Mentoring for Inclusion: The Impact of Mentoring on Undergraduate Researchers in the Sciences

@inproceedings{Haeger2016MentoringFI,
  title={Mentoring for Inclusion: The Impact of Mentoring on Undergraduate Researchers in the Sciences},
  author={Heather Haeger and Carla Fresquez},
  booktitle={CBE life sciences education},
  year={2016}
}
Increasing inclusion of underrepresented minority and first-generation students in mentored research experiences both increases diversity in the life sciences research community and prepares students for successful careers in these fields. However, analyses of the impact of mentoring approaches on specific student gains are limited. This study addresses the impact of mentoring strategies within research experiences on broadening access to the life sciences by examining both how these… CONTINUE READING

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