Advising and Mentoring Doctoral Students: A Handbook
Most faculty who advise doctoral students do so in one of two ways: Emulate their own advisor (because it was a good experience) or do the exact opposite of their own advisor (because it was a poor one). Rarely are faculty provided with guidance, professional development, or even research related to how to best advise doctoral students. This handbook, written by two experts on doctoral education, provides evidence-based practices, policies, and resources to assist faculty advisors and their doctoral advisees.
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Doctoral students, Counseling of, Counseling in higher education, Mentoring
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Gardner, Susan K. and Barnes, Betina J., "Advising and Mentoring Doctoral Students: A Handbook" (2014). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 210.