Mentorship Program

Coordinated by Emma Turner and Hortense Nsoh Tabien, U of S

One of the goals of the graduate society is to facilitate networking between professors and graduate students.  This mentorship program will help professors in the search for hard-working graduate students to join their lab, as well as help graduate students in finding compatible supervisors and positions in which they will thrive.

These connections made across the country can allow a greater forum for discussion between students and professors, possibly resulting in future research collaborations.

It is the hope of this committee that mentors will provide their students with valuable advice concerning both their career and academic goals. Many individuals find balancing their personal and professional lives difficult, especially young academics who are beginning a family while early in their careers.

INTERESTED IN THE PROGRAM?  WE ARE LOOKING FOR PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE MATCHED AND PEOPLE TO HELP COORDINATE THIS PROGRAM

To download the application forms please click on the appropriate link below:

Student / Post-Doc application                    Mentor (Faculty) Profile

Once applications are completed please forward them to CAANCBGS 

Questions? Need more info?

PLEASE CONTACT CAANCB-GS.