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LUCSUS launches new mentorship programme for researchers

On May 15, LUCSUS successfully kicked off our new mentorship programme for researchers. The purpose of the program is to offer leadership development to selected researchers of the strategic research area Sustainable Development, and to boost career development within academia.
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Gender, diversity and intersectionality are focus areas of the program. The target group is postdocs and early or mid-career researchers at LUCSUS. 

The mentorship programme includes mentor-mentee meetings, seminars for the mentees on personal leadership and communication, leading with trust and networking, diversity, gender and norms within academia as well as tailed workshops on mentoring and coaching tools for the mentors. 

The mentorship programme is running 2019-2020 and is led by Katarina Billing, INDEA. Katarina is a certified Psychologist and Coach with extensive experience from leading mentorship programmes within and outside academia and at Lund University. 

The programme is funded by Lund University, via USV (Universitetets särskilda verksamheter). 

For questions regarding the programme please contact the mentorship programme coordinator at LUCSUS:
Charlotta Kjöllerström: charlotta [dot] kjollerstrom [at] lucsus [dot] lu [dot] se, +46 46 222 03 85 

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