Peer Mentoring

Connect with high-achieving postgraduate and HDR student mentors for support in academic skills and to help find your way around Griffith services.

*Peer Mentoring is run from Week 1 – 12. Support is offered outside of teaching weeks for HDRs.

Drop in Sessions (11am – 1pm)

Nathan

Mondays & Thursdays
@ Cafe Rossa

Mt Gravatt

Tuesdays
@ M28 Cafe

Southbank

Wednesdays
@ Bake ‘n Grind

Logan

Per Appointment
( gupsa@griffith.edu.au )
@ BrookCafe

Online Sessions (7pm – 9pm)

Monday – Wednesday via Facebook

Meet your Mentors

Kimmim Sinhaseni

Kimmim Sinhaseni comes from Thailand and has graduated from BSC and MS at Chiang Mai University, and 7 year working experience with academic institute, non-profit organisation and policy making group. Now she is studying PhD in the School of Environment and Scince, and the part of Environmental Future Research Institute (EFRI) at Griffith University. Her research area is in forest ecology and environmental economics and her research topic is “The values of wild pollination services on tropical fruit production”. She works for Griffith as a workshop facilitator at the central mentoring program and Griffithmates (Griffith International and marketing). She is the founder of Griffith Thai student association club and exclusive committee. Furthermore, she leads as the team instructor of Political Ecology of Forests subject for the International Sustainable Development Studies Institute (ISDI) which is an American institute based in Thailand. Kimmim teaches American college students who have exchange programs in Thailand by using the community-based learning approach. Apart from her study, she has been selected to be an international student ambassador for Brisbane Marketing, city council on 2016, and a committee with Thai-Australian Association of Queensland In. 

Jeawon Kim

Jeawon received a Bachelor of Business (1st class Honours) and Psychological Science degree at GU in 2016 and continued her study with Doctor of Philosophy degree. She is a PhD Candidate (Social Marketing @ Griffith) and project manager for Waste Not Want Not. Her research interest is in tackling food waste through the application of marketing.  Jeawon is mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students at Griffith since 2014.

Ida Mörk Larsson

Ida is doing her PhD in Government & International Relations here at Griffith. She has been around in one way or another since 2012 (thankfully not all of that time has been spent on her PhD). Ida is an experienced mentor and passionate about student support and professional development. Outside of the HDR experience, Ida is passionate about video games, horses, debating, and coffee.

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