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Mentorship, Well-being, and Professional Development in STEMM — Addressing the "Knowing-Doing Gap": A Workshop

Hosted By:
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Despite the significant contributions of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to scientific research, the environments in which they work and learn may constitute a detrimental and toxic "hustle culture," often offering inconsistent mentorship and professional development opportunities and only intermittently addressing their mental, financial, and social well-being. This workshop will use an intersectional approach to explore the “knowing-doing gap” as a framework to help faculty and institutions understand and develop strategies that bridge current systemic and cultural barriers to the support and promotion of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in the STEMM research ecosystem.

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