2021-22 APWiL Mentoring Program Participants
The Asia Pacific Women in Leadership (APWiL) Mentoring Program is a year-long commitment matching a mentor and mentee from one of the participating Associationa of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) member universities. Each participating institution can be represented by up to two mentors and two mentees. Institutions nominate the same number of mentors as mentees in order to ensure that there are even numbers in the program.
UC Davis Mentors
- Cynthia Carter Ching, interim vice provost and dean, Undergraduate Education, and professor of learning and mind sciences, School of Education
- Jennifer Curtis, distinguished professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering
- Lisa Tell, professor of medicine and epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine
UC Davis Mentees
- Norkamari Shakira Bandolin, assistant clinical professor of emergency medicine, director of global health division and fellowship, School of Medicine
- Christine McBeth, assistant clinical professor of emergency medicine, School of Medicine
- Cecilia Tsu, associate professor, Department of History, College of Letters and Science
- Visit the APRU APWiL Mentoring webpage for a full list of all participants from the pilot program cohort.