Mentoring Program

Spanning five continents, we are currently supporting 58 women through mentoring relationships (26 mentors, 32 mentees). This mentoring programme connects established women scholars with emerging women scholars all over the world. The guidelines (including what we mean by established and emerging scholars) and the timeline for this programme can be found by reading the document below. After reading the guidelines, if you would like to be a mentor or mentee, click on the link at the end of the document to enrol in a shortened mentoring programme from Feb 2023-August 2023. We will make matches by the end of February 2023 with the available mentors to that point. If we are short on mentors, we may cluster a few mentees with a single mentor, if possible.

We are very thankful to the John Templeton Foundation for helping fund this initiative as well as the University of St Andrews for reducing the cost of their mentor-matching software so we can make this happen.

Logia’s mentoring programme with undergraduate students at St Mary’s College in 2019.