Join us for a workshop led by Dr. Yvette Huet, Director of the UNC Charlotte ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office, and Professor of Applied Physiology, Health, and Clinical Sciences. This workshop aims to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of various types of mentoring, along with practical strategies for setting clear expectations and fostering effective communication in mentoring relationships. Attendees will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the various mentoring approaches available and tools for establishing and maintaining effective and mutually beneficial mentoring relationships.
This workshop may be canceled or rescheduled in the event of low registration.
About Dr. Yvette M. Huet
Dr. Huet is Director of the UNC Charlotte ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office, and Professor of Applied Physiology, Health, and Clinical Sciences. She is the UNC Charlotte PI of the 2018 NSF AGEP-NG award and the UNC System Lead for RISE UPP, a 2022 NSF INCLUDES award. She earned B.A. degrees in Human Biology and Microbiology from the University of Kansas; her Ph.D. (with Honors) in physiology from the University of Kansas Medical Center (First Latina graduate and awarded a National Science Foundation Minority Graduate and Ford Foundation Graduate and Dissertation Fellowships) and a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Monsanto Company. Dr. Huet has served in various other leadership roles, including Co-Interim Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development, Interim Chair of Kinesiology, and Graduate Director for the doctoral programs in Biological Sciences and Health Services. Dr. Huet provides consultation to academic institutions and societies on transformative leadership, mentoring, cultural competency, communications, negotiations, and programming for faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students to succeed and thrive in higher education environments. She is currently the President-Elect of the Society of Senior Ford Fellows and the State Chair-elect of the NC ACE Women's Network.