Beyond tradition: Innovative mentorship models for higher education

Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching | Mentorship in Higher Education

May 3 – 5, 2021

Keynote presented by: Dr. Lorelli Nowell, PhD, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary

Mentorship can be valuable across career stages and disciplines in higher education. Various mentorship models can be used to engage in meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships that support growth and development. During this keynote, we will explore a variety of evidence-based mentorship models that can be used across higher education and identify ways various mentorship models might be introduced and strengthened in different stages and personal contexts. Leave this session with the tools to reflect on your mentorship experiences while exploring how to identify and embrace various types of mentorship to foster productive growth and development across higher education.

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