UGA Mentor Skills Webinar: Communicating Effectively in STEM Mentoring Relationships

Participants will improve their abilities to:
• Identify different communication styles, including how these styles manifest in stressful situations
• Provide constructive feedback

Erin Dolan is a Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Georgia Athletic Association Professor of Innovative Science Education at the University of Georgia. As a graduate student in Neuroscience at University of California at San Francisco, she volunteered extensively in K-12 schools, which prompted her to pursue a career in biology education. She teaches introductory biology and biochemistry. Her research group studies science research environments as contexts for undergraduate and graduate students’ psychological and social development within the scientific community, including the roles of mentors and the mechanisms by which they influence mentees’ personal and professional development. She just finished a decade of service as Editor-in-Chief of the biology education journal, CBE – Life Sciences Education (

Wednesday, September 16 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Classes and Workshops, Lectures and Discussions, Information Sessions


Alumni, Faculty & Staff


Career and Professional Development, Science & Technology


Career Center


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Jeremy Daniel

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