Dear MWPARC members,
This July, Dr. David Muñoz of the PARC Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Task Team (DEITT) is putting on a virtual mentoring workshop that focuses on critical and inclusive mentoring techniques.
Mentorship is traditionally defined as the unidirectional passing down of skills and knowledge from mentor to mentee. While often helpful, traditional mentoring can also reinforce detrimental power dynamics or encourage conformity, stifling individuality and creativity.
In this training, we will learn how inclusive and critical mentoring frameworks change this paradigm to a holistic, mentee-centered approach. You will leave with perspectives to help guide yourself and those who you mentor.
This interactive workshop is for all PARC members interested in improving their mentoring skills, especially those interested in serving as mentors for awardees of the PARC Increasing Professional Development Award (PIPA). Attendees are asked to view a recorded lecture by David, and then participate in an interactive discussion and Q&A about the topics.
Please fill out this Doodle Poll by Thursday, July 15th to help us find the best time for those interested. The final date will be announced on Friday, July 16th.
The PIPA team on behalf of the DEITT
Melissa Youngquist, PhD
Co-Chair MWPARC Advisory Board
Research Biologist, Amphibian Conservation
Daniel P. Haerther Center for Conservation and Research
John G. Shedd Aquarium
We have a final date for the Critical and Inclusive Mentoring Workshop, led by Dr. David Muñoz! Please save Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 4pm PT/7pm ET on your calendar along with the following zoom info:
Meeting ID: 925 7707 6615
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***Before the July 28th session, please watch this condensed training from David: https://youtu.be/SY_6u89vjr4 . Watching this video will be essential to get the most out of the July 28th live session. Please note, there is also a document with reflection questions to help you think through some of the ideas and topics he mentions in the training video.***
If you are not able to attend the meeting, please fill out this Google Form if you’d like to be kept informed about mentor opportunities through the PIPA program.
Contact PIPA Team co-leader Marilyn Sobel (sobelm...@gmail.com) if you have any questions.
Looking forward to seeing you all at the live zoom workshop on July 28th!
MWPARC Senior Co-chair
Are their plans to have this recorded? I would love to attend the workshop but the date and times does not work with my schedule. I would be grateful if it was recorded and I could watch it at a later date.
Dr. Matthew T. Smith (he/him/his)
Associate Professor of Practice
North Dakota State University
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Stevens Hall 218
1340 Bolley Drive, Fargo ND 58102
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