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NIH Raising A Resilient Scientist Program Offered at UTMB

Oct 14, 2022, 16:57 PM by Melodi Moore

Starting in November, the NIH will be offering their RAISING A RESILIENT SCIENTIST PROGRAM for faculty who mentor biomedical research trainees.  This is an excellent program and faculty at all levels might be interested in participating in all or part of the program.

Please be aware that the times listed below are EST. Each session will be recorded, but registration is required to receive the link to the recording and other materials provided.

Interested faculty need to register for the sessions at:

Raising a Resilient Scientist Units Workshop Date Registration
Communication Skills to Build Trainee Resilience Nov 9, 2022
12:00-2:15 pm
Promoting Trainee Resilience Dec 14, 2022
12:00-2:15 pm
Building a Welcoming and Inclusive Research Group Jan 11, 2023
12:00-2:15 pm
Difficult Conversations, Conflict, and Feedback Feb 8, 2023
12:00-2:15 pm
The Mental Health and Well-being of Your Trainees Mar 8, 2023
12:00-2:15 pm

There is discussion of UTMB after-session meetings taking place.  Please refer back to the Research Resources Blog and the Research Community Team.  As more information on these become available, it will be announced at these locations.

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