A graduate student guide; making the most of mentoring

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Date: May 2006
From: Reference & Research Book News(Vol. 21, Issue 2)
Publisher: Ringgold, Inc.
Document Type: Book review; Brief article
Length: 122 words
Lexile Measure: 1460L

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9781578863488

A graduate student guide; making the most of mentoring.

Mullen, Carol A.

Rowman & Littlefield Education

2006

215 pages

$24.95

Paperback

LB2371

Mullen (leadership studies, U. of South Florida) provides a written role model for mentoring as she describes how to get started by creating "mentoring maps" of the academy, establish contact with faculty and peers, and locate resources and opportunities. She shows how to make every minute count, organize or join mentoring networks and programs, and practice mentoring and reciprocity. Then, as part of the "getting out" process, she describes gaining disseminating and publication skills, recognizing and overcoming job market constraints, and planning a two-way mentorship agenda. She even describes a graceful exit strategy.

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