For Faculty Members

Working with Graduate Students?

You may be interested in the APCS Clearinghouse, a compilation of existing resources related to teaching, research, clinical work, and professional development for graduate students.

You may also be interested in the Mentor-Mentee Check-in, which is a guideline for conversations between faculty mentors and graduate student mentees to improve their working relationship and promote student success. The first part of the document suggests a number of questions that can be discussed to help the mentor and mentee understand one another as they change over time. The second part of the document encourages mentors and mentees to outline goals for the next semester.

 

If you found your way here in search of resources, please let us know what you were looking for: rodebaugh@wustl.edu. (Older resources were removed as we evaluate what is useful to put here.)

 

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