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How Many Hats Do You Wear: Building Research Capacity for STEM Faculty Development Workshop

Source2017 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

SourceCambridge, MA: Abt Associates.

Author(s): Gamse, B. C., Martinez, A., Bozzi, L., & Didriksen, H.

Changing Institutional Culture through Peer Mentoring of Women STEM Faculty

SourceInnovative Higher Education, 40(2), 143–157.

Author(s): Thomas, N., Bystydzienski, J., & Desai, A.

Using Distance Learning Tools as a Mechanism to Create a STEM Mentoring Opportunity

SourceThe FASEB Journal, 26(1 Supplement), 620–3.

Author(s): Ortiz, P., Duncan-Poitier, J., Groome, M., Hoffman, K., Lansing, J., & Wortel, S.

Building the Capacity of STEM Graduate Students to Mentor in an Informal Afterschool Program

SourceThe FASEB Journal, 30(1 Supplement), 885–4.

Author(s): Matias, A., Ortiz, P., Elphick, G. F., Duncan-Poitier, J., Lansing, J., Groome, M., & Breton, K.

Understanding How Peer Mentoring and Capitalization Link STEM Students to Their Majors

SourceThe Career Development Quarterly, 60(4), 343–354.

Author(s): Holland, J. M., Major, D. A., & Orvis, K. A.

Mentoring Undergraduate Students

SourceASHE Higher Education Report, 43(1), 7–103.

Author(s): Crisp, G., Baker, V. L., Griffin, K. A., Lunsford, L. G., & Pifer, M. J.

Hierarchical Mentoring: A Transformative Strategy for Improving Diversity and Retention in Undergraduate STEM Disciplines

SourceJournal of Science Education and Technology, 21(1), 148–156.

Author(s): Wilson, Z. S., Holmes, L., Sylvain, M. R., Batiste, L., Johnson, M., McGuire, S. Y., Pang, S.S., & Warner, I. M.

Mentoring Undergraduate Research: Student and Faculty Participation in Communities of Practice

Source: Transformative Dialogues: Teaching & Learning Journal, 9(1).

Author(s): Vandermaas-Peeler, M.

Mentoring Women of Color, Particularly in STEM

SourceMentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 24(5), 341–345.

Author(s): Irby, B. J., Boswell, J., Hewitt, K. K., Lynch, J., & Abdelrahman, N.​

In this issue of Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, there are authors from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Spain, and the United States (California, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Tennessee). Though all papers in this issue are not related specifically to mentoring women, two are; therefore, this introduction is on just that—mentoring women.