Establishing a Mentoring Network
S110 Memorial Union
Laura A. Page, Ph.D.
Director of Professional Development & Leadership, Office of Graduate Studies
205 Jesse Hall
Rather than looking only to individual mentors for advice, establishing a mentoring network can be beneficial in all stages of one’s career. In addition to advisers, faculty, and peers, graduate students can begin taking intentional steps to build relationships across disciplines, across campus, within professional associations, and beyond.
Presented by Dr. Jill Wood, Director of Academic Affairs, University of Missouri System