One-of-a-Kind Mentors

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One-of-a-Kind Mentors

Postby I. Levine » Wed Oct 25, 2006 10:34 pm

[The following is a prompt for article content from a Science Careers writer]

Was there a great mentor who helped you "kick it up a notch" personally and professionally during the course of your training? How did you find this mentor? What did he or she do for you that was most helpful? Please share your experiences for an upcoming Mind Matters Column. Respond here or send your thoughts to Your help is greatly appreciated, as always.
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