GPS Faculty Workshop How Not to be Sued #1: Aligning Expectations

    Tuesday, January 23, 2024 at 12:30 PM until 1:30 PMCentral Standard Time UTC -06:00

    Cashion 502

    The quality of the mentorship relationship is one of the strongest predictors of doctoral student success.  The way that relationship begins can influence the trajectory of that relationship.  Problems between mentors and mentees often arise from misunderstandings of expectations and/or changing expectations over time.

    In this workshop, which is the first in a series of six, we will discuss how to establish mutually beneficial expectations and how to clearly communicate those expectations to mentees.

    Lunch will be provided.

    GPS (Graduate Pathways to Success) Faculty Workshops

    GPS (Graduate Pathways to Success) workshops support our graduate students and graduate faculty

    This workshop is the first in a series of six.  Workshop topics include:

    • Aligning Expectations Between PhD Mentors and Mentees
    • Assessing Understanding
    • Maintaining Effective Communication
    • Fostering Independence
    • Addressing Equity and Inclusion
    • Ethical Mentoring

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.