Peer Mentoring plus
Within the framework of peer mentoring, mentees work together in small, interdisciplinary groups according to the principle of collegial consultation. In monthly meetings, the peer team works to establish joint solution-oriented perspectives on acute and strategic questions and challenges in connection with their current situation at the university as well as with respect to possible future pathways.
Every three months, a consultant or expert is selected by the peers to take part in the meeting. According to the specific needs of the peers, the meeting can address a wide range of topics, such as the career path of the invited guest, insights into the informal rules of academia and the scientific community, tips on resume development as an academic, advice on shaping the next steps, and work-life balance.
Our superior quality workshop programme is designed to meet the specific requirements of the respective target group and thereby guarantees a systematic and professionally-guided analysis of important topics relevant to researchers? careers. In selecting our workshops and coaches, we place great value in striking a sensible balance between information and input, common discussion and reflection, and practical elements.
Three in-process workshops at the beginning, middle, and end of the mentoring programme, official events and lectures, and cafeteria meetings provide for a lively exchange within the mentee group, which can serve its members as a trusted and supportive network.
April 2018 till March 2019
21 November 2018, 11:00 am - 12:00 am, C2-136
15 December 2017
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