Mentoring – More than just academic


Bring early career researchers in touch with leading scientists in the field in order to learn from them and benefit from their experiences, and establish potentially long-term relationships. We particularly encourage the participation of early career researchers from underrepresented groups in STEMs.


Meeting with potential volunteer mentors and early career scientists. Lunch will be served and there will be time for informal discussions in small groups.


March 28 (Tuesday) 12:40-13:50


Kellogg Hotel, Room TBD

Event contact:

Abhay Desphande and Daniel Tapia Takaki

How to sign up?

Interested mentee and mentors can sign up via this GoogleForm


Upper limit of Early career researchers (40) and mentors (10): first come first serve. Early career researchers refers to PhD students, postdocs and junior faculty.


March 21 (Tuesday), 11:59AM, or the sign up hits the upper limit


This mentoring session is jointly sponsored by the Inter-American Network of Networks of QCD challenges, an NSF AccelNet program, and the Center for Frontiers in Nuclear Science at Stony Brook University.