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The Science of Mentorship: A STEMM Podcast

The Science of Mentorship: A STEMM Podcast

Update: 2021-01-05
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Welcome to The Science of Mentorship, a 10-episode podcast from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that introduces you to the evidence-based practices for effective mentoring told through the personal stories of leaders in science, tech, math, engineering, and medicine.

You'll hear from notables like iconic physicist Dr. Jim Gates, groundbreaking physician Dr. Vivian Pinn, advocate mathematician Dr. Richard Tapia, and Twitter phenom immunobiologist Dr. Akiko Iwasaki. They share the ups and downs of their own mentorship journeys from the beginning of their careers to today, to help you develop the skills to engage in the most effective STEMM mentoring relationships possible.
Mentorship is essential to the development of anyone in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine.

If you are a mentor, a mentee, or have a role in mentorship, this podcast is for you. Listen to The Science of Mentorship to learn, practice, and optimize mentorship for you and your colleagues, and visit https://nas.edu/mentoring for more.

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The Science of Mentorship: A STEMM Podcast

The Science of Mentorship: A STEMM Podcast

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine