Article: Community voices – the importance of diverse networks in academic mentoring

Nearly two years ago, I started collaborating with an international group of researchers interested in enhancing mentoring for scientists within academic settings. Last week, we published a paper that details one of the essential approaches that we’ve identified through a scan of 27 career development, leadership, and mentoring programs worldwide. That is: multi-mentor networks rather … Continue reading "Article: Community voices – the importance of diverse networks in academic mentoring"

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SciComm Advice: Start at the End (what are you trying to do?)

I frequently get asked by students and faculty what kind of advice I have for a student interested in sharing science. Some of these students want careers as scicomm professionals. Others want to do scicomm as a scientist. And others still just know someone who is looking for advice. This post is written as direct-to-the-seeker … Continue reading SciComm Advice: Start at the End (what are you trying to do?)

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