Mentor Responsibilities

Mentors will provide advice to teams developing new workshops to advance women and underrepresented minorities in STEM academia, offering the benefits of their experience and expertise in organizing workshops for content, logistics, evaluation and lasting outcomes. The exchanges between trainees and mentors may be by phone, electronically and/or in person, in particular at the first workshop offering if the travel budget allows.

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Application to Participate in the Workshop
Washington, DC, May 23-25, 2011
The deadline for applications is March 1st, 2011 but please apply as early as possible as we have been overbooked each year. You will be notified of acceptance on or about April 1st, 2011 if not before. If necessary, we will maintain a waiting list.

Housing and Travel Information
The workshop will be held on the campus of Gallaudet University in Washington DC. Gallaudet University is the only liberal arts university... Read More

This workshop is a joint program of the George Washington and Gallaudet Universities funded by a National Science Foundation ADVANCE leadership award.

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