We all know that advisors can make or break your graduate experience. Good advisors guide you as you select everything from the right course to a compelling thesis or dissertation topic. Your advisor also mentors you as you explore your career options and apply for jobs. They can play a key role in your professional network as a primary contact. A new academic year has begun, and you might be thinking about how you can find the right advisor. Or you might be wondering what you can do to jumpstart a somewhat weak relationship with your advisor. GSAS has some advice to help you as you grapple with this issue.

How to Identify and Select the Right Mentor

Creating a Successful Relationship: Responsibilities of the Mentor and Mentee