01 Feb Kristina Kaljo, PhD, Accepted into the Community Engaged Scholars: Mentoring Network
The Office of the Senior Associate Dean for Community Engagement (CE) and the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Engagement Core has selected the second cohort of the Community Engaged Scholars: Mentoring Network.
Mentors are experienced researchers in community engaged research who are providing their time and experience to cultivate the next generation of leaders in community engagement and health research. Mentees will build their capacity and leadership skills to advance the art and science of community engagement.
Through the Community Engaged Scholars: Mentoring Network, mentees receive mentoring tailored to multiple levels of experience, ensuring each mentee will finish the program with a better understanding of and stronger orientation for community engagement. Mentees are individuals with an affinity for community engagement, who have expressed interest in further building their capacity and leadership skills in community engaged research.
Dr. Kristina Kaljo was one of those who have been accepted as a mentee. Please join us in congratulating her!