Chapter 1: Introduction-The Roles and Process of Mentoring
- MENTORING MODEL FOR RESEARCH IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN. Kiani, Almas; Jumani, Nabi Bux // International Journal of Academic Research;Sep2010, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p414
Mentoring is an open vista of new vision and experiences. In Pakistan the system of mentoring in research exists informally. This needs to be formalized. The major purpose of the study was to develop an appropriate academic mentoring model both for research students and supervisors in Higher...
- A STUDY OF MENTORING PROCESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONNEL IN THE FIELD OF HIGHER EDUCATION. Shukla, Shiva; Mathur, Anshu // Golden Research Thoughts;Oct2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p1
Strategic Human Resource Management (HRM) decisions have unique influence on the organizational performances. The management employee relationship has gone under major change in recent times more than ever. Mentoring is a relationship aimed at fostering the development of the less experienced...
- Adolescent Mentorship Programs: Does Race Matter? HENGEVELD, MARIA E. // Diverse: Issues in Higher Education;7/30/2015, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p26
In this article, the author contemplates if race matter in terms of adolescent mentorship programs. A data from the national mentorship organization MENTOR shows that 3 million adults in the U.S. had formal one-to-one mentoring relationships with younger people. It notes that mentees have the...
- Bridge Mentoring: How to Advise While Being Advised, Mentor While Being Mentored. Volk, Steven S. // Perspectives on History;Jan2012, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p28
The article provides information for junior college faculty members who are advising students while simultaneously being advised by senior faculty. The author explains that new college teachers must see themselves as role models to students. He suggests setting limits to the mentoring...
- UGOTOVITVE IN SPOZNANJA Z IZOBRAÅ½EVANJA MENTORJEV ZA PRAKTIÄŒNO USPOSABLJANJE Å TUD ENTOV. Okoliš, Monika Govekar; Gruden, Urška // AndragoÅ¡ka spoznanja: The Andragogic Perspectives;Mar2011, Issue 1, p62
The purpose of this article is to present the importance of mentor education for practical training of students at the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts. In the first part, the article gives a chronological account of the training projects in the years 2004 - 2010, together with the reasons for their...
- Renewed Tradition Fosters Student-Faculty Mentoring. // Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;Jan2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p5
Focuses on the student-faculty mentoring program of Moravian College in Pennsylvania. Hosting of an afternoon tea for female students, faculty and administrators; Career component of the tea meetings.
- How to Build a Service-Learning Program That Lasts. // Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;Jan2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p6
Discusses the establishment of a service-learning program to enhance student-faculty interaction in U.S. universities and colleges. Integration of the program with the institution's mission; Inclusion of sustainability in the plan; Establishment of a program attractive to students at all levels.
- Service Learning: A Refresher Course. // Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education;Jan2004, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p6
Discusses the key differences in service-learning programs that may be implemented by universities and colleges in the U.S. reciprocity; Balance; Reflection.
- Building Bridges to Student Success. GREENFIELD, DEREK // Phi Delta Kappan;Dec2008, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p312
The author discusses the value of teachers' relationships with students in improving student learning. He comments on how a bridge at Shaw University serves as a metaphor for the divide between students and higher education and suggests that many students may feel they must abandon their...