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Mentoring Bibliography

Adams, H. G. (1992). Mentoring: An essential factor in the doctoral process for minority students. Notre Dame: The GEM Program.

Anderson, E. M., & Shannon, A. L. (1988). Toward a conceptualization of mentoring. Journal of Teacher Education, 39(1), 38-42.

Bargar, R. R., & Mayo-Chamberlain, J. (1983). Advisor and Advisee Issues in Doctoral Education. Journal of Higher Education, 54, 407-432.

Beyene, T., Anglin, M., Sanchez, W., & Ballou, M. (2002). Mentoring and relational mutuality: Protégés' presepectives. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 41(1), 87-102.

Blake-Beard, S. D. (2001). Taking a hard look at formal mentoring programs: A consideration of potential challenges facing women. Journal of Management Development, 20(4), 331-345.

Brainard, S. G., Harkus, D. A., & St. George, M. R. (1998). A curriculum for Training Mentors and Mentees: Guide for Administrators. Seattle, WA: WEPAN Western Regional Center, University of Washington.

Cahill, L., & Blanchard, S. R. (2001). GWA Mentoring Handbook. from http://www.asu.edu/clubs/gwa/

Cesa, I. L., & Fraser, S. C. (1989 ). A method for encouraging the development of good mentor-protégé relationships. Teaching of Psychology, 16, 125-128.

Chandler , C. (1996). Mentoring and Women in Academia: Reevaluating the traditional model. NWSA Journal, 8, 79-100.

Chao, G. T., Waltz, P. M., & Gardner, P. D. (1992). Formal and Informal Mentorships: A comparison of mentoring functions and contrast with nonmentored counterparts. Personnel Psychology, 45, 316-319.

Clow, E. (2003). Ten Steps to Online Advisor Training. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Cole, A. (1994). A Call for More Active Mentoring. The Graduate Post, Spring 1994, 11.

Cusanovich, M., & Gilliland, M. (1991). Mentoring: The Faculty-Graduate Student Relationship. CGS Communicator, May-June 1991.

Davis, K. J. (2003). Advisor Training and Development Workshops. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Davis, O. L. (2001). Editorial: A view of authentic mentorship. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 17(1), 1-4.

desJardins, M. (1994). How to succeed in graduate school: A guide for Students and Advisors. Crossroads.

Friedman, N. (1987). Mentors and Supervisors: Doctoral Advising of Foreign and U.S. Graduate Students. New York: Institute of International Education.

Frierson, H. T. J. (Ed.). (1996). Mentoring and Diversity in Higher Education (Vol. 1). Greenwich, CN: JAI Press.

Gaff, J. G., Pruitt-Logan, A. S., & Weibl, R. A. (2000). Building the Faculty We Need: Colleges and Universities Working Together. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities and the Council of Graduate Schools.

Gaffney, N. A. (Ed.). (1995). A Conversation about Mentoring: Trends and Models. Washington D.C.: Council of Graduate Schools.

Gail, L. (2003). Enhancement of Mentor Selection Using the Ideal Mentor Scale. Research in Higher Education, 44(4), 473-495.

Green, S. G., & Bauer, T. N. (1995). Supervisory Mentoring by Advisors: Relationships with Doctoral Student Potential, Productivity and Commitment. Personnel Psychology, 48, 537-561.

Groomes, F. L. (1999). The league of mentors: A strategy beyond the faculty handbook. In C. A. Mullen & D. W. Lick (Eds.), New directions in mentoring: Creating a culture of synergy (pp. 78-86). London: Falmer.

Hargreaves, A., & Fullan, M. (2000). Mentoring into the new millenium. Theory into Practice, 39(1), 50-56.

Herman, L., & A., M. (2004). From teaching to mentoring: Principle and practice, dialogue and life in adult education. London: Routledge Falmer.

Jipson, J., & Paley, N. (2000). Because no one gets there alone: Collaboration as co-mentoring. Theory into Practice, 39(1), 36-42.

Johnson, C. (2003). Voice of Experience: Advising University. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Johnson, W. B. (2002). The Intentional Mentor: Strategies and Guidelines for the Practicing of Mentoring. Proffessional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33, 88-96.

Johnson, W. B., & Huwe, J. M. (2003). Getting mentored in graduate school. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Jordan, P. (2003). Voice of Experience. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Kasprisin, C. A., Single, P. B., Single, R. M., & Muller, C. B. (2003). Building a better bridge: Testing e-training to improve e-mentoring programs for diversity in higher education. Mentoring & Tutoring, 11(1), 67-78.

Kay, R. S. (1990). A Definition for Developing Self-Reliance. In T. M. Bey & C. T. Holmes (Eds.), Mentoring: Developing Successful New Teachers (pp. 26-27). Reston: Association of Teacher Educators.

King, M. F. (2000). On the Right Track: A Manual for Research Mentors. Washington D.C.: Council of Graduate Schools.

Kochan, F. K. (Ed.). (2002). The organizational and human dimensions of successful mentoring programs and relationships. Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

Kochan, F. K., & Pascarelli, J. T. (Eds.). (2003). Global perspectives on mentoring: Transforming contexts, communities, and cultures. Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

Koring, H., & Mills-Novoa, A. (2003). Ongoing Advisor Training. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

London , J. (Ed.). (1999). How to Get the Mentoring You Want: A Guide for Graduate Students at a Diverse University: University of Michigan.

London , J. (Ed.). (1999). How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty at a Diverse University: University of Michigan.

Lovitts, B. E. (2001). Leaving the Ivory Tower: The Causes and Consequences of Departure from Doctoral Study. London: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Lovitts, B. E. (2002). Leaving the Ivory Tower: Social Structural Causes of Doctoral Student Attrition. Paper presented at the 58th Annual MAGS Meeting, April 2-5, 2002.

Luna, G., & Cullen, D. (1998). Do Graduate Students Need Mentoring? College Student Journal, 33(3), 322-330.

Merriam, S. B. (1983). Mentors and protégés: A critical review of the literature. Adult Education Quarterly, 33, 161-173.

Miller, M. A. (Ed.). (2003). Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Miller, M. A., & Alberts, B. M. (2003). Chapter 5: Assessing and Evaluating th eImpact of your Advisor Training and Development Program. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monograph Series, Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Mullen, C. A. (1999). Lifelong Mentoring: The creation of learning relationships. In C. A. Mullen & D. W. Lick (Eds.), New directions in mentoring: Creating a culture of synergy (pp. 187-199). London: Falmer.

Mullen, C. A. (2005). Mentorship Primer. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Nelson, C., & Lovitts, B. E. (2001). The Hidden Crisis in Graduate Education: Attrition from Ph.D. Programs. Academe(November-December 2001), 44-50.

Nelson, C., & Lovitts, B. E. (2001). 10 Ways to Keep Graduate Students from Quitting. Chronicle of Higher Education, June 29, 2001, B20.

Nerad, M. (1990, November 1990). A Second Look at Mentoring: Some Provocative Thoughts. Paper presented at the Systemwide Graduate Division Conference, Monterey, California.

Nutt, C. L. (2003). Creating Advisor-Training and Development Programs. In M. A. Miller (Ed.), Advisor Training: Exemplary Practices in the Development of Advisor Skills (Vol. Monography Series Number 9). Manhattan, KS: NACADA.

Portner, H. (2001). Training mentors is not enough. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Portner, H. (2002). Being mentored: A guide for protégés. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Quinn, L., & Mallory, B. L. (Eds.). (2001). A Manual for Graduate Faculty Advisors and Mentors: University of New Hampshire.

Selke, M. J., & Wong, T. D. (1993). The Mentoring-Empowered Model: Professional Role Functions in Graduate Student Advisement. NACADA Journal, 13, 21-26.

William, M. (Ed.). (1996). What Works! Encouraging Diversity in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Through Effective Mentoring. Arlington, VA: National Sciene Foundation (NSF 96-070).

Wunsch, M. A. (Ed.). (1994). Mentoring Revisited: Making an Impact on Individuals and Institutions (Spring 1994 ed. Vol. 57). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Zachary, L. J. (2000). The mentor's guide: Facilitating effective learning relationships. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Zelditch, M. (1990, 16-18 March). Mentor Roles. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Graduate Schools, Tempe, Arizona.

Zorn, D. (2005). Academic Culture Feeds the Imposter Phenomenon. Academic Leader, 21, 1-2.