Faculty Mentoring Research
Faculty Mentoring Resources
- National Center for Women in Technology (NCWIT) Mentoring-in-a-Box: Women Faculty in Computing
- Carnegie Mellon University faculty mentoring materials
Research Studies on Mentoring
- Catalyst – Mentoring: Necessary but Insufficient for Advancement
- Bilimoria, D., Perry, S.R., Liang, X., Stoller, E.P., Higgins, P., & Taylor, C. (2006). How do female and male faculty members construct job satisfaction? The roles of perceived institutional leadership and mentoring and their mediating processes. Journal of Technology Transfer, 31, 355-365.
- 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.
- Blake-Beard, S., Bayne, M.L., Crosby, F.J., & Muller, C.B. (2011). Matching by race and gender in mentoring relationships: Keeping our eyes on the prize. Journal of Social Issues, 67, 3, 622-643.
- Gibson, S.K. (2004). Being Mentored: The Experience of Women Faculty. Journal of Career Development, 30, 3, 173-188.
- Clutterbuck, D. and B.R. Ragins (Eds.), Mentoring and diversity: An international perspective (pp. 633-656). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Ragins, B.R., Cotton, J.L. (1991). Easier said than done: Gender differences in perceived barriers to gaining a mentor. The Academy of Management Journal, 34, 4, 939-951.
- Ragins, B.R., Cotton, J.L., & Miller, J.S. (2000). Marginal Mentoring: The Effects of Type of Mentor, Quality of Relationship, and Program Design on Work and Career Attitudes. Academy of Management Journal, 43, 6, 1177-1194.
- Sands, R.G., Parson, L.A. & Duane, J. (1991). Faculty mentoring faculty in a public university. The Journal of Higher Education, 61, 2 (Mar. – Apr., 1991), pp. 174-193.