Editor’s Blog

Opportunity (and mentor) hoarding in America

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by Matthew Hagler & Jean Rhodes The latest admissions…

How to win friends and influence mentees

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by Jean Rhodes Nearly 80 years after its publication, Dale Carnegie's How…

Professors Are Prejudiced, Too

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A recent study, conducted by Katherine Milkman and her colleagues,…

Psychological growth in the aftermath of trauma

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by Jean Rhodes The marathon bombing occurred one year…

College admissions and the "rich, inexpressible joy" of mentoring

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by Jean Rhodes In Jon Katz’s book Geeks, he chronicles the…

Expressing (and accepting) gratitude in the new year

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By Jean Rhodes A few years ago, my doctoral student and I…

From Supermarket Tomatoes to Apples: Aligning growth and quality through evidence

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by Jean Rhodes In 2006, David DuBois and I wrote a report about…

Transitioning to adulthood amidst uncertainty: How apprenticeships can help

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by Jean Rhodes Coming of age has never been more confusing.…

On Manny, A-Rod, and mentors

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A few years ago, I immersed myself in a most unexpected project---an authorized…

New research (and a story) about teachers

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Sometimes a simple anecdote can illustrate a point far better…

Why we study: Confessions of a mentoring researcher

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Most mentoring researchers hold advanced degrees in psychology…

A difficult week in Boston

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Since last Monday, my city--and presumably the nation--has witnessed…