The power of mentorship in graduate school success

As a graduate student, you should consider developing a vast network of mentors. The good news is that mentors are all around you, not just faculty in your program or classes! Learn how to find the best match!

Beyond research and methodology: Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards recipient explores the holistic side of graduate mentorship

The Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards recognizes faculty for their contributions to mentorship! In this Q&A, we speak to Anthony Peguero, a professor of sociology and criminology at the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics and School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. He discusses representation, giving back to the community and the tenants of his mentorship philosophy.

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honoree on how collaboration in mentorship is essential to community-building

At the 36th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards faculty were honored for their contributions in mentorship. In this Q&A we speak to Jada Ach, an assistant teaching professor at the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. In this conversation, she discusses lessons learned from working in writing centers, creating 'experimental space' for students and mentorship as a centerpiece to community-building.

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honoree strives to give voice to the voiceless

The 36th annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards honored faculty for their contributions in mentorship. In this Q&A we speak to Adela Grando, PhD, an OFMA winner from the College of Health Solutions. In this conversation, she discusses entering STEM as a first-generation Latina woman, her passion for mentorship and encouraging students to use their voices.

ASU doctoral student Mara Lopez advocates for equitable classrooms

Mara Lopez graduated from her undergraduate program without being taught how to write a resume or cover letter. Now, as a doctoral student, she wants to devote her career to make sure underrepresented undergraduate students are better prepared for their future.