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For this episode of the podcast we handed the mic over to the Campus network to get their top tips on how to be a good mentor and mentee. These relationships can make or break academic careers, so getting them right is crucial. Our contributors offer suggestions on how to choose a mentor or supervisor, how to give advice, how to do reverse mentoring and how to lay the ground rules so that everyone gets what they need from these relationships.
This episode’s contributors are:
Eve Riskin, dean of undergraduate education, Stevens Institute of Technology
Monika Foster, head of department marketing, operations and systems, Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University
Jon McNaughtan, associate professor, educational psychology, leadership and counseling, Texas Tech University
Sioux McKenna, director, Center for Postgraduate Studies, Rhodes University
Preman Rajalingam, director, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy, Institute for Pedagogical Innovation, Research & Excellence, Nanyang Technological University
Bryan Hanson, graduate student ombudsperson, Virginia Tech
Tara Brabazon, dean, graduate studies and professor of cultural studies, Charles Darwin University
Barbara Kensington-Miller, associate professor, school of curriculum and pedagogy, University of Auckland
Elena Riva, associate professor (reader) and head of department, Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, University of Warwick
Gabriel Paquette, associate provost for academic affairs and faculty development, University of Maine
Lucas Lixinski, professor of law and justice, UNSW Sydney