Institutional Conversations on Importance of Mentoring
Watch: Mentoring in the Academy: Establishing and Sustaining Developmental Networks.
Harvard's Office of Faculty Development and Diversity (FD&D).
Examples of Exemplary Junior Faculty Mentoring Programs
- NYU Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development Junior Faculty Mentoring Program
- Georgetown University Medical Center Faculty Mentoring Program
- Stanford Medical School – Faculty Mentoring Program
- University of California San Diego-Faculty Mentoring Program
- University of Michigan- Center for Research on Teaching and Learning
- Oregon Health and Science University- Lead Mentor Program
Links to University Resources and Guides for Mentors and Mentees
- Association for Women in Science
- University of Maryland- Mentoring Junior Faculty: A Guide for Mentors (and Mentees)
- Brown University- One-to-One Faculty Mentoring Program Guide for Participants
- Georgetown University Medical Center- Faculty Mentoring Program: Guidelines for Mentors and Mentees
- Pennsylvania State University - Best and Worst Practices in Mentoring ‘Minority’ Faculty
- University of Arizona - NSF ADVANCE Program- Annotated Bibliography on Mentoring
- ADVANCE, University of Michigan (2009). Giving and getting career advice: A guide for junior and senior faculty. Ann Arbor, MI. Pamela J. Smock and Robin Stephenson.
- Allen, T.D., Day, R., & Lentz, E. (2005). The role of interpersonal comfort in mentoring relationships. Journal of Career Development, 31(3), 155–169
- Ambrose, S., Huston, T., & Norman, M. (2005). A qualitative method for assessing faculty satisfaction. Research in Higher Education, 46(7), 803-830.
- Blake Beard, S., Bayne, M.L., Crosby, F.J., & Muller, C.B. (2011). Matching by race and gender in mentoring relationships: Keeping our eyes on the prize. Journal of Social Issues 67(3), 622-643.
- Bland, C. J., Taylor, A. L., Shollen, S. L., Weber-Martin, A. M., & Mulcahy, P. A. (2009). Faculty success through mentoring: A guide for mentors, mentees and leaders. Lanham, MA: Rowman and Littlefield Education in partnership with the American Council on Education.
- Boice, R. (1992). The new faculty member: Supporting and fostering professional development. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Inc.
- Carey, E.C., &Weissman, D.E., (2010). Understanding and finding mentorship: A review for junior faculty. Journal of Palliative Medicine 13(11),1373-1379.
- Chesler, N. C., & Chesler, M. (2002). Gender-informed mentoring strategies for women engineering scholars: On establishing a caring community. Journal of Engineering Education, 91(1), 49-55.
- Cleveland, J. N., Stockdale, M., Murphy, K. R. (Eds). (2000). Women and men in organizations: Gender issues at work. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- Cooper TL (2006). The Sista’ network: African-American women faculty successfully negotiating the road to tenure. Boston: Anker Publishing.
- Daly, C. J., & Dee, J. R. (2006). Greener pastures: Faculty turnover intent in urban public universities. Journal of Higher Education, 77(5), 776-803.
- Dalox, L.A. (1986). Effective teaching and mentoring. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Inc.
- Dooris M.J., Guidos, M. (2006). Tenure achievement rates at research universities. Presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL.
- Ensher, E. A., & Murphy, S. E. (1997). Effects of race, gender, perceived similarity, and contact on mentor relationships. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 50 (3), 460−481.
- Evans, C. (1995). Faculty development in a changing academic environment. Academy of Medicine, 70(1),14-20.
- Farrell, S. E., N. M. Digioia, et al. (2004). Mentoring for clinician-educators. Academy of Emergency Medicine 11(12), 1346-50.
- Fox, M.F., & Fonesca, C. (2006). Gender and mentoring of faculty in science and engineering: Individual and organizational factors. International Journal of Learning and Change 1(4), 460-472
- Freeman, R. (1997). Information shared in mentoring must remain confidential, British Medical Journal, 314(7074), 149.
- Gonzales-Rodriguez, Y. E. (1995). Mentoring to diversity: A multicultural approach. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, (66) 69–77.
- Gerves, J.E., Zepeda, Y. & Gwantley, J.K. (2005). Mentoring in a Post –Affirmative Action world. Journal of Social Issues, 61(3), 441-479.
- Haring, M. J. (1999). The case for a conceptual base for minority mentoring programs. Peabody Journal of Education, 74(2), 5-14.
- Higgins, M. C., & Kram, K. E. (2001). Reconceptualizing mentoring at work: A developmental network perspective. Academy of Management Review. 26, 264-268.
- Jackson, V.A., Palepu, A., Szalacha, L., Cashwell, C., Carr, P.L. & Inui, T. (2003). ‘Having the right chemistry’: A qualitative study of mentoring in academic medicine. Academy of Medicine, 78(3), 328-334
- Kark, R., & Shilo-Dubnov, R. (2007). The effects of gender on protégés perceptions of mentoring relationships in Israeli academia. Megamot, 44, 707-735.
- Kram, K. E. (1988). Mentoring at work: Developmental relationships in organizational life. New York, NY: University Press of America.
- Mayer, A.P., Files, J. A., Ko, M. G., & Blair, J. E. (2008). Academic advancement of women in medicine: Do socialized gender differences have a role in mentoring? Mayo Clinical Procedures 83(2), 204-7.
- Moses, Y.T. (1989). Black women in academe: Issues and concerns. (ERIC Document No. ED 311817).
- Ragins, B.R. (1997). Diversified mentoring relationships in organizations: A power perspective. Academy of Management Review 22(2), 482-521.
- Ragins, B. R. & Cotton, J. L. (1999). Mentor functions and outcomes: A comparison of men and women in formal and informal mentoring relationships. Journal of Applied Psychology, 84, 529-550.
- Ramanan, R.A., Phillips, R.S., Davis, R.B., Silen,W. & Reede, J.Y. (2002). Mentoring in medicine: Keys to satisfaction. American Journal of Medicine, 112(4), 336–341.
- Rosser, S.V. (2006). Senior women scientists overlooked and understudies? Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 12, 275–293
- Roth, L.M., (2000). The Champions Project: A two-tiered mentoring approach to faculty development, Academy of Medicine, (75) 553-554.
- Savage, H. E., Karp, R. S., & Logue, R. (2004). Faculty mentorship at colleges and universities. College Teaching 52(1), 21-24.
- Seibert, S. (1999). The effectiveness of facilitated mentoring: A longitudinal quasi-experiment. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 54, 483-502.
- Sorcinelli, M. D. & Yun, J. H. (2007). From mentors to mentoring networks: Mentoring in the new academy. Change Magazine, 39(6), 58-61.
- Stenken, J. A., & Zajicek, A. M. (2010). The Importance of asking, mentoring and building networks for academic career success - A personal and social science perspective. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 396(2), 541-546.
- NYU Steinhardt (2013). Suggested topics of discussion for mentor/mentee. Retrieved from http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/faculty_affairs/juniorfacultymentoring/topics
- Tillman, L.C. (2001). Mentoring African American faculty in predominantly White institutions. Research in Higher Education, 42(3), 295-325
- Widick, C. & Simpson, D. (1978). Developmental concepts in college instruction. In C.A. Parker (ED.), Encouraging development in college students (pp. 27-59). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
- Welsch O.M., (1997). An examination of effective mentoring models in academe. Diversity in Higher Education. 1, 41–62.
- Zerzan, J.T., Hess, R., Schur, E., Phillips, R. S., Rigotti, N. (2009). Making the most of mentors: A guide for mentees. Academy of Medicine, 84:140-144.