Money and Mentoring: Essentials for Your Career
Date: September 28 2011 10:00am - 12:00pm Location: Gregg Pavilion - Gregg Pavilion
The first hour of this presentation will focus on important elements that are necessary to submit competitive funding applications for graduate school and beyond. The American Psychological Association’s Minority Fellowship Program will be used as the basis for discussion. The second hour will focus on discussing tips and challenges for ethnic minority students and faculty when developing mentoring relationships.
Andrew T. Austin-Dailey, M.Div., M.S. is the director of the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) at the American Psychological Association. Before joining the MFP, he completed an M.S. in psychology at Palo Alto University. He received a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an M.Div. in pastoral psychology at the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He has been active in the community through developing counseling, training, and support programs for ethnic minorities for over 20 years.
Sponsored by Lewis & Clark faculty members Andraé Brown, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, and Danielle Torres, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School Counseling Program, former M.F.P. Fellows.