Title

Women as Mentors: Myths and Commandments

Document Type

News Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Volume

19

Issue

5

Publisher

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Publication Date

1993

Abstract

Mentoring has been presented in recent years as vital for female students and professionals who are eager to succeed. The common wisdom holds that men frequently achieve more, professionally, because experienced faculty members have been willing to show them the ropes and to help pave their way to top jobs. But several myths about mentoring need to be examined.

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