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|Tips That Work: STEM Mentoring Resources||
Ninety-five people attended the National Science Foundation (NSF) webinar recording of "Tips That Work!: Advice from Award-Winning STEM Mentors" on March 7.
|Louis Stokes Midwest Center for Excellence (LSMCE) Broaden Participation in STEM||
Louis Stokes Midwest Center of Excellence is a National Science Foundation-funded project whose mission is to broaden the participation of underrepresented minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
This channel contains videos for faculty and mentors of URM students to create learning programs and environments that support their mission.
|Successful STEM Mentoring Initiatives for Underrepresented Students||
Source: Successful STEM Mentoring Initiatives for Underrepresented Students: A Research-Based Guide for Faculty and Administrators. Stylus Publishing, LLC.
Author(s): Packard, B. W.-L.
|How Many Hats Do You Wear: Building Research Capacity for STEM Faculty Development Workshop||
Source: 2017 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition.
Author(s): Lee, D. M., Stefl, S. K., Linder, S., Lee, C. M., Jamil, F. M., & High, K. A
|Defining a Research Agenda for STEM Corps: Working White Paper||
Source: Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates.
Author(s): Gamse, B. C., Martinez, A., Bozzi, L., & Didriksen, H.
|Changing Institutional Culture through Peer Mentoring of Women STEM Faculty||
Source: Innovative Higher Education, 40(2), 143–157.
Author(s): Thomas, N., Bystydzienski, J., & Desai, A.
|Mentoring Undergraduate Students||
Source: ASHE Higher Education Report, 43(1), 7–103.
Author(s): Crisp, G., Baker, V. L., Griffin, K. A., Lunsford, L. G., & Pifer, M. J.
|Mentoring Undergraduate Research: Student and Faculty Participation in Communities of Practice||
Source: Transformative Dialogues: Teaching & Learning Journal, 9(1).
Author(s): Vandermaas-Peeler, M.
|Integrative Approach for a Transformative Freshman-Level STEM Curriculum||
Source: Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 13(2), 47.
Author(s): D’Souza, M. J., Curran, K. L., Olsen, P. E., Nwogbaga, A. P., & Stotts, S.
|Strategies And Initiatives That Revitalize Wesley College STEM Programs||
Source: Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 12(3), 195–208.
Author(s): D’Souza, M. J., Kroen, W. K., Stephens, C. B., & Kashmar, R. J.
|In Their Own Words: Cheryl Schrader||
Dr. Cheryl Schrader, former chancellor, Missouri University of Science and Technology, (PAESMEM 2005), who became president of Wright State University in Ohio on July 1, discusses the importance of role models and experiential learning in helping to broaden participation among underrepresented groups and women.
|In Their Own Words: James Cotter||
Dr. James Cotter, professor of geology at the University of Minnesota, Morris, (PAESMEM 2000), who mentors undergraduate students, including Native Americans and women, outlines tips for effective mentoring, including learning together, listening and cross-cultural understanding.
|Defining Attributes and Metrics of Effective Research Mentoring Relationships (April 2016)||
Despite evidence of mentoring’s importance in training researchers, studies to date have not yet determined which mentoring relationships have the most impact and what specific factors in those mentoring relationships contribute to key outcomes, such as the commitment to and persistence in research career paths for emerging researchers from diverse populations.
|Mentoring for Academic Careers in Engineering||
Proceedings of the 2004 PAESMEM/ Stanford School of Engineering Workshop.
Editors: Eve Riskin, Mari Ostendorf, Pamela Cosman, Michelle Effros, Jia Li, Sheila Hemami, Robert Gray.
|Entering Mentoring: A Seminar to Train a New Generation of Scientists||
"The goal of the seminar outlined in this manual is to accelerate the process of learning to be a mentor. The seminar provides mentors with an intellectual framework to guide them, an opportunity to experiment with various methods, and a forum in which to solve mentoring dilemmas with the help of their peers. Discussing mentoring issues during the seminar provides every mentor with experience—direct or indirect—working with diverse students, tackling a range of mentoring challenges, and considering a myriad of possible solutions."
|Mentoring for Engineering Academia II||
Proceedings of a 2007 workshop at the Banff International Research Station. Editors: Robert Gray, Sheila Hemami, Eve Riskin, Rabab Ward, Suzanne Brainard, Pamela Cosman, Norman Fortenberry, Janet Rutledge, Telle Whitney.
Robert Gray is a 2002 PAESMEM awardee, and Suzanne Brainard is a 1998 awardee (representing the Women in Engineering Program at the University of Washington)