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Mentoring at minority serving institutions : theory, design, practice and impact

Author: Jeton McClinton
Publisher: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2018]
Series: Perspectives in mentoring.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The primary thrust of the proposed volume is to provide information for higher education minority serving institutions (MSIs) and other institutions and individuals interested in providing and/or improving mentoring programs and services to a variety of target groups. The editors are interested in how mentorship can produce beneficial outcomes for the mentor that may be similar to or different from outcomes in  Read more...
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Mentoring at minority serving institutions.
Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2018]
(DLC) 2018027765
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeton McClinton
ISBN: 9781641132770 1641132779 9781641132787 1641132787
OCLC Number: 1040206102
Description: xiii, 426 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction. Section I: Gender Focused Mentoring Programs. Faculty Women of Color: Peer Mentoring in a Virtual Community of Practice, Hilda Cecilia Contreras Aguirre and Dessynie Edwards. Filling the Void: Redesigning Education by Integrating Proven Mentoring Support Systems That Help Students Persist, Maricela Gonzalez-Silva. No Role Models: The Experience of Black and Latino Men in a Mentorship Program at a Two-Year Hispanic Serving Institution, Lazaro Camacho, Jr., Kayla C. Elliott, and Cristobal Salinas. The RED Owl Collaborative: Leveraging Sisterhood and Social Justice, Janeula M. Burt and Erinn Fears Floyd. Section II: Graduate Students Mentoring Programs. African American Mentoring Program: A Soft Place to Land for African American Graduate Students, Beverly Booker Ammah, Nicole Belisle, and Tonika Duren Green. Culture Shock: Promoting Mentoring and Professional Development for African American Doctoral Student Success, Sheila D. Moore. Mentoring Graduate Students For Success: The Necessity of Hogar, Babette M. Benken and Bryan A. Rodriguez. Student Perspectives of Mentor Relationships: The Extent to Which Social Work Doctoral Students Are Impacted by Mentor Ideals and Types, Kenya C. Jones and Nilajah M. Nyasuma Sims. Section III: Health Professions And Stem Mentoring ProgramsClosing the Gap: An NSF-Funded Multi- Faceted Mentoring Approach to Reducing the Barriers to Academic Success for Underrepresented STEM Majors, Mark A. Melton, Tyrell Carr, Alieu Wurie, Marino Green, Doreen Cunningham, and Grace Byfield. Moving the Needle: A Peer Mentoring Program Impacting Graduation Rates for Underrepresented College Students in STEM, Margie Vela, Melissa K. Demetrikopoulos, Mazen Shahin, and Melissa A. Harrington. NanoHU: A Model of Community Mentoring for STEM Excellence at Hampton University, Michelle O. Fletcher Claville, Sainath Babu, and Brandon C. Parker. STEM Mentoring Programs to Prepare Career Scientists at San Francisco State University, Frank Bayliss, Alan Peterfreund, and Ken Rath. Section IV: Programming Frameworks Mentoring. An Academic Mentor/Protege Cross Cultural Theory and Practice: A Case Study, Daniel Amber and Suzanne Franco. Solving Undergraduate Retention Through Mentoring: A Case Study, Leigh Remy, Debbi Johnson-Rais, and Jessica Cornely. Strengths-Based Peer Mentoring: Collectivist Principles in Action, Gloria Aquino Sosa and Tracy Pascua Dea. Section V: Student Focused Mentoring Programs. Empowering Underrepresented First -Generation College Students Through Peer Mentoring in a Hispanic Service Institution, Elsa Gonzalez, Hilda-Cecilia Contreras-Aguirre, Stephen Luis, and Roman Torres. Increasing Cross-Campus Engagement: Understanding Student Athletes Through Faculty Mentorship, Tiese Roxbury. Section VI: Teacher Education And School Administration Mentoring Programs. Mentoring Black Pre-Service Teachers to the Classroom: An Othermothering/Otherparenting Approach, Lynnette Mawhinney and Emery Petchauer. !Si, Se Puede! Creating Developmental, Relational Mentoring Networks for Future School Leaders, Kathleen Cowin. About the Contributors.
Series Title: Perspectives in mentoring.
Responsibility: edited by Jeton McClinton, David S.B. Mitchell, Tyrell Carr, Mark A. Melton, Gerunda B. Hughes.

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