The University of New Mexico's Mentoring Institute, in partnership with the International Mentoring Association and UNM Title-V Initiatives holds its 4th annual conference on mentoring, Wednesday-Friday, Oct. 26-28 at the Student Union Building (SUB) ballroom located at the main campus.

This year's theme is "Learning Across Disciplines." The intent is to bring together mentoring professionals from around the world who offer practical applications, high quality research, hands-on workshops, and demonstrations of innovative approaches and developments in learning and performance through the establishment of mentoring relationships.

The keynote speaker is David Clutterbuck, co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. He is one of Europe's most prolific and well-known writers and thinkers with more than 50 books and hundreds of articles published on cutting edge management, mentoring and coaching themes.

The deadline to submit an abstract is Friday, July 15. The deadline to register for the conference is Monday, Sept. 26. Early payment fee is $200, if paid before June 15. Tuition remission is available for UNM faculty and staff.

For more conference prices and information, visit UNM Mentoring Conference.