CASConnects is an initiative of the College of Arts & Sciences’ (CAS) Diversity Committee to support a sense of belonging and mentorship for graduate students from diverse backgrounds, broadly defined. CASConnects aims to connect graduate students to staff and faculty across campus to expand networks and mentorship opportunities. Students can use these connections to complement their current mentorship in areas that may not be represented in their current mentors, talk with folks outside of their department, or connect about other issues of professional development. Mentorship could be one well-timed conversation, a few meetings, or even a semesterly check-in. Feel free to connect with more than one mentor across campus.
To connect with a faculty/staff mentor, click on one or more boxes below to find out more information about available mentors.
To arrange a meeting with a mentor, use the email address provided in the mentor’s profile.
If you have any questions, contact: Shannon Lovett at firstname.lastname@example.org
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