Graduate Peer Mentoring Collaborative
The Graduate Peer Mentoring Collaborative at NC State is dedicated to providing support to our fellow graduate students. The goals of the program include learning about and enacting quality mentoring relationships. We are graduate students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences working to help foster peer mentoring relationships within our departments. We also work to create a culture of peer mentoring across colleges.
- Are you seeking new and different perspectives on how to achieve academic success?
- Do you wish to access more resources on mental health and fostering successful relationships?
- Are you looking for a way to balance work, academics, family, and other responsibilities?
Explore the Graduate Peer Mentoring Collaborative and our existing resources to understand how we support our fellow graduate students and their peer mentoring needs.
In the 2018 Graduate Peer Mentoring Survey, students reported a need for guidance on how to create an inclusive environment.
"Being a mentor means being authentic, in that approaches you take to mentorship have to resonate with you as much as they do your mentee" -- Federico Scholcover
"In developing ongoing mentoring relationship, I practice receiving before transmitting. This involves being cognizant of my own weaknesses and then listening and understanding my mentee's unique circumstances" -- Katy Schwaeble
Graduate Peer Mentoring Collaborative Leaders Contact the leaders
Dr. Deanna Dannels
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dr. April Kedrowicz
College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Rebecca Dunning
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences