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PhD Mentoring Policies and Resources

The Johns Hopkins University has a commitment to quality mentoring of PhD students, in support of the mission of excellence in PhD education at Johns Hopkins. As such, the University requires every PhD-granting school to annually distribute the JHU Mentorship Commitments of Faculty Advisors and PhD Students to their students and faculty, and also engage in additional activities to support a climate of excellence in mentoring. 

Mentoring is a central component of graduate and post-doctoral training, and trainees and faculty at Johns Hopkins work together to contribute to a positive mentoring relationship and a culture of support University-wide.  Each of the divisions of the University has unique initiatives and programs in place to support good mentoring, as well as a point person within each PhD program or department to whom students can go if they have questions or concerns related to their faculty advisor.


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