Summer Mentor Workshop: Learning Across Identities, Experiences, and Cultures

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
1605 Elings Hall, Building 266, University of California, Santa Barbara, Elings Hall, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, USA


Summer Mentor Workshop: Learning Across Identities, Experiences, and Cultures

Anne H. Charity Hudley, Ph.D.
North Hall Endowed Chair in the Linguistics of African America
Director of Undergraduate Research for the College of Letters and Science, UCSB

Wednesday June 26th
11:30-1:00pm, Elings Hall Rm 1605
*Lunch provided*
*Limited Space, RSVP required*: LINK AVAILABLE SOON

This workshop is open to anyone (faculty, researchers, postdocs and graduate students) who will be mentoring an undergraduate research student this summer.

This workshop is designed to help mentors to work successfully with students of various identities, experiences and cultures. Dr. Charity Hudley will focus on improving the research experiences of students who are from backgrounds underrepresented at the graduate level at research institutions. We’ll discuss ways to actively make your mentoring practices inclusive as well as ways to mitigate possible unconscious and institutional discrimination in your research groups and beyond. Dr. Charity Hudley will also share approaches to addressing solo status, stereotype threat, and the imposter syndrome that actively support students and create inclusive academic environments. The workshop will be candid and interactive.

Participants are invited to submit questions ahead of time as well as to let Dr. Charity Hudley know what resources you’d like available before and after the workshop.


  • Voice: 805.893-7472
  • Fax: 805.893-6132


Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-6105