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Mentoring Resources

Alvarez, A. N., Blume, A. W., Cervantes, J. M., Thomas, L. R. (2009). Tapping the wisdom tradition: essential elements to mentoring students of color. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 40(2), 181-188.

Davidson, M. N. & Foster-Johnson, L. (2001). Mentoring in the preparation of graduate researchers of color. Review of Educational Research. 71(4), 549-574.

Dedrick, R. F. & Watson, F. (2002). Mentoring needs of female, minority, and international graduate students: a content analysis of academic research guides and related printed material. Mentoring & Tutoring. 10(3), 275-289.

Herzig, A. H. (2004). Becoming mathematicians: women and students of color choosing and leaving doctoral mathematics. Review of Educational Research. 74(2), 171-214.

Holley, K. A. & Caldwell, M. L. (2011). The challenges of designing and implementing a doctoral student mentoring program. Innov High Educ. 37, 243-253.

Kram, K. E. (1983). Phases of the mentor relationship. The Academy of Management Journal. 26(4), 608-625.

Mullen, C.A. 2006. A graduate student guide: making the most of mentoring. Lanham, MA, Rowan & Littlefield Education.

Rockquemore, K. A. (2011). Don’t Talk About Mentoring. In Inside Higher Ed. Retrieved October 3, 2011, from

Schnaiberg, A. (2005). Mentoring graduate students: going beyond the formal role structure. The American Sociologist. 36(2), 28-42.

Thomas, K. M., Willis, L. A., & Davis, J. (2007). Mentoring minority graduate students: issues and strategies for institutions, faculty, and students. Equal Opportunities International. 26(3), 178-192.

Zellers, D. F., Howard, V. M., and Barcic, M. A. (2008). Faculty mentoring programs: reenvisioning rather than reinventing the wheel. Review of Educational Research. 78(3), 522-588.

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