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ASU attracts students, staff, faculty and postdoctoral scholars from all demographics, and its scholarly communities are strengthened by diversity and inclusion of a multiplicity of perspectives and ideas. The Graduate College mentoring initiatives offer engagement and navigation of academic, cultural and interpersonal identities in meaningful ways that enrich all graduate education and foster pathways between undergraduate and graduate education and professional careers.
SHADES cross-cultural mentoring
The SHADES cross-cultural mentoring program is a peer-to-peer mentoring program designed to encourage and develop intercultural competencies and identities. SHADES provides a forum for students to embrace and discuss the role of identity in academia and our lives, to seek out peers with shared social or cultural identities, and to explore the intersections of identity, learning and public discourse.
SHADES Participant Materials
SHADES program expectations form
SHADES mentoring agreement form
SHADES mentoring goals worksheet
SHADES personal resilience assessment form
HUES LGBTQ+ mentoring
Designed to bolster community engagement, increase representation, and provide critical identity-development and engagement opportunities to ASU’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) communities, HUES is open to any LGBTQ+ undergraduate, graduate student or postdoctoral scholars. Mentoring matches are made based on participant preference with options for peer, faculty or staff matching.
HUES Participant Materials
HUES program expectations form
HUES mentoring agreement form
HUES mentoring goals worksheet
HUES community identity blog overview