Mentoring IT

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We have identified mentoring as being an important component of success and a particular challenge for some of our society members. We will therefore continue our successful mentorship program, open to all. A typical mentor/mentee pairing would be a faculty member or professional in industry mentoring a graduate student or postdoc, or a senior faculty or industry researcher mentoring a junior faculty or researcher. We would strongly encourage mentees to become also mentors currently or in the future. A mentor/mentee relationship will be a priori a two year one. A mentor will agree to communicating with his/her mentee roughly a few times per year to provide professional advice and feedback, e.g., by helping the mentee with proposal writing or by introducing him to potential collaborators. We are also having a yearly mentor/mentee social event at ISIT. The only requirement for our mentoring program is that a mentor/mentee should be part of the IEEE IT Society for the duration of the mentoring period.

Interested Mentees

同乐城娱乐 www.liuzhitangejiao.com Please tell us about your interests. Note that we cannot guarantee you a particular mentor and so we do not take requests for specific mentors.

Please sign up for the program at http://www.liuzhitangejiao.com/people/committees/outreach/mentoring/mentoring--program.

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Interested Mentors

Please tell us about your interests and tell us how may mentees you are willing to take.

Please sign up for the program at http://www.liuzhitangejiao.com/people/committees/outreach/mentoring/mentoring--program.

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Current Mentoring Relationships

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Resources on Mentoring

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University of Washington website for faculty on mentoring
graduate students:
http://www.grad.washington.edu/mentoring/faculty/

Collection?of pdf files on mentoring at
http://www.advance.cornell.edu/documents/Exemplary-Junior-Faculty-Mentoring-Programs.pdf


2004 Proceedings of a workshop on mentoring for
engineering academia (emphasis on women and minorities,
but 80% of the material is general). Considers
mentoring and being mentored as graduate students and junior
faculty.
http://paesmem.stanford.edu/proceedings.pdf
HTML excerpt
Best practices in mentoring
http://paesmem.stanford.edu/html/proceedings_6.html

Mentoring for Engineering Academia II
Proceedings of a 2007 workshop. Proceedings available in
pdf and html.
http://birs07.stanford.edu/html/proceedings_5.html

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Students are your legacy - article by Dave Patterson

Students are your legacy