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Trainee annual evaluation forms and instructions

Procedures for Beginning-of-Year meeting (August-September)

 

Procedures for Beginning-of-Year meeting (August-September)

An initial goal-setting meeting, of the whole mentoring committee, should take place in the Fall of each year. At the meeting, students should present to the committee their proposed goal statement (worked out in advance with the primary mentor), as well as their most recent c.v. The mentoring committee will discuss the goal statement with the trainee, and suggest revisions.

The goal statement should address the following issues:

At the conclusion of the meeting, the mentor and the trainee will revise the goal statement to reflect discussion, and then follow these instructions: (Deadline for electronic submission of materials to Michael Marsiske marsiske@ufl.edu is September 30, 5 pm EST)

A summary of the training meeting should be entered in our new online form, available at this link:

http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=p-7PMs6AxalS_mnIQ1ByTew&hl=en

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Procedures for Mid-year meeting (December-January)

The mid-year meeting is simply a progress check. It chiefly exists to evaluate whether any goals appear to have been over- or under-ambitious, to revise goals based on new information, or to help identify and eliminate any barriers to productivity. Often, this meeting can be held "virtually" (e.g., e-mail consultation, or telephone conference). Deadline for electronic submission of materials to Michael Marsiske marsiske@ufl.edu is January 31, 5 pm EST

At the conclusion of the meeting, the mentor and the trainee will revise the goal statement to reflect discussion, and then follow these instructions:


A summary of the training meeting should be entered in our new online form, available at this link:

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Procedures for End-of-Year meeting (April-May)

The end-of-year meeting is designed to make decisions about a student's continued fit with the training program. For funded students, it is used to make decisions about continued funding. For unfunded students, it provides important data for future fundability. It is also the place to begin planning for the next year. Again, a key purpose is to evaluate whether any goals appear to have been over- or under-ambitious, to revise goals based on new information, or to help identify and eliminate any barriers to productivity. The deadline for submission of materials is usually mid-May.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the mentor and the trainee will revise the goal statement to reflect discussion, and then follow these instructions:

At the conclusion of the meeting, the mentor and the trainee will revise the goal statement to reflect discussion, and then follow these instructions:

  • Trainees should take responsibility for collecting and sending all materials.

A summary of the training meeting should be entered in our new online form, available at this link:

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