How to Use These Resources
Research shows that positive mentor-mentee relationships benefit graduate student success and well-being. Graduate students also benefit from multiple mentors and should create a mentorship network to guide them during graduate school. Rather than seeking comprehensive mentorship from one sole mentor, graduate students should create a collective of mentors to guide them on their various needs and goals. Resources for creating positive mentor relationships can be found below.
If you have questions regarding a resource below, please contact Elizabeth Sturdy, Director of Mentoring and Academic Success Initiatives.