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Virtual Women’s Mentoring Office Hours!

Contributed by Colette Matisco on 05/17/20 

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Are you looking for a mentor but don’t know where to start? Drop into office hours to learn more about mentoring for women at IC!

The Women’s Mentoring Network is hosting open virtual mentoring office hours for faculty and staff during the spring 2020 semester… no appointment or RSVP necessary. The mentors will be available to answer questions related to mentoring, such as: how to find a mentor, how to make the first contact, what to expect in a mentoring relationship, benefits of mentoring for women etc. They can also give mentoring guidance based on their own experiences- check their bios below to learn more about them.

Spring Virtual Hours:

·       Karin Wikoff- Thursdays 12-1 via phone 315-497-9269
·       Julie Dorsey- Tuesdays 2-3pm via Zoom

 If you have questions and/or would like to host an office hour in the future, please contact Julie Dorsey

Mentor Bios:

Julie Dorsey is the founder and Director of the Women’s Mentoring Network. She is an Associate Professor and Curriculum Director in the Department of Occupational Therapy- she has worked at IC for 13 years, and is a proud alum! Julie has experience juggling work and family life, including caring for an aging parent, as well as going back to school while working full time. She can also talk about leadership development, all things curriculum/assessment/accreditation related, and the importance of mentoring for women in higher education.

 Karin Wikoff has been a librarian at Ithaca College for more than 15 years, and has worked in academic libraries for 36+ years.  In addition to being able to talk to women about professional topics, she has a range of personal experience and passions that give her experience for lending support. These topics include balancing caregiving roles, dealing with complex family/personal issues and loss, experience with chronic illnesses and injuries, and political engagement and advocacy. 

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