Mentoring for Academic Careers in Engineering : Proceedings of the PAESMEM/ Stanford School of Engineering Workshop download epub
by Eve Riskin
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Mentoring for Academic Careers in Engineering: Proceedings of the PAESMEM/Stanford School of Engineering Workshop.
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Copies have been sent to all workshop participants and are being circulated by NSF. To request a copy write rmgrayford. This two day workshop provided a forum on the needs, goals, methods, and best practices for mentoring engineering students interested in an academic career and young faculty beginning such a career. The emphasis was on mentoring members of underrepresented groups in academic engineering, especially women.
The journal was first published in 1989 as a split-off of Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. It is published by Sage Publications on behalf of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The journal is abstracted and indexed in: Applied Science & Technology Abstracts.
This book is a distillation of the presentations and discussions of a June 2004 workshop on mentoring for academic careers in engineering which was jointly supported by PAESMEM and the Stanford University School of Engineering. This chapter is an overview of the book. There is no single agreed upon set of best practices to serve as guides for mentors, but the presentations and discussions produced a collection of variations on common themes that provide a good start.
mentoring academic administrators on providing adequate support for individual students and student organizations. These proceedings represent a distillation of the presentations, the slides used by presenters, notes taken by scribes, and audio recordings of the sessions.
Author Riskin, Eve, Ostendorf, Mari, Cosman, Pamela. ISBN13: 9780976669609. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG.
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This book is a 'must read' for anyone considering or 'smack in the middle' of an academic career. I think this is a great book for anyone interested in a faculty position in science and engineering. In particular, the incorporation of advice from those in the field makes it unique and invaluable. Kim Needy, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh.
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Publisher: Grayphics Publishing (2005)
Pages: 111 pages