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The Mentoring Continuum
From Graduate School through Tenure

Edited by Glenn Wright

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-9777847-6-9    |    2016

Skill at mentoring has . . . attained a certain cachet among those at all career stages who find in it an alternative way of being in academe—one that tilts away from the endemic competition of the research environment in favor of cooperation and mutual purpose. Part of mentoring’s appeal lies in its ability to gesture in two directions at once: forward . . . to new modalities and more egalitarian relationships, and backward, to a tradition of cross-generational support and identification as old as universities themselves, and that continues to feed the romance of the academic life in the minds of would-be faculty.—from the Introduction

  Mentoring Continuum

  Glenn Wright is director of Graduate School Programs at Syracuse University.

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6 x 9, 304 pages, 4 black-and-white illustrations,3 tables, notes, bibliography, index

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