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This symposium has four goals:
1. To recognize and discuss the issues surrounding mentoring in STEM fields.
2. To discuss effective mentorship and advocacy techniques at all levels: PhD, Postdoc, Faculty
3. To provide a platform to connect like-minded young scientists who wish to effect change at their own institutions at the grassroots level.
4. To inspire participants to practice effective mentorship practices and promote these skillsets to their peers and colleagues at their own institutions.

Registration is $10 for UMD Attendees and $15 for non-UMD Attendees. Registration can be reimbursed upon request.

To register, sign-up here.

For more information, visit our website.

Alison Harris


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