The Case for Investigator Mentoring: The Rochester Experience

What Is Mentoring? The word “mentor” dates back at least 3,000 years to the Homeric epics. In the Odyssey, Mentor is a trusted older friend to Odysseus, who appoints him to look after the development of Odysseus’s only son, Telemachus. Today, we think of a mentor as a “role model, teacher, motivator, communicator, coach, resource … Continue reading The Case for Investigator Mentoring: The Rochester Experience