NRMN Featured in Scientific Mentoring Toolkit from AAAS
American Association for the Advancement of Science Includes NRMN in STEM Mentoring Toolkit
This recently released report summarizes findings from the AAAS/NSF 2016/17 Mentor Alumni Meetings. It includes information on mentorship research, new directions, and recommended next steps on mentorship in STEM.
Reflections on NRMN at the January 2019 Key Personnel Meeting
Last January, NRMN faculty and staff convened at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan Medical Campus, to discuss current and ongoing projects and the immense progress we have made in the past five years. We are thankful to the University of Puerto Rico for their invitation and warm reception.
Nationwide consortium of biomedical professionals and institutions collaborating to provide enhanced networking, professional development, and mentorship! Watch these webinars to help you navigate your next scholastic journey.
Currently the MyMentor platform, our guided virtual
mentorship program is paused. Please bear with us during this transition phase.
Should you have any urgent questions or requests, please reach out firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to check out updates for MyMentor on nrmnet.net.
Opportunities Outside of NRMN: Upcoming Conferences
Society for Leukocyte Biology 2019 Annual Meeting
November 15-18, 2019
Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA
Award and presentation opportunities for participants at all career levels with special opportunities for trainees with poster flask talks, session co-chairing opportunities, and a new elevator pitch contest. New program additions include several professional development workshops including a focus on Building Your LinkedIn Profile
, Building the Right Team Through Great Leadership, and Advocating For Your Goals: The Art of Saying No, So You Can Say Yes.
The meeting will address the value of sustained networking among the grantees, students and other communities served by these programs. The meeting will enable program directors to learn more about other TWD programs; establish connections with potential new partners, especially regional "neighbors"; and collectively address the Institutes' research training objectives. NRMN personnel hopes to be in attendance.
We would love to stay connected with you! Don't forget to tag us or use #NRMNmentoringMatters in your social posts! We love sharing our community in action. NRMN also started a
Flickr account, so please take a look at some of the accomplishments our community has achieved by joining forces with powerful leaders.