Mentor perspectives on the place of undergraduate research mentoring in academic identity and career development: an analysis of award winning mentors

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2018-01-02

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© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This study examines how Undergraduate Research (UR) mentoring fits into the career profile of award-winning UR mentors and the factors that motivate engagement as UR mentors. Twenty-four award-winning UR mentors in four countries were interviewed about their mentoring practices. Six themes emerged: (1) Academic Identity and Motivations; (2) Challenges to Academic Identity and Career Development; (3) Enhanced Research Productivity; (4) Recognition and Reward; (5) Institution Values Commitment and (6) Developing Other Mentors. The authors discuss these themes and how the findings can be utilized for academic development and identity formation for faculty.

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Hall, EE, H Walkington, JO Shanahan, E Ackley and KA Stewart (2018). Mentor perspectives on the place of undergraduate research mentoring in academic identity and career development: an analysis of award winning mentors. International Journal for Academic Development, 23(1). pp. 15–27. 10.1080/1360144X.2017.1412972 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/22131.

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Kearsley A Stewart

Professor of the Practice of Global Health

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