Early-Stage Investigators and Institutional Interface: Importance of Organization in the Mentoring Culture of Today’s Universities

@article{Manson2016EarlyStageIA,
  title={Early-Stage Investigators and Institutional Interface: Importance of Organization in the Mentoring Culture of Today’s Universities},
  author={Spero M. Manson},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={304-310}
}
Mentors have an active role in teaching mentees to scan their academic environments for the resources to advance their research careers, to assess the gaps between what’s available and needed to succeed, and to develop strategies to fill these gaps. Yet achieving instrumentality is a necessary, but insufficient condition by which to accomplish the desired… CONTINUE READING