Mentor Training with Harlan Jones, PhD, Director for Diversity & International Programs

The Center for Innovative Learning sponsors a four part monthly mentor training series will build upon and enhance your existing mentoring skills. The workshop content will is on the National Research Mentoring Network, which provides evidence-based mentoring development.  The purpose of program is to facilitate the creation of productive and culturally responsive mentoring relationships in the Health Sciences.  The following topics will be covered:  1) Mentoring Best Practices; 2) Mentoring Across Career Stages; 3) Diversity/Culturally Focused Practices; and 4) Sponsorship Skills. This workshop is facilitated by Harlan Jones, PhD, Director for Diversity & International Programs Would you like to attend Sessions 2, 3, & 4? Register Here.

Resources from Part 1:
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Resources from Part 2:

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Macmillan Mentoring Series: http://www.macmillanhighered.com/Catalog/discipline/Biology/EnteringMentoringSeries

Selected Bibliography and Resources Related to Research on The Effectiveness and Impact of Research Mentor-Mentee Relationships

Bauer, K.W., & Bennett, J.S. (2003). Alumni perceptions used to assess undergraduate research experiences. The Journal of Higher Education, 74(2): 210-230.
Berk, R.A, Berg, J., Mortimer, R., Walton-Moss, B. & Yeo, T.P. (2005) Measuring the Effectiveness of Faculty Mentoring Relationships. Academic Medicine, 80(1): 66-71.
Bland, C.J., Taylor, A.L., Shollen, S.L., Weber-Main, A.M., and Mulcahy, P.A. (2009). Faculty Success Through Mentoring. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Branchaw, J., Pfund, C. and Rediske, R. 2010. Entering Research: Workshops for Students Beginning Research in Science.W.H. Freeman & Co., New York.
Balster, N. J., Pfund, C., Rediske, R., & Branchaw, J. L. 2010. Entering Research: A course that creates community and structure for beginning undergraduate researchers in the STEM disciplines. CBE Life Sciences Education, 9: 108-118
Cohen, G. L, Steele, C.M.,and Ross, L.D. (1999). The Mentor’s Dilemma: Providing Critical Feedback Across the Racial Divide. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 25(10): 1302-18.
Clutterbuck, D. and Ragins, Belle Rose. (2002). Mentoring and Diversity. Woburn, MA: Reed Educational and Professional Publishing Ltd.
Eby. L.T., Durley, J.R., Evans, S.C. & Ragins, B.R. (2006). The relationship between short-term mentoring benefits and long-term mentor outcomes. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69: 424-44.
Ferreria, M.M. (2002) The Research Lab: A Chilly Place for Graduate Women. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. Vol. 8.
George, Y.S. and Neale, D. (2006) Report from Study Group Meeting to Develop a Research and Action Agenda on STEM Career and Workforce Mentoring. Report from AAAS; Directorate for Education and Human Resources Programs.

Resources from Part 3

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