How to be a Great Mentor

Kate Stuart
August 22, 2013

How to Be a Great Mentor, from Inside Higher Ed

Kerry Ann Rockquemore sums up the themes of her series on how best to help new professors. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/career-advice/how-be-great-mentor#ixzz2ciAqrVJt 
 
It's about asking the right questions, learning to pronounce your new colleagues' names and sharing unwritten rules, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/career-advice/how-be-great-mentor#ixzz2ciAvjvbx 
 
Kerry Ann Rockquemore explains the differences between the two. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/career-advice/how-be-great-mentor#ixzz2ciB1Kszh 
 
New faculty members are unlikely to find gurus, so it doesn't help them to focus on that classic (if rare) type of mentoring, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore. Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/career-advice/how-be-great-mentor#ixzz2ciB5QHgN 
 
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes about how senior professors can adopt the right mindset for mentoring, and can make their new colleagues feel welcome.Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/career-advice/how-be-great-mentor#ixzz2ciBE5CMU