Mentoring and academic success for women faculty members at research universities
Explores the mentoring experiences of female faculty members at research universities and describes the kinds of mentoring that appear most to support their career success. Asks what women's personal experiences with mentoring have been, what the characteristics of the mentoring relationships are, and what influence academic discipline has on the mentoring needs of female faculty members at research universities.
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METHODS AND METHODOLOGY
THE MENTORING EXPERIENCES OF STUDY
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