||Addressing Equity and Inclusion in Mentoring
||Tuesday 7/26/2022 01:00 PM
||Tuesday 7/26/2022 02:30 PM
||Zoom Link: https://tamu.zoom.us/j/91339090111?pwd=cFRGRTZFcTZnT0xOYk1KbVBNWUFSUT09
||Dr. Paul Hernandez, College of Education and Human Development, Dr. Rebecca Creasy, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Dr. Clint Patterson, Center for Teaching Excellence
||Center for Teaching Excellence
||Literature indicates faculty often are not trained for their crucial role of mentoring. At this session you will gain the knowledge, confidence, and skills needed for this important role. Using competencies developed by the Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER), this particular session will focus on the “assessing understanding” competency in mentoring.
Mentors will have the knowledge and skills to:
1. Improve and expand understanding of equity and inclusion and how diversity influences mentor-mentee interactions
2. Recognize the potential impact of conscious and unconscious assumptions, preconceptions, biases, and prejudices on the mentor-mentee relationship and reflect on how to manage them
3. Identify concrete strategies for learning about, recognizing, and addressing issues of equity and inclusion in order to engage in conversations about diversity with mentees and foster a sense of belonging
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