New study explores how online mentoring can benefit young professors’ professional growth

Dorner, H., Misic, G., & Rymarenko, M. (2021). Online mentoring for academic practice:  Strategies, implications, and innovations. Annals of the New York Academy of  Sciences, 1483(1), 98–111. Summarized by Ariel Ervin Notes of Interest:  There is a need for higher education institutions to utilize new strategies to help young faculty members adapt to their […]

The impact latino professional development mentoring has in higher education

Salinas, C., Riley, P., Camacho, L., & Floyd, D. L. (2020). Mentoring Experiences and Perceptions of Latino Male Faculty in Higher Education. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 42(1), 117–140. Summarized by Ariel Ervin Notes of Interest:  Several institutes of higher education that make an effort to support their Latino students tend to overlook the […]

Learning from the field of work-based mentoring.

For decades, the fields of youth mentoring and work-based mentoring have operated on parallel tracks–covering the same terrain but somehow unaffected by of each other. With few exceptions (e.g., the excellent  Blackwell Handbook of Mentoring, which is edited by Professors Tammy Brown and Lillian Eby), disciplinary boundaries have gotten in the way of learning what others are doing […]