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  • Assessment Tool to Measure Mentorship Role in Undergraduate Research

    January is National Mentor Month and UW–Madison has reason to celebrate. For over two decades, the university has been a nationally recognized leader in evidence-based research mentor and mentee training, and has led the way in providing high-quality undergraduate research experiences. Thanks to the dedicated work of a group of units from across campus, yet ...

  • UW–Madison Researchers Contribute to NAS Report on Undergraduate Research Experiences UW–Madison Researchers Contribute to NAS Report on Undergraduate Research Experiences

    A National Academy of Sciences committee whose members include Janet Branchaw and Eric Grodsky, both on faculty at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Education and principal investigators at its Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER), released a study examining evidence on undergraduate research experiences. Branchaw and Grodsky are among 16 experts from across the ...

  • Enabling Effective Mentorship Enabling Effective Mentorship

    What makes mentorship successful? That’s what Christine Pfund studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Pfund is interested in understanding, developing and implementing effective mentor training in science, engineering and medicine.