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Improving Mentoring Relationships in Science: Mentors Need Mentors – Dr Christine Pfund

Feb 14, 2020 | stem education

Original Article Reference

https://doi.org/10.33548/SCIENTIA458

About this episode

Dr Christine Pfund is a researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. With a strong network of colleagues and collaborators, her work focuses on developing, implementing, documenting, and studying interventions to optimise research mentoring relationships across science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine. Read on to discover how the success of these initiatives has resulted in the development of a national network of mentors in the USA.

 

 

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