Mentoring matters: #tfmentoring Twitter discussion

What happens when you get a group of people together to talk about academic mentoring? A lot happens: an hour long discussion flew by as we tackled all aspects of mentoring - the who, the what, the why, the how. It was clear that mentoring is an important topic for researchers far and wide.

byTandF1 Like186 Views
Favicon for https://storify.com
storify.com
171 views
Favicon for https://twitter.com
twitter.com
15 views
Embed

  1. Meet our #tfmentoring panel: Andy Nobes, Programme Officer at INASP; Paul Benneworth, Editor of the Early Career Section of Regional Studies, Regional Science; Clare Viney, Chief Executive Officer at CRAC Careers & Vitae, and finally Dr. Tracy Costello, Board of Directors at National Postdoctoral Association & Director at Moffitt Cancer Center.
  2. Thanks to everyone else who joined us, it was great to have such a diverse range of experiences and views.
  3. We began by considering the role of mentoring in academia. From helping secure research grants to boosting productivity, it was clear that mentoring can be incredibly valuable. We explored some of the key benefits of mentoring for researchers:
1
Share

Share

Facebook
Google+