An Introduction to Effective Mentoring in Archaeology
When: September 30, 2021 1:00-2:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Individual Registration: Free to SAA members; $69 for non-members
Group Registration: Free to SAA members; $89 for non-members
Arianne Boileau is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology and the Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida. She has 10 years of experience teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students in the field, lab, and museum settings. She has built formal and informal mentorships through one-on-one mentoring, peer mentoring, and group mentoring. Her mentorship centers on developing plans in line with her mentees’ goals, providing psychosocial assistance when needed, and creating reciprocal, inclusive mentoring relationships. Her mentoring work at the University of Florida has earned her a 2020 Graduate Student Mentoring Award.
- Describe what mentoring is and how it differs from teaching and advising.
- Identify the principles of effective mentoring relationships and become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of mentors and mentees.
- Create environments and practices that enhance the mentor-mentee relationship.
- Introduce principles of a culturally responsive mentoring.