Graduate Supervision and Mentorship across Cultures
About the Facilitator
Dr. Nanda Dimitrov (Ph.D. Intercultural Communication, University of Minnesota, 2004) is the Associate Director of the Teaching Support Centre at Western University, and adjunct research scholar in the Centre for Reseach on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
Her work as an educational developer focuses on graduate education, the preparation of future faculty and mentorship across cultures. Her most recent publications have explored the development of disciplinary communication competence among graduate students and investigated the impact of international TA training programs on the teaching competence of teaching assistants. She is the author of the Western Guide to Mentoring Graduate Students Across Cultures (2009) and she has facilitate the transitions of students and faculty from over 50 countries, and led workshops on teaching and mentorship in intercultural settings at several universities in Canada, the U.S. and Switzerland.
See also: Building Successful Academic Relationships Across Cultures workshop for Grad Students & Post-Docs
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