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First-Hand Perspectives from a Mentor-Protégé Pair

B. Atwell (1) and D. R. Lineback (2). (1) Cargill Incorporated, Minnetonka, MN, U.S.A. (2) University of Maryland, College Park, MD, U.S.A. Cereal Foods World 55(5):246-248.

Mentoring undoubtedly has the ability to impact a career and can be essential to your success. The AACC International Mentoring Program is run by the Professional Development Panel and overseen by Mentoring Program Chair Bill Atwell. The program connects younger members of the association with experienced grain scientists. Atwell enthusiastically started the program six years ago, being a long-time proponent of mentoring and has since helped facilitate more than 60 mentor/protégé pairings. To understand Atwell’s interest for the program and discover how just one person can change a career, one has to look no further than the long-time relationship between Atwell and his mentor, David Lineback. Here, Atwell and Lineback share their personal story of how mentoring has affected their careers and lives.


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