Updated Fall 2020 Webinar Series

Colleagues, 

Due to scheduling conflicts, the webinar session on mentoring has been rescheduled for Friday, December 18, 2020. Details about the session along with the registration link are listed below. 

In addition, the webinar on hosting virtual graduate research conferences previously scheduled for December 18 will be scheduled for sometime in the near future. 

Issues and Best Practices in Developing Mentoring Relationships

Join us for a facilitated discussion on developing mentoring relationships between students and faculty. Moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Kenney, a panel of deans and administrators will discuss best practices and issues in mentoring from both a student and faculty-based perspective. Discussion items will include what ‘good mentoring’ looks like, tips for students and faculty to establish their mentoring relationship, and advice for deans.

Day: Friday, December 18, 2020
Time: 9:00-10:30am EST
Register at: https://unh.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7Vso5dvrfIvFVrv 

Panelists:
Langis Roy, Ph.D.
Dean of Graduate Studies
Professor of Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering
Ontario Tech University

Jennifer Aumiller, M.Ed. 
Director, GPILS/OPS Career and Professional Development
Director, Office of Postdoctoral Scholars
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Dovev Levine, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
University of New Hampshire

Moderator:

Elizabeth Kenney, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Center for Research and Creative Activities
Assistant Dean, Research and Graduate Studies
Salem State University

Fall 2020 Webinar Series

Colleagues,

Here are the fall 2020 webinars we have planned:

  • Mentoring on November 20, 2020: facilitated by Elizabeth Kenney, Salem State University and Dovev Levine, University of New Hampshire
    • Best practices in providing support and resources to graduate students and their departments to foster productive mentor-mentee relationships.
  • Hosting virtual graduate research conferences + 3MT competitions on December 18, 2020: facilitated by Cari Moorhead and others from UNH
    • Best practices in hosting research conferences and competitions virtually.

November and December webinar events are open to all NAGS institutions (Zoom links will be provided) and the December 2020 3MT competition is open to NAGS institutions that had paid dues in AY 2019-20.