apply prior to the start of the series with the expectation of attending all workshops. Program completion certificates will be provided for fully participating in at least 4 of 5 sessions.. All sessions are on ...
is an award-winning* 4 month online course, hosted live a couple of times a year, that will give you the tools to nurture, mentor and hold a space for young people with support around you. You will learn how to connect with teens and tweens on their level, craft workshops and courses that could change their lives and do it in a way that supports your needs, strengths and lifestyle. The business of running programs for youth will also be covered, ensuring that you can reach and support as many bright young people as you want to, in a variety of formats (including online). You will gain the knowledge and tools to work with teens, mentor them and run successful, heart-centred workshops for them based on your strengths and passions. *Winner Best Program of the Year at the Beautiful You Coaching Awards, April 2017. Hundreds of people from all over the world, including Nigeria, China, Ireland, UK, France, Belgium, USA, Canada, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Oman, Tanzania, Vietnam, ...
Sustaining a relationship with your mentee can become an easy task if these simple yet powerful points are kept in mind:. -Encourage your mentee to initiate conversations about progress and development from time-to-time.. -Plan your activities well in advance and keep a written document of the same so that both the parties are aware of the parameters.. -Change the style of meetings once in a while to break the monotony and try out meetings through phone, e-mail or video conferencing.. -Ensure that your mentee is aware of confidentiality which encourages transparency in communication and also motivates him/her to be honest.. -Encourage your mentee to regularly revise goal statements and long-term plans so that they feel purposeful.. -Making your expectations clear from the start will also be beneficial to your mentees as they will know what to expect and how to go forward with it ...
Purpose:. To evaluate the effects of online based mentoring program on the blood glucose and satisfaction score in type 1 diabetes patients. Peer group mentoring will be as effective as guidance by the doctors.. Methods:. 80 type 1 patients will be randomly divided into two groups (e.g. mentoring program group and control group). All patients will receive routine check up and blood test for ordinary type 1 patients. In addition, program group patients should register their SMBG, exercise, food intake and insulin dose on the website designed for this study and receive advices of mentors from peer group. Every patient will submit questionnaire on the first day of the study and the last day(after 12 weeks) of the study. ...
I have been involved in mentoring for almost 15 years. I was inspired early in my career by all of my mentors and the impact that they had on my growth. To this day, I rely on the things I learned from them and will forever grateful for their investment in me.. One mentor in particular made me promise that when I was in a position to make a difference, that I would pay it forward to invest in others. So here I am, in the midst of mentoring relationships 87, 88, 89 and 90 working hard to live up to his expectations.. A few years ago, it dawned on me that this was also a great opportunity to help bring more diversity to leadership within finance and more broadly within business. I started to think about the choices I had made in terms of the mentoring relationships that I pursued. Suffice to say that for whatever reason, I had not mentored many emerging female leaders in my first 20-30 mentoring relationships and I didnt know why.. Fast forward to today - I am pretty direct with those ...
Intervention by peer mentors has a statistically significant effect on improving glucose control in African American veterans with diabetes, says a Medical News Today article based on study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion. In the study, 118 African American veterans aged 50 to 70 years old with persistently poor diabetes control were randomly assigned to 3 groups-usual care, peer mentoring, and financial incentives. Patients receiving usual care were notified of their starting levels and recommended goals for HbA1c. Those in the mentor group were assigned mentors, matched by age and sex, who previously had poor glycemic control but now had good control. Mentors participated in hour-long 1-on-1 training, including motivational interviewing techniques, and were informed that they would receive $20 per month if the patient confirmed that they had spoken at least once a week. Patients in the financial incentive ...