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CGSF: Finding a Mentor

September 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Part 1 of CGSF Lunch and Learn mentorship series. Students are encouraged, but not required, to attend Effective Communication with Your Mentor on 10/10. The skills learned in this series build upon each other, and students will benefit most if taken as a series.
For graduate students, securing a faculty mentor is integral to their training, advancement, and success. This workshop offers participants the opportunity to acquire the necessary skills to recognize the critical aspects of a mentoring relationship, cultivate the capacity to excel under different mentoring styles and investigate the established conventions of mentoring within various academic disciplines.
Dr. Brian Rybarczyk, is the Associate Dean for Professional Development. He oversees implementation of professional, career development, and fellowship programs administered by The Graduate School. Dr. Rybarczyk develops and implements graduate funding policies and oversees the review processes for a dozen fellowships, awards, plus several grants, scholarships, and assistantships annually administered by The Graduate School, including the Royster Society of Fellows and Weiss Urban Livability Fellowship.  He is an active member of the Graduate Career Consortium, a professional organization that advances graduate and postdoctoral career and professional development.

Lunch will be provided, to register click here. 


September 26
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Graduate Student Center
211 W. Cameron Avenue
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 United States
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