Effective Graduate Supervision - A Panel Discussion
Jerry Bannister, History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Darrel Doman, Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Sara Kirk, School of Health and Human Performance, Faculty of Health Professions
Marty Leonard, Biology, Faculty of Science
Graduate Supervisors engage with their students in a multitude of ways as best suits the discipline and their individual personalities. This panel of experienced graduate supervisors will share how they motivate, mentor, monitor, and make sure their students are prepared for each key stage of their degree. Discussion will also touch upon the supervisor’s role in ensuring that their students graduate with the requisite research, teaching, and professional skills they need for their future careers. Whether you are already an experienced supervisor or are a new faculty member, graduate student or post-doctoral fellow, who is just beginning to supervise graduate students, please feel free to join us and spend some time considering your own supervisory style.
Killam Library, Room B400
This panel discussion is being held in recognition of the new Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision
Excellence in graduate supervision is recognized as the successful mentorship of graduate students through an enriching, supportive and productive learning environment. Nominees shall have at least ten years supervision experience at the graduate level. One award will be presented annually.
For more information go to: http://www.dal.ca/dept/clt/awards_grants/Awards/DalWide/grad_supervision_award.html
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