Printable brochures on Faculty Mentoring @ RIT: Department Heads - Mentors - Mentees

​This page consists of resources on faculty mentoring for department heads, mentors, and mentees.  Links are provided where available to PDF files, other campus websites, and to "permalinks" -- for articles redirecting you to RIT Libraries online databases. If you are off campus you will need to log in with your RIT UserID and password. If you have a resource you would like to share with your colleagues, please submit to Anne.Marie.Canale@rit.edu.  
 
The Faculty Career Development team in the Wallace Center is available for consultations about faculty mentoring with individuals, departments, and colleges. For more information or to schedule a consultation, email Faculty Career Development at fcds@rit.edu
 

General Resources on Mentoring

  • COACHE (Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education). (2014). Benchmark Best Practices: Mentoring. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.
  • Draine, B., Hyde, J., & Buehlman, J. (1999). Mentoring for Faculty and Academic Staff: Three programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In J. Z. Daniels (Ed.), WISE best practices guidebook-mentoring programs (pp. 23–28). Champaign, IL: Committee on Institutional Cooperation.
  • Franko, D. L., Rinehart, J., Kenney, K., Loeffelholz, M., Guthrie, B., & Caligiuri, P. (2016). Supporting Faculty Mentoring Through the use of Creative Technologies: There's an app for that. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 5(1), 54
  • Nastanski, M. & Simmons, P. (n.d.) Best Practices in Developing New Faculty: Orientation and Mentoring-A review and case study.
  • Otto, M. L. (1994). Mentoring: An Adult Developmental Perspective. In W. A. Wunsch (Ed.), Mentoring revisited: Making an impact on individuals and institutions (pp. 15–24). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
  • Riley, S., & Wrench, D. (1985). Mentoring Among Women Lawyers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 15(4), 374-386.
  • Sorcinelli, M., and Yun, J. (2007). From Mentor to Mentoring Networks: Mentoring in the new academyChange, November/December 2007.
  • Sorcinelli, M.,  and Yun, J. (2009). Mutual Mentoring Guide, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • UFAST. (2011). Practical Advice for Accelerating New Faculty Scholarship, presentation.

Department Heads

  • Bensimon, E. M., Ward, K. & Sanders, K. (2000). The Department Chair’s Role in Developing New Faculty into Teachers and Scholars. Boston, MA: Anker Publishing Inc. Print copy available in RIT Library.
  • Bland, Carole J., Taylor, Anne L., and Shollen, S. Lynn. The ACE Series on Higher Education : Faculty Success through Mentoring : A Guide for Mentors, Mentees, and Leaders. Blue Ridge Summit, US: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2009. ProQuest ebrary. Web. 30 January 2017.
  • Ensher, E., Thomas, C. & Murphy, S. Comparison of Traditional, sSep-ahead, and Peer Mentoring on Protégés’ Support, Satisfaction, and Perceptions of Career Success: A social exchange perspective, Journal of Business and Psychology, Vol. 15, No. 3, Spring 2001.  RIT Libraries database - permalink
  • Faculty Mentoring Models and Effective Practices (2014). Hanover Research.
  • Faurer, J., Sutton, C., & Worster, L. (2014). Faculty Mentoring: Shaping a program. Contemporary Issues in Education Research (Online), 7(2), 151. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.rit.edu/docview/1516960624?accountid=108
  • Girves, J. E., Zepeda, Y., & Gwathmey, J. K. (2005). Mentoring in a Post-Affirmative Action World. Journal of Social Issues, 61(3), 449-479. RIT Libraries database permalink
  • Olmstead, M. (1993). Mentoring New Faculty: Advice to Department Chairs.CSWP Gazette, 13(1), 1 (August, 1993). 

Mentors

  • Hudson, P. (2013). Mentoring as Professional Development: ‘Growth for both’ mentor and mentee. Professional Development In Education Vol. 39 , Iss. 5, 2013.
  • Moss, J., Teshima, J., and Leszcz, M. (2008). Peer Group Mentoring of Junior Faculty. Academic Psychiatry, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 230–235.
  • Cox, E. (2005). For Better, For Worse: The matching process in formal mentoring schemes. Mentoring and Tutoring, Vol.13, No. 3, December 2005.
  • Handbook on Faculty Mentoring, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine. - Provides some basic concepts about the mentoring process. 
  • Rockquemore, K. (August 12, 2013).  A Mentoring Manifesto. Inside Higher Ed.

Mentees

  • Boice, R. (1993). New Faculty Involvement for Women and Minorities. Research in Higher Education, 34, 291–340. RIT Libraries database permalink.
  • Claman, P. (October 20, 2010). Forget Mentors: Employ a personal board of directors. Harvard Business Review, HBR.org.Cox, E.
  • de Janasz, S. C. & Sullivan, S. E. (2004). Multiple Mentoring in Academe: Developing the professional network. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 64(2), 263-283.
  • Headlam-Wells, J., Gosland, J., & Craig, J. (2005). There's Magic in the Web: E-mentoring for women's career development. Career Development International, 10(6/7), 444-459. doi:10.1108/13620430510620548​. RIT Libraries database permalink.
  • Hult, C., Callister, R., & Sullivan, K. (2005, Summer/Fall). Is there a Global Warming Toward Women in Academia? Liberal Education, 50-57.
  • Moody, J. (2004). Faculty Diversity: Problems and solutions. New York: Taylor and Francis.
  • Moreno, J. et al. (2006). The Revolving Door for Underrepresented Minority Faculty in Higher Education: An analysis from the campus diversity initiative. San Francisco: The James Irvine Foundation.
  • Zachary, L. J., & Fischler, L. A. (2009). The Mentee's Guide: Making mentoring work for you (1). Hoboken, US: Jossey-Bass. Retrieved from http://albert.rit.edu/record=b2605551~S3

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