We are delighted to announce the publication of an article titled “A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Intervention to Increase Cultural Diversity Awareness of Research Mentors of Undergraduate Students” The article sheds light on the significance of providing mentors with training in cultural awareness and sensitivity to enhance the mentoring experience for young scientists. By fostering an inclusive and supportive environment, this research offers valuable insights into empowering the next generation of scientists. Read the full article on Science.org to uncover the compelling findings and implications for scientific mentorship.
Thriving or Burn Out in Mentoring, Pastoring, Service & Vocation – Part 1 w/ Christine Pfund
Listen to CIMER’s Dr. Christine Pfund on Nii Addy’s latest podcast episode on thriving or burnout in mentoring and more. You can listen or watch on @AddyHour on Youtube or at AddyHour.com
CIMER Leader Helps Organize, Present National Mentoring Workshop for Research Universities, Funders, Associations
Read the exciting article featuring CIMER’s Melissa McDaniels here
New Publication! Comparing F2F and Synchronous Online Mentor Training Outcomes
CIMER is keeping busy with all of these new publications! The latest published on September 16, 2022, in CBE – Life Sciences Education investigates if training modality affects mentor training outcome. Read the article here
Enhancing Research Mentors’ Cultural Awareness in STEM: A Mentor Training Intervention
This past May a journal article was published in collaboration with Christine Pfund, Angela Byars-Winston, and Sherilynn Black about enhancing mentors’ cultural awareness in STEM. Read the article here
Don’t Let Mentoring Burn You Out
CIMER is hard at work! An article came out last month in collaboration with Christine Pfund about mentoring burnout.
Summary: Mentoring is undoubtedly a high-impact and high-stakes relationship. Mentors give their time, attention, and resources to develop others. Usually a volunteer activity, mentorship goes above and beyond a person’s formal job requirements. But when a mentor is well-intended but too depleted to deliver essential mentor functions as a consequence of burnout, the result is marginal mentoring: dysfunctional or disengaged mentoring that is no longer of value. Read the entire article here
Evaluation of a Culturally Responsive Mentorship Education Program for the Advisers of Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Program Graduate Students was recently accepted for publication in CBE—Life Sciences Education Vol. 21, No. 3
Read the article: https://www.lifescied.org/doi/10.1187/cbe.21-11-0321