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. "Front Matter." Adviser, Teacher, Role Model, Friend: On Being a Mentor to Students in Science and Engineering. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1997.
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THE MENTOR AS ROLE MODEL
RECOMMENDATION: IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF MENTORING
Gender, Cultural, and Disability Issues
LIST OF BOXES
Advice for New Mentors
Aptitudes and Goals
Two Key Career Questions to Discuss with Students
Writing Letters of Recommendation
Good Mentoring: Seeking Help
Poor Mentoring: Cultural Bias (1)
Poor Mentoring: Cultural Bias (2)
Poor Mentoring: Inappropriate Behavior
Good Mentoring: Academic Warning Signs
Poor Mentoring: When Is a Risk Worth Taking?
Good Mentoring: Socialization
Good Mentoring: Being Flexible
Poor Mentoring: Honest Advice
Good Mentoring: Breaking Through Red Tape