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Matching by Race and Gender in Mentoring Relationships: Keeping our Eyes on the Prize
This study examined the extent to which science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students reported having had mentors of their own race and gender and the extent to which they have adoptedExpand
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When Email and Mentoring Unite: The Implementation of a Nationwide Electronic Mentoring Program--MentorNet, the National Electronic Industrial Mentoring Network for Women in Engineering and Science.
Electronic mentoring (e-mentoring) programs are providing unprecedented opportunities for establishing mentoring relationships. E-mentoring is the merger of mentoring with electronic communicationsExpand
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Building a Better Bridge: Testing e-training to improve e-mentoring programmes in higher education
Uniting mentoring with e-mail results in expanded opportunities for mentoring, making it possible to overcome the constraints of time limitations and distance to achieve successful mentoringExpand
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The potential of industrial "E-Mentoring" as a retention strategy for women in science and engineering
  • C. Muller
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings Frontiers in Education 27th Annual…
  • 5 November 1997
This paper considers the potential benefits of electronic industrial mentoring as a retention strategy for women studying engineering and related sciences. It describes four structured electronicExpand
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Gender Differences and Performance in Science
On 14 Jan., Harvard University President Lawrence Summers, speaking at a meeting of the National Bureau of Economic Research, suggested that since fewer girls than boys have top scores on science andExpand
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Improved mentor satisfaction: emphasising protégé training for adult‐age mentoring dyads
Mentoring and e‐mentoring programmes have traditionally focused on training mentors rather than protégés. In this research study, we examine the effects of mandated training for protégés on mentorExpand
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MentorNet (www.MentorNet.net), a nonprofit organization founded in 1997 as an online network for women in engineering and science, developed a large-scale one-on-one mentoring program, which hasExpand
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