Graduate College

Jon F. Harrison

Mentoring Ph.D. students is one of the most vital things that we do as faculty at ASU. Training a Ph.D. student who goes on in turn to influence thousands of students, or who spends a career pushing back the frontiers of scientific knowledge, is a great amplifier of our effect on society. I have three sources of knowledge regarding graduate mentoring. First, my Ph.D. mentor, Todd Gleeson (currently the Dean of CLAS at Univ. Colorado, Boulder), was a wonderful mentor. He was incredibly generous with his time, and was truly focused on my success. He taught me much of what is described below.

Kory W. Floyd

My approach to mentoring doctoral students is one of engagement, encouragement, and embodiment.