UGA Black Alumni Scholarship Student | Gee Egberi
Gee Egberi’s scholarship gave her a mentor and model for successfully putting knowledge to work. Now, she’s determined to earn a Ph.D. and an M.D. to help end women’s health inequalities.
Briana and Kim's Mentorship Story
This video highlights the mentoring relationship between Briana (student) and Kim (alumni mentor); it perfectly illustrates what mentorship is all about.
UGA Mentor Program: Promotional Video
Watch this video to get more insight about the UGA Mentor Program!
Mentor Overview Video
The Fundamentals of Mentoring Relationships
Simon Sinek shares why gratitude and repayment are so important in building mentoring relationships.
Mentors: Through Research, in Practice, and on Reality TV
Kimberly A. Griffin, an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland, speaks about some common pitfalls with mentoring and how to avoid them.
The Science of Mentorship - Shawn Blanchard
Through Shawn's heart felt experience and research he has found kernals of truth that define mentorship and displays the application of his findings. From this engaging talk and diagrams you will walk away with the what, why, when, and how the Science of Mentorship works.
Why Leadership and Mentorship Does Not Need to Fail Us
In his latest book, Good People (April 2017, Portfolio Penguin) and research initiative, New York Times Best-selling author and entrepreneur turned venture capitalist (founder of ZEFER, co-founder of MiniLuxe, founder of Cue Ball Capital), Anthony Tjan looks at why so many of us are indifferent in the workplace and how the traditional view of leadership need and mentorship fails us – but does not need to.
Mentorship in STEM for Social Change
Amy hopes to use her research and platform to promote mentoring initiatives and broadly increase diversity in STEM.
How to Be a Great Mentor
Fred Schmalz talks to Kellogg faculty members Diane Brink and Carter Cast about how to find and develop trusted sources of career advice.