2019 Higher Education Mentoring Roundtable

June 18th - June 19th, 2019

The Notre Dame Center for Career Development looks forward to hosting the 2019 Higher Education Mentoring Roundtable. Please see additional information about the Roundtable below. 

Application

Participation in the Roundtable is through an application and selection process. The application will be available in late January. 

If accepted as a participant, secure your spot at the 2019 Roundtable by completing the logistics google form and submitting your deposit via the provided link. 

Travel to Notre Dame

Check this link here for details about traveling to Notre Dame. South Bend International Airport (SBN) is the closest, however, Chicago airports are within a 2 hour drive. South Bend/Notre Dame has both Uber and Lyft. 

** Please note that the US Senior Open will be hosted at the University of Notre Dame the full week following the Roundtable. We strongly recommend arranging your travel as early as possible. If you plan to participate in US Senior Open events yet need to work remote, we can reserve an interview room for you to use the few days following the roundtable. 

Hotels

Room Blocks have been reserved at the following, however there are many other hotels surrounding campus if you'd prefer to stay elsewhere. Ask for the block under the Mentoring Roundtable name hosted by ND Career Development 

Inn at St. Mary's - call in and ask for a room within the ND Career Development block - a shuttle is available for transportation to and from the Duncan Student Center

Fairfield Inn and Suites - use this link here to reserve your room at the block rate of $123/night + tax

 

Roundtable Events and Timeline

Location: the roundtable will meet in the Center for Career Development on the 5th floor of the Duncan Student Center

A timeline of events is yet to come. Please check back in late January.

 

Questions?

For questions about travel, roundtable expectations, or previous roundtable content, contact Mary Flynt - maryflynt@nd.edu | 574-631-5148

 

 

 


History of the Higher Education Roundtable

The Roundtable was first imagined by staff members at Northwestern University and Stanford University back in 2013. After benchmarking, getting to know each other and hearing the same questions from many colleagues, both institutions thought it would be useful to get a group of staff together from all over the US to discuss what mentorship programs they were running specifically for student and alumni populations. They envisioned a small group roundtable to provide ample opportunity for meaningful dialogue around mentoring in higher education, including sharing of ideas, models, and concepts. The first Roundtable was held in 2014 at Stanford University with six institutions attending. In 2015 the Roundtable grew to 12 institutions and the group met at Northwestern University. In 2016, the Roundtable was held at Amherst College with 14 institutions attending. The Roundtable continues to be an incredible opportunity for networking, learning from one another, and what previous attendees have referred to as “the best professional development opportunity I’ve attended in years”.

Mission

The Mentorship in Higher Education Roundtable exists to bring administrators of university mentoring programs together annually to discuss current program offerings and share best practices.

Purpose

The purpose of the roundtable is to give group members the opportunity to both share their own knowledge and learn from their colleagues on a wide range of topics related to successfully administering and growing a mentoring program. This roundtable is designed for members who have launched a mentoring program at their institution and are looking to grow and improve their program. Whether your program is new or established, housed within the Career Center or within Alumni Relations, large or small, this meeting will bring us together to share information, offer support, and focus on solutions. 

 

2019 Planning Committee

Dana DePasquale - Chatham University 

Dan DeWeerdt - Marquette University 

Mary Flynt - University of Notre Dame

Lauren Henry - Carnegie Mellon University

Sharon Keane - University of Notre Dame

Jamie Monville - University of Michigan