|Cultivating Ethical Behavior: Supporting Graduate Student Mentees
Center for Faculty Excellence
- 1:30 PM
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Dean of Graduate School
Assistant Dean, Graduate Student Academic & Professional Development
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Among the many responsibilities of graduate student mentors is training them in best practices for ethical behavior in their disciplines. As part of an ongoing series of trainings for faculty who mentor graduate students, this session explores the ethical issues that mentors should address with their graduate students and strategies to both instruct graduate students on those issues and assess whether they have mastered those concepts. The session also focuses on the power differential between graduate students and their mentors, its potential impact on the nature of that mentoring relationship, and resulting ethical considerations.
The workshop is intended for faculty who mentor graduate students. Content is adapted from TEAM ADVANCE's Faculty Mentor Training and CIMER's Entering Mentoring. The ongoing series is a collaboration between The Graduate School, Center for Faculty Excellence, TEAM ADVANCE, and the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program (School of Medicine).