Mentoring Literature

Bode RK. 1999. Mentoring and Collegiality. In: Menges RJ, editor. Faculty in New Jobs: A Guide to Settling in, Becoming Established, and Building Institutional Support. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; pp. 118–44.

Boice, R. 2000. Advice for new faculty members. Nihil nimus. Boston, MA. Allyn and Bacon.

Cox, MD 1994. Reclaiming teaching excellence. Miami University's Teaching Scholars Program. To Improve the Academy, 13:79-96.

Fayne, H. and Ortquist-Ahrens, L. 2006. Learning communities for first year faculty: Transition, acculturation, and transformation. In S. Chadwick-Blossey and D. Reimondo Robertson (Eds.), To improve the academy: Vol. 24. Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development (pp. 277-290). Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing.

Gray, T. and Birch, A.J. 2008. Team mentoring: an alternative way to mentor new faculty. To Improve the Academy. 26(1):230-241.

Kaletunç, G. and Bucheit, R. 2018. New Faculty Professional Development Program: Lessons Learned and Moving Forward. The Chronicle of Mentoring and Coaching, Vol. 2, October 2018, Special Issue 1. pp. 478-483.

Kurfiss, J. and Boice, R. 1990. Current and desired faculty development practices among POD members. To Improve the Academy. 9:73-82.

Luna, G. and Cullen, D.L. 1995. Empowering the Faculty: Mentoring Redirected and Renewed. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 3. Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development. (

Sandler, B.R. 1993. Women as mentors: Myths and commandments. The chronicle of Higher Education. 19(5). Paper 249.

Thurston, L. P., Navarrete, L., & Miller, T. 2009. A ten-year faculty mentoring program: Administrator, mentor, and mentee perspectives. The International Journal of Learning, 16(4), 401–415.

University of Michigan, ADVANCE program. 2015.


University of Pittsburgh, Center for Faculty Excellence. 2017. Under "Select Division" choose "Center". Then scroll down to "Center for Faculty Excellence".