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Faculty Mentoring Program
"Reading the literature on faculty mentoring underscored the importance of establishing best practices in SCSE to improve faculty development, satisfaction, and retention." Dr. Julie R. Etterson, Professor, Department of Biology
Selected Published Studies
Cole, M. W. 2014. Turning the STEM Tide: An Approach for Mentoring Young Women on How to Thrive in STEM Careers. DTIC Document.
Gandhi, M. and M. Johnson. 2016. Creating more effective mentors: mentoring the mentor. AIDS Behav. 20:294-303.
Johnson, M. O. and M. Gandhi. 2015. A mentor training program improves mentoring competency for researchers working with early-career investigators from underrepresented backgrounds. Advances in Health Sciences Education 20:683-689.
Morrison, L. J., E. Lorens, G. Bandiera, W. C. Liles, L. Lee, R. Hyland, H. Mcdonald-Blumer, J. P. Allard, D. M. Panisko, and E. J. Heathcote. 2014. Impact of a formal mentoring program on academic promotion of Department of Medicine faculty: a comparative study. Medical teacher 36:608-614.
Pfund, C., S. C. House, P. Asquith, M. F. Fleming, K. A. Buhr, E. L. Burnham, J. M. E. Gilmore, W. C. Huskins, R. McGee, and K. Schurr. 2014. Training mentors of clinical and translational research scholars: a randomized controlled trial. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 89:774.
Sambunjak, D., S. E. Straus, and A. Marusic. 2010. A systematic review of qualitative research on the meaning and characteristics of mentoring in academic medicine. J. Gen. Intern. Med. 25:72-78.