Mentor Library

As a PRISM faculty mentor, the guidance and support you provide to your students will last long after they graduate from John Jay.  To support your continued commitment to our student researchers, we have gathered a broad range of mentoring materials which are housed in the PRISM office. Stop by anytime to peruse or borrow these resources.  If you do not find what you are looking for or have a suggested resource, please contact Dr. Sanabria-Valentin, PRISM Coordinator.

Listed below are some of the books available in the PRISM office.  Farther down is a  list of digital resources we recommend.

Books

  • Active Assessment: Assessing Scientific Inquiry by David I. Hanauer, Graham F. Hatfull, and Deborah Jacobs-Sera.  Springer: New York, 2009
  • Assessment of Chemistry edited by John Ryan, Ted Clark, and Alexis Collier.  Association for Institutional Research: Tallahassee, 2010
  • Education Outreach and Public Engagement by Erin Dolan. Springer: New York, 2008
  • Getting the Most Out of Your Mentoring Relationships: A Handbook for Women in STEM by Donna J. Dean. Springer: New York, 2009
  • Mentoring and Diversity: Tips for Students and Professionals for Developing and Maintaining a Diverse Scientific Community by Thomas Landefeld. Springer: New York, 2009

 

Digital Resources

Mentoring College Students – What makes mentoring relationships work? from the Center for Interdisciplinary Mentoring Research

Professors as Models and Mentors from American Education Research Journal on JStor

The National Mentoring Center

Mentoring Tips from Keystone College

Mentoring and Advising from the University of Michigan

Mentoring and Undergraduate Academic Success: Literature Review from Review of Educational Research on Sage

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