Sunday, February 10, 2013

Graduate Student Committee of the Medieval Academy of America

The Graduate Student Committee of the Medieval Academy of America invites those attending the 2013 Medieval Academy of America Annual Meeting, April 4-6, to participate in the MAA graduate student mentorship program. The program facilitates networking between graduate students and established scholars by pairing a student and scholar according to discipline. One need not be a member of the Medieval Academy to participate. 

The mentorship exchanges are meant to help students establish professional contacts from whom they can receive career advice. The primary objective of this mentoring exchange is that the relationship be active during the conference, although mentors and mentees sometimes decide to continue communication after a conference has ended.


To volunteer as a mentor (faculty and independent scholars only) or to sign up as a mentee (current graduate students), please submit the online form by Friday, February 22. Enquiries may be directed to Caitlin Holton (cholton@uoguelph.ca).

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