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NYAS Pathways to Success: Effective Mentorship in STEM

April 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Mentorship is a collaborative learning relationship that benefits all participants. In fact, effective mentorship is a key factor contributing to a high rate of degree attainment, increased social and self awareness, sharper communication skills, career satisfaction, and other benefits that last for many years.

The New York Academy of Sciences is thrilled to partner with the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) to provide a free online webinar highlighting the potential and importance of effective mentorship in STEM. NRMN’s mission is to provide researchers across all career stages in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences with the evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity and culture. 

This event is tailored for individuals at all ages and professional levels looking to enrich their career through collaborating and learning from a mentor or mentee, and for anyone interested in sharing this information with their network. Join the webinar and learn from experts in the field about how effective mentorship can benefit you and your community.

Register for the webinar.

Sign up for free a Membership to the New York Academy of Sciences

To support your professional and career development, Cornell University will sponsor a complimentary 1-year Membership to the New York Academy of Sciences for any interested undergraduate and graduate student, postdoc, faculty and staff member. For over 200 years, the Academy has helped scientists, engineers, and innovators pursue successful careers.  To request a sponsored membership, sign up at NYAS.ORG/CORNELL


April 9
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Event Category:


Careers - Academic, Careers - Non-Academic, Teaching Development
Focus Area
Build Your Skills
Transferable Skills
Teaching & Mentoring
CIRTL at Cornell, Graduate Office of Postdoctoral Studies, Careers Beyond Academia