Leading with a Ph.D. Conference: Mentorship Matters
All graduate students benefit from supportive mentorship. While you receive guidance from a faculty adviser on your research and academic progress, mentorship expands beyond the adviser/advisee relationship to a broader community of professors and professionals who may support your development as a researcher, scholar and beyond. The goal of this conference is to share resources and techniques to help you curate a community of mentors that will assist you in reaching your career and personal goals.
In its fourth year, the Leading with a Ph.D. conference provides graduate students the opportunity to come together across disciplines for a day of professional and career development. It's free & on-campus!
9:30 am - Registration and Coffee
9:45 am - Welcome and Introductions
10:00 am - Keynote Address: "The Science of Mentorship" presented by Dr. Lilian Eby, Professor, Industrial-Organizational Psychology; Program Director, Owens Behavioral Institute for Research; Director, ECHO (Enhancing Connections and Health in Organization) Lab, University of Georgia
11:00 am - Alumni Panel: Success through Mentorship
12:00 pm - Lunch: Career Conversations with Graduate Alumni
1:45 pm - Workshop I: Curating Your Community
3:00 pm - Break
3:15 pm - Workshop II: Developing and Clarifying your Mentoring Expectations at Princeton
4:30 pm - Closing Remarks