BassAZ Posted July 29, 2011 Share Posted July 29, 2011 In short, the PIs in my program have been asked to think outside the box because there are a number of students vying for labs that don't have the funding to accommodate all of them joining. Because of this, I have two PIs that are interested in co-mentoring me; I've talked to a few people about the benefits versus pit-falls but I haven't encountered anyone that currently is doing this here at school. Anyone had good/bad experiences with this? I can understand that it would be a little awkward now having TWO people giving me routes to take and I can also see problems with the PIs locking horns about where to take the research - I am not worried about that because these two have worked well over the years and my personality is such that I can take a project and incorporate different ideas to twist them integrating all of the general ideas given to me. I'm just trying to see if there's anything I'm missing that could be a great/horrendous aspect of this arrangement. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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