Table of Contents

Table of Contents




          Glenn Wright


Part One: Origins

1.   With a Little Help from My Friends: The Role of Peer Mentoring in Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Development
Michael Amlung, Elizabeth A. Simpson, Melissa Dengler, Brian Stone, Grace Williams, and   Denise P. Domizi

2.   Graduate School–Facilitated Peer Mentoring for Degree Completion: Dissertation-Writing Boot Camps
Jan Allen

3.   Subject Matter Plus: Mentoring for Nonacademic Careers
Paula Chambers

4.   Graduate Mentoring against Common Sense
Ron Krabill


Part Two: Transitions

5.   Mentors’ Conceptions of Mentoring in Formalized Faculty Relationships
Susanna Calkins and Greg Light

6.   Taking Ownership of Your Mentoring: Lessons Learned from Participating in the Earth Science Women’s Network
Mirjam S. Glessmer, Amanda S. Adams, Meredith G. Hastings, and Rebecca T. Barnes

7.   “Mentoring Up”: Learning to Manage Your Mentoring Relationships
Steven Paul Lee, Richard McGee, Christine Pfund, and Janet Branchaw

8.   Shifting Vision: Mentoring as Faculty Development for All Levels of Experience
Jennifer W. Shewmaker and Phyllis Bolin

9.   Building a Culture of Mentoring via a Faculty Mentoring Portal
Julie Welch, Krista Hoffman-Longtin, Miriam Cohen Dell, Jon Eynon, Daniel Rusyniak, and Mary Dankoski


Part Three: Dialogues and Reflections 

10.   Graduate Student Peer-Mentoring Programs: Benefiting Students, Faculty, and Academic Programs
Beth A. Boehm and Amy J. Lueck

11.   The Family Plan: A Dialogue about Graduate Students, Babies, and the Unique Demands of the Advisor-Student Relation
Leonard Cassuto and Jane Van Slembrouck

12.   Cross-Race Faculty Mentoring
Christine A. Stanley and Yvonna S. Lincoln

13.   Graduate Student ISO a Mentor: A Dialogue about Mentoring
Jan Allen and Kevin Johnston

14.   Growing into Mentoring, and into the Profession: A Reflection on Intentionally Cultivating Mentoring Communities
Nina B. Namaste

15.   My Lucky Life and Hard Times
Leonard Cassuto