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Early Career Researcher Speed Mentoring
What is speed mentoring?
Speed mentoring is a series of short conversations around specific research mentoring questions. You will meet with a limited number of mentors/mentees in a 60 minute session.
How will the speed mentoring session work?
A small group of Early Career Researchers (mentees), around 3-4, will be assigned to each table, along with one or more experienced researchers (mentors).
Mentees will each take turns to ask the mentor one or more research mentoring-related questions. These can be directly related to personal research challenges and opportunities, but should ideally be more general (see examples below). Only ask questions about personal research challenges/opportunities if you feel comfortable discussing them in a small group setting. Mentors should try to answer each question succinctly, but with enough detail to be useful. Mentors should try to keep a pace that allows each mentee to ask a question if possible. If a mentee doesn’t get to ask a question during one round, they should be prioritized in the next round.
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