Instructors: Mo Moreira and Debora Colbert
Dates: March 23 - April 27
Time: 10:00 – 11:30am
Location: TILT Classroom – 105
Research on student-faculty interactions outside of the classroom tell us how important these relationships can be to a student’s overall success in undergraduate education and beyond. Mentoring undergraduate students can take many forms, for example undergraduate research opportunities, service-learning experiences, or chatting during office hours. Come join us as we look at effective mentoring practices. Based on the “Entering Mentoring” Curriculum from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, by Pfund, Branchaw, & Handelsman, we will focus on seven key concepts of effective mentoring.
This course will run from 10:00-11:30 am. on Thursday Mornings for 6 weeks.