Happy 1st Birthday UGA Mentor Program
Students share birthday wishes in celebration of the UGA Mentor Program's first birthday, which was on August 21, 2020.
Connecting the Bulldog family. That's our commitment.
Happy 1st Birthday UGA Mentor Program from UGA Alumni Mentors
UGA Alumni Mentors wish the UGA Mentor Program a Happy 1st Birthday, which was on August 21, 2020.
Inspiring our students to do more, achieve more, and become more. That's our commitment. Go Dawgs!
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.
Creating a UGA Mentee Profile
Watch this brief video to learn how you can create a UGA Mentee profile at mentor.uga.edu.
Requesting a UGA Alumni Mentor
Want to gain insight on the UGA Mentor Program mentorship platform functions? Watch this brief video to learn how students can request a mentor based on their unique identity and interests.
Accessing UGA Mentor Program Resources
Watch this brief video to discover the wealth of mentoring resources we have developed to help you maximize your mentoring relationships. Visit https://mentor.uga.edu/programs/ugamentor/resources/documents to find the resources.
Navigating UGA Mentor Program Features
Watch this brief video to learn about all of the UGA Mentor Program features.
Accepting a UGA Mentor Request
This brief video shows how a UGA alumni mentor accepts a student's mentor request via the UGA Mentor Program platform.
2020 Alumni Kickoff
We hosted a UGA Mentor Program: Alumni Kickoff on 8.25.2020 to provide more information about the program, to share 4 mentoring testimonails, and upcoming events/features.
Mentor Skills: Addressing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
This mentor skills webinar highlights the importance of establishing mentoring relationship with those who are different from ourselves. It will build your diversity literacy by talking about the difference between diversity and inclusion, and identifying and avoiding the barriers to inclusive relationships.
Dr. Kecia Thomas previously served as the Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and African-American Studies at UGA and as the Senior Associate Dean of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. She is an expert in the Psychology of Workplace Diversity.
Mentor Skills: Start with the Why: Purpose Centered Mentoring
Mentor Skills: Strategies for Mentoring International Students: Become a Cultural Mentor
Mentoring an international student can be an incredibly rewarding opportunity. However, inherent challenges exist when communicating and building relationships across cultural difference – whether that be due to differences in language or due to differing cultural value sets. While these hurdles may seem daunting or dissuading, they are actually very easy to navigate and overcome. Join Justin Jeffery, Director of International Student Life at the University of Georgia, as he outlines various tips and best practices to assist cross-cultural mentorships. Justin will pull on his experience living abroad, his 10 years of working with international student populations, and his academic course on intercultural communication that he teaches each semester, to provide participants a solid foundation to support mentors engaging with international student mentees.
Mentor Skills: Communicating Effectively in STEM Mentoring Relationships
Participants will improve their abilities to: • Identify different communication styles, including how these styles manifest in stressful situations • Provide constructive feedback
Bio: Erin Dolan is a Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Georgia Athletic Association Professor of Innovative Science Education at the University of Georgia. As a graduate student in Neuroscience at University of California at San Francisco, she volunteered extensively in K-12 schools, which prompted her to pursue a career in biology education. She teaches introductory biology and biochemistry. Her research group studies science research environments as contexts for undergraduate and graduate students’ psychological and social development within the scientific community, including the roles of mentors and the mechanisms by which they influence mentees’ personal and professional development. She just finished a decade of service as Editor-in-Chief of the biology education journal, CBE – Life Sciences Education (https://www.lifescied.org/).
UGA Mentor Program: Promotional Video
Watch this video to get more insight about the UGA Mentor Program!
Mentor Overview Video