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How to Benefit From Having a Mentor

Posted By Alice C. Linsley, Sunday, March 02, 2014

The Well recently posted this article on the value and importance of mentors. Kelly Aukema, Dorothy Boorse and Kay Fritsch share their experiences with mentoring and talk about how advisees can benefit from the relationship.

Dear Mentor:

I am in a master’s program in the sciences and planning to go on for a PhD. I hear having a good advisor can really make or break grad school. How do I go about finding a good advisor? What questions should I be asking a potential advisor or his or her current students? And how do I make the best use of that advisor/advisee relationship? Thank you!

Two of The Well mentors from the sciences replied along with two guest mentors who recently graduated from PhD programs in the sciences. Here are highlights from their responses.

Read it all here.

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