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"Entering Mentoring" workshop offered at CTSC
Workshops and other mentoring resources available at UC Davis Graduate Studies
How to be a Great Mentor (14 min)
Tedx Talk by Kenneth Ortiz on the importance of mentorship and how to do it well.
Culturally Aware Mentorship Part 1 AND Part 2 (35 min)
Conversation (part 1) and resources (part 2) for increasing culture awareness in mentoring relationships, with a focus on common ways in which racism can manifest for a trainee. Developed by the National Research Mentoring Network.
Tips for Effective Conversations with Trainees (39 min)
Offered by the NIH OITE. Discusses best practices for communication with mentees.
Special Focus on Mentorship During the Pandemic
Maximizing Mentoring Relationships (1 hr 53 min)
Led by Sharon Milgram of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education, this workshop provides best practices in mentorship including topics such as setting expectations, stereotype threat, and imposter syndrome. Focus is on mentorship of undergraduates, however the information is relevant to all mentors.
Supporting the Mental Health and Wellness of Biomedical Trainees (1hr 8 min)
Led by Sharon Milgram of the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE), this panel discussion discusses ways the biomedical research community can support trainees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Supporting Yourself and Your Trainees During the Coronavirus Pandemic (1hr 23min)
Offers tips and tricks on how to manage stress and mentorship needs during Covid-19. Presented by the NIH OITE.
Culturally Aware Mentorship Under Stress (1 hr)
Offered by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences training community. The first half of the webinar reviews highlights from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on effective mentorship. The second half details resources on culturally aware mentorship for mentors and mentees with a particular focus on the challenge of mentoring during crises, such as COVID-19.