Resources on Mentoring and the Experiences of Underrepresented Minority Graduate Students
- Mentoring Guide: A Guide for Mentors. https://www.rackham.umich.edu/downloads/more-mentoring-guide-for-mentors.pdf
- Mentoring: Creating Mutually Empowering Relationships. https://womensleadership.stanford.edu/mentoring-creating-mutually-empowering-relationships
- Underrepresented Racial and/or Ethnic Minority (URM) Graduate Students in STEM Disciplines: A Critical Approach to Understanding Graduate School Experiences and Obstacles to Degree Progression. By Tanya Figueroa and Sylvia Hurtado, 2013, Association for the Study of Higher Education, St. Louis, Missouri. https://heri.ucla.edu/nih/downloads/ASHE2013-URM-Grad-Students-in-STEM.pdf
- Rooted in the Soil: The Social Experiences of Black Graduate Students at a Southern Research University. By Juanita Johnson-Bailey, Thomas Valentine, Ronald M. Cervero, and Tuere A. Bowles, 2009. Journal of Higher Education, 80(2): 178-203.
Resources on Institutional Culture Change and AGEP Publications
- Examining the Institutional Transformation Process: The Importance of Sensemaking, Interrelated Strategies, and Balance. By Adrianna Kezar and Peter Eckel, 2002, Research in Higher Education, 43(3): 295-398.
- Structure and Belonging: Pathways to Success for Underrepresented Minority and Women PhD Students in STEM Fields. By AJ Fisher, R Mendoza-Denton, C Patt, I Young, A Eppig, RL Garrell, DC Rees, TW Nelson, and MA Richards. 2019. PLoS One. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0209279
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