Established Departmental Peer Mentoring Programs at U of L

Department/ProgramFaculty ContactGraduate Student Contact
Anatomical and Brain SciencesCharles HubscherNone
Anthropology (ANTH)Christopher TillquistChristopher Sims
Counseling Psychology (ECPY)Jesse OwenKelley Quirk
Clinical Psychology
English (ENGL)
Experimental Psychology 
School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS)Muriel HarrisBernadette Guzman
Samantha Mathieson
**List compilation in progress: To have your department included on this list, please email .**


Online Resources

Extensive Bibliography on Faculty Mentoring from University of Michigan's CRLT

Helpful Mentoring Checklist for Dissertation Directors from University of Michigan's Rackham Graduate School

A Brief Peer Mentoring Bibliography

Allen, T. D., Russell, J. E. A., and McManus, S. E. (1999). Newcomer socialization and stress: Formal peer relationships as a source of support. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 54(3), 453-70.

Asbee, S., and Woodall, S. (2000). Supporting access in distance education through student-student mentoring. Journal of Access and Credit Studies, 2(2), 220-32.

Budge, S. (2006). Peer mentoring in post-secondary education: Implications for research and practice. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 37(1), 73-87.

Fields, C.D. (1996). Black peer mentors, cooperative advocacy beneficial to morale. Black Issues in Higher Education, 13, 24.

Glass, N., and Walter, R. (2000). An experience of peer mentoring with student nurses: enhancement of personal and professional growth. The Journal of Nursing Education, 39(4), 155-60.

Good, J. M., Halpin, G. and Halpin, G. (2000). A promising prospect for minority retention: Students becoming peer mentors. Journal of Negro Educators, 69(4), 375-83.

Grant-Vallone, E. and Ensher, E. (2000). Effects of peer mentoring on types of mentor support, program satisfaction and graduate student stress: A dyadic perspective. Journal of College StudentDevelopment, 41(6), 637-42.

Cowie, H., and Wallace, P. (2000). Peer support in action: From bystanding to standing by. London: SAGE Publications.

Holbeche, L. (1996). Peer mentoring: the challenges and opportunities. Career Development International, 1(7), 24.

McDaugall, M., and Beattie, R. S. (1997). Peer mentoring at work: The nature and outcomes of non-hierarchical developmental relationships. Management Learning 28(4), 423-437.

McGuire, G.M and Reger, J. (2003). Feminist Co-Mentoring: A model for academic professional development. Feminist Formations 15(1), 54-72.

Select Mentoring Bibliography

Calabrese, R. L. and Smith, P. A. (2010). The doctoral student's advisor and mentor: Sage advice from the experts. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Chao, G. T. (1997). "Mentoring phases and outcomes." Journal of Vocational Behavior 51, 15-28.

de Janasz, S. C. and Sullivan, S. E. (2004). Multiple mentoring in academe: Developing the professional network. Journal of Vocational Behavior 64, 263–283.

Ehrenberg, R. G. and Kuh, C. V. (Eds.). (2009). Doctoral education and the faculty of the future. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Fischer, B. A. and Zigmond, M. J. (1998). Survival skills for graduate school and beyond. New Directions For Higher Education, 101, 29-40.

Golde, C. M. (1998) Beginning graduate school: Explaining first-year doctoral attrition.  New Directions For Higher Education, 101, 55-64.

Golde, C. M. and Dore, T. M. (Eds.). (2001). At Cross Purposes: What the Experiences of Today’s Doctoral Students Reveal About Doctoral Education. Pew Charitable Trusts, 2001.

Golde, C.M. et al. (2009). Advocating apprenticeship and intellectual community: Lessons from the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate. In Ehrenberg, R. G. and Kuh, C. V. (Eds.), Doctoral education and the faculty of the future (pp. 53-65). Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Golde, C. M. and Walker, G. E. (Eds). (2006). Envisioning the future of doctoral education : Preparing stewards of the discipline. Carnegie essays on the doctorate. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Johnson, W. B. and Huwe, J. M. (2002). Toward a typology of mentorship dysfunction in graduate school. Psychotherapy: Theory/Research/Practice/Training, 39(1), 44–55.

Kram, K. E. (1985). Mentoring at work: Developmental relationships in organizational life. Glenview, IL: ScottForesman and Company.

Lovitts, B. E. and Nelson, C. (2000). The hidden crisis in graduate education: Attrition from Ph.D. programs. Academe Online, n.p.

Lyons, W. et al. (1990). "The Mentor in Graduate Education." Studies in Higher Education, 15(3), 277-285.

Malenchek Egan, J. (1989). Graduate school and the self: A theoretical view of some negative effects of professional socialization. Teaching Sociology, 17(2), 200-207.

Mallinckrodt, B. and Leong, F. T. (1992). Social support in academic programs and family environments: Sex differences and the role conflicts for graduate students. Journal of Counseling & Development, 70, 716-723.

National Academy of Sciences. (1997). Adviser, teacher, role model, friend: On being a mentor to students in science and engineering. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Nerad, M. (2009). Confronting common assumptions: Designing future-oriented doctoral education. In Ehrenberg, R. G. and Kuh, C. V. (Eds.), Doctoral education and the faculty of the future (pp. 80-89). Ithaca: Cornell University Press.