Institute Marks 25 Years of Training Minorities as Faculty, Mentors
    October 27, 2018

    In keynote remarks, Dr. Suzanne Ortega, president of the Council of Graduate Schools, stressed the critical importance of developing multiple mentors and advisers rather than relying on one individual.


    “Mentoring and advising are way too much for one person to do,” she said. “So, you need a network.”


    “Good mentoring is critical to faculty and student diversity,” Ortega added. “Be the kind of mentor you would like to have had.”career path begins or takes you.


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