October 21, 2020 | 3:00pm-4:00pm | Via Zoom: bit.ly/UNCG_CDLC

While graduate students have many identities, ethnicity often remains the most salient identity for graduate students of color. Drawing from previous research on evaluation, higher education literature, and personal reflections, this presentation outlines five strategies for mentoring and advising graduate students of color. These include:

  1. Consider the impact of vicarious trauma
  2. Assist with the facilitation of peer and mentors ‘squads’
  3. Respect, honor, and celebrate students’ culture, religion, and families
  4. Be vigilant of microaggressions and practice microvalidations
  5. Develop mentoring competence

Each strategy will be presented along with reflections and practical examples for implementation.

While graduate students have many identities, ethnicity often remains the most salient identity for graduate students of color. Drawing from previous research on evaluation, higher education literature, and personal reflections, this presentation outlines five strategies for mentoring and advising graduate students of color. These include: 1)Consider the impact of vicarious trauma, 2)Assist with the facilitation of peer and mentors 'squads', 3)Respect, honor, and celebrate students' culture, religion, and families, 4)Be vigilant of microaggressions and practice microvalidations, 5)Develop mentoring competence. Each strategy will be presented along with reflections and practical examples for implementation.

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