Award-Winning Seminar Series: Sharing Mentoring Philosophies (Tera Jordan)

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Date/Time:Friday, 18 Sep 2020 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Location:Online only - view on your own via Zoom (registration information below)
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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All graduate faculty and other key stakeholders in graduate education are encouraged to take part in this three-part workshop series facilitated by Tera R. Jordan (Assistant Provost for Faculty Development and Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies). Register for each session individually.

Reflection, Retooling, and Renewal: A Three-part Series for Strengthening Your Ability to be a More Effective Graduate Student Mentor.
While it is desirable for participants to attend all three sessions, interested workshop participants should take part in each session as their schedules permit. We welcome you to invite other faculty colleagues who may benefit from this workshop series.

Workshop 2: Sharing Mentoring Philosophies: A Panel Discussion with Margaret Ellen White Award Winners and Graduate College Leaders
What similarities and differences arise in the mentoring philosophies and approaches of the Margaret Ellen White award winners? Award-winning graduate faculty and Graduate College Leaders will share their wisdom and best practices. Learning objectives will include:

o Reflecting on Workshop 1 learning objectives and key summary points
o Hearing from award-winning graduate faculty about their mentoring philosophies
o Crafting/revising your mentoring philosophy

Confirmed Panelists:
o Donald Beitz, Distinguished Professor, Animal Science
o Carolyn Cutrona, Associate Dean of the Graduate College & Professor of Psychology
o Ann-Marie Fiore, University Professor, Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management
o William Graves, Dean of the Graduate College & Professor of Horticulture
o Leslie Hogben, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Faculty Development & Professor of Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
o Daniel Nettleton, Laurence H. Baker Chair & Distinguished Professor, Genetics, Biological Statistics
o Steven Rodermel, Distinguished Professor, Genetics, Development & Cell Biology
o Mack Shelley, Chair and University Professor, Political Science

Workshop 1: Reflecting on One's Mentoring Experiences
Friday, September 11, 2020 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm online via Zoom

Workshop 3: Alignment, Trust, and Inclusiveness
Friday, September 25, 2020 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm online via Zoom

*About the Presenter*
Visit Tera Jordan's website.

*Register via Zoom to view on your own*
Use this Zoom registration form.

Need help with Zoom? If you need assistance connecting visit Zoom's Support website or Contact ISU's Solution Center at 515-294-4000.

If you would prefer to register through CELT:
Call CELT at 515-294-5357 / email & specify: event title, date, name, department & email

Questions? email or call 515-294-5357