Entering Mentoring: Cultivating Ethical Behavior

Monday, June 22, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

 

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Entering Mentoring: Cultivating Ethical Behavior is a webinar ONLY – please do not come to the CTE offices.


Details
Mentors play an important role in both teaching and modeling ethical behavior. There are ethical issues centering on the research itself – how to conduct, report, and writeup research – as well as relationships between mentors and mentees. Most relationships in academia establish a power dynamic, and it is a mentor’s responsibility to learn how to manage their power. Reflecting upon and discussing ethical behavior is an important part of becoming an effective mentor.

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Facilitator


Michael Matthews
Senior Associate Dean
College of Engineering and Computing


Michael Matthews is Professor of Chemical Engineering, Senior Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs, and Vice Dean of the College of Engineering & Computing at the University of South Carolina. He received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 1986 and joined the University of South Carolina in 1994. As Associate Dean he instituted and directs the college’s Principal Investigator Academy for new faculty. Mike instituted the Professional Development and Ethics sequence in the college and still is the primary instructor. He was named as one of five recipients of the Sloan Faculty Mentor of the Year from The Compact for Faculty Diversity in 2011 and is recognized as a Trained Facilitator in the Entering Mentoring curriculum of the NSF INCLUDES Aspire Alliance.



Jack Turner
Director of Faculty and Education Enhancement
College of Engineering and Computing


Jack Turner is Director of Faculty and Educational Enhancement in the College of Engineering and Computing. He received his PhD from the University of Wales, Lampeter in 2011. He has served the University of South Carolina previously as Director of Testing and Coordinator for the Information Literacy program (LIBR 101) where he has mentored multiple faculty and staff in improving their teaching and leadership. Before joining the University, Turner held certification as a FEMA Emergency Manager and as a FEMA Master Trainer, and is currently a Trained Facilitator for the Entering Mentoring companion sequence for graduate mentees, Entering Research.