Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network
Professional Development Workshop on Research Mentoring of Early Career STEM Faculty
at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport
Ÿ1739 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, MD

February 26-27, 2016


I. Developing a Research Plan

Austin, Jim. 2002. Writing a Research Plan. Science Career Magazine, 297.

Baker, Molly. 1996. “Establishing a Research Agenda of New Faculty.” Paper presented at the
          National Convention of the Association for Education Communications and Technology in Indianapolis, Indiana. ERIC
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Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program. n.d. “Faculty Life: Scholarly Research.”
          The California State University Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program Community Commons website.

Kutner, Jean, Arleen Brown, Carol Mangione, Mary McDermott, John Steiner, and Paul Targonski.
          2006. “Creating a Successful Generalist Research Career: Tips for Junior Faculty.” Presented at the Society of General
          Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, April 26, in Los Angeles, CA.

University College Dublin College Office, Engineering and Materials Sciences Centre. n.d.
          Research and Professional Development Planning at UCD. Dublin, Ireland: UCD.  www.ucd.ie/t4cms/rpdp_emps.pdf.

University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. n.d. “Planning Your Research Agenda.” University of
          Massachusetts at Dartmouth Office of Faculty Development website.

II. Mentoring

Adams, Howard. 2004. “Mentoring: An Enabling Relationship that Fosters Professional Grow    
          and Development.” Presented at the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science 2004
          National Conference, October 23, in Austin, Texas.

Bilimoria, Diana. 2011. “Best Practices in Faculty Mentoring.” Presented at Cleveland State
           University, November, in Cleveland, Ohio. http://faculty.weatherhead.case.edu/bilimoria/presentations/index.html.

Blake-Beard, S. D. (2001). Taking a Hard Look at Formal Mentoring Programs: A Consideration of Potential
          Challenges Facing Women. Journal of Management Development, 20, 331-345.

Budge, S. (2006). Peer mentoring in postsecondary education: implications for research and practice.
          Journal of College Reading and Learning, 37, 71-85. http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ747773

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         Graduate School of Education.

Colvin, J.W., and M. Ashman (2010) “Roles, Risks, and Benefits of Peer Mentoring Relationships in Higher Education,”
         Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnerships in Learning, V. 18, N. Pp. 121-134.

Campbell, A.G., Leibowitz, M.J., Murray, S.A., Burgess, D., Denetclaw, W.F., Carrero-Martinez, F.A., Asai, D.J. (2013)
          Partnered research experiences for junior faculty at minority-serving institutions enhance professional success.
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          Faculty Mentoring at HBCUs, 2015 UNC Summit, Winston-Salem University, April 16-17, 2015

Girves, J. E., Zepeda, Y., & Gwathmey, J. K. (2005). Mentoring in a Post-Affirmative Action World. Journal of Social Issues,
          61, 449-479. http://www.academic.umn.edu/provost/faculty/pdf/mentoringpost_world2005.pdf

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Johnson, W. Brad (2007). On Being a Mentor: A Guide for Higher Education Faculty.
          Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Publishers.

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          Their Faculty Mentors. Journal of Educational Psychology, 92, 191–201.

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Lewellen-Williams, C., Johnson, V. A., Deloney, L. A., Thomas, B. R., Goyol, A., & Henry-Tillman, R. (2006).
          The POD: A New Model for Mentoring Underrepresented Minority Faculty. Academic Medicine, 8, 275-279.

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          Characteristics of Mentoring in Academic Medicine. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25, 72-78.

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Vick, Julie and Jennifer Furlong. 2010. “Dealing with a Difficult Advisor.” The Chronicle of
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III. Undergraduate Research

Lanza, Janet. (1988). Whys and Hows of Undergraduate Research. BioScience, 38(2), 110-112.

Lopatto, David. (2004a). Survey of Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE): First Findings. Cell Biology Education, 3, 270–277.

Lopatto, David. (2004b). Survey of Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE): First Findings. Cell Biology Education, 3(4), 270-277.
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Mary K. Boyd, and Jodi L. Wesemann (eds). (2009). Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research: Fostering Excellence
         and Enhancing the Impact (a. J. L. W. Mary K. Boyd Ed.). Washington, DC 20005;: CUR Publications.

Merkel. (2003). Valuing and Supporting Undergraduate Research-New Directions for Teaching and Learning, (Vol. 93): Jossey-Bass.

Merkel, CA. (2001). Undergraduate Research at Six Research Universities: a Pilot Study for the Association of American Universities.
          Washington, DC: Association of American Universities. http://www.aau.edu/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=1900

IV. Selected NSF Funding Programs and Centers

Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) Core Research Program (NSF 15-509)

International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) (NSF 12-551)

Research Coordination Networks (RCN) (NSF 15-527)

Engineering Research Centers

Materials Research and Engineering Centers

Science and Technology Centers

Science of Learning Centers