February DPC Newsletter Highlights Mentors Who Inspire: Celebrating Mentorship in the DPC

In this issue, read students' Thank You messages to their mentors in honor of National Mentoring Month, and spotlights on mentors from across the consortium. Check out highlights on student and faculty research, such as the ongoing work with rural communities in Alaska and one scholar's efforts to reduce deaths caused by drinking and driving by looking at response times after substance use — Subscribe to stay current on the exciting work our community members are doing across the country and abroad.

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Mentors Who Inspire:

Carlos Crespo, DrPH, Says Failing can be the Key to Success

Yolanda Vasquez-Salgado, PhD, Says It’s Important to be Proud of Your Roots

Karlyn Adams-Wiggins, PhD, Encourages Colleagues, Mentees to Stay the Course

Decatur Foster, PhD, Says Mentors are an Important Resource for Up-and-Coming Researchers

Thomas Waters Jr.’s Goal is to Give Back and Help Mentees Succeed

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Spotlight on DPC Mentors

UTEP BUILDing SCHOLARS Mentorship Awardees Share Their Motivations for Mentoring

CSULB Faculty Mentors Share Their Stories

Supportive Mentoring Helps Students Grow at BUILD EXITO

The Impact of Mentorship: Spotlight on XULA BUILD Mentor Maryam Foroozesh, PhD

MSU ASCEND: A Positive Mentoring Relationship is Vital for Students

Advancing Inclusive Mentoring: CSULB BUILD's Mentor Training Program for Faculty

Spotlight on Students & Alumni

Represent in science: SF BUILD celebrates first alumni PhD and former co-director turned Dean

ReBUILD scholar’s research honors late uncle’s memory

XULA BUILD Alumna Kirsten McGowan Selected as Top 10 2021 Olay x Ebony HBCU STEM Queen

UAF BLaST Celebrates Scientists of the Month - January and February 2022

Site News

Celebrating Research with BUILD EXITO

Fort Lewis College Partners with UAF BLaST

UAF BLaST Working with Rural Communities Continues in Interior Alaska

CSULB BUILD Hosts Year-End Events

In the News

BUILD EXITO Alumni Profile: Dhale Larsen Posadas

Three HBCU Professors Elected to Prestigious Science Organization

DPC SPAD Awardee CSU San Bernardino Designation Raised to R2 Doctoral University

TedXChicago Talk by NRMN's Fatima Sancheznieto

Research Digest

Recent NRMN Publications

Letter to the Editor: "Training PhD Students to Successfully Navigate Research Mentoring Relationships"

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