The mentoring of committed senior, highly accomplished faculty and the chance to interact personally within informal, small group settings extend the mentoring you will receive from your own graduate program advisor and build your own network exponentially.
You will build your own mentoring skills through a variety of experiences, such as mentoring undergraduates and graduate student peers and through service to the community. This will enhance your future career, whatever directions you choose.
Hear from the Fellows: Faculty Mentoring
A Conversation with Marsha Collins, Royster Distinguished Professor
Mentoring matters: Theda Perdue and Malinda Maynor Lowery