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Strategies for Engaging Scientist Mentors in a Sustained Mentoring Community
Date: October 18, 2011 - 3:00-4:00pm ET
Featured Presenters: Sharon Ziegler-Chong and Noelani Puniwai (University of Hawaii at Hilo)

 Sharon Ziegler-ChongNoelani Puniwai
Sharon Ziegler-Chong
Noelani Puniwai

On October 18th, COSEE Ocean Systems and the Institute for Broadening Participation continued the "Many Learning Pathways in Ocean Sciences" webinar series with a presentation centered on ways to build a supported community of scientific mentors for scientists-in-training from underrepresented audiences, where education of both the mentor and mentee is emphasized.

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Strategies for Engaging Scientists Mentors in a Sustained Mentoring Community
Sharon Ziegler-Chong and Noelani Puniwai (University of Hawaii at Hilo)

Sharon Ziegler-Chong and Noelani Puniwai present their experiences and "lessons learned" in building and maintaining a sustained community of mentors, and share their tools and techniques for engaging mentors before, during and after student-focused internships. The Pacific Island Programs for Exploring Science (PIPES) program - which provides undergraduate conservation internship programs that engage more island youth in career exploration and leadership development related to Hawaii's insular environments - is featured.

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