Mentoring Pluses for Underrepresented Faculty

Publication Year:
2016
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Repository URL:
https://dc.law.mc.edu/faculty-journals/138
Author(s):
Kupenda, Angela Mae
Tags:
mentor; faculty; student; Higher Education; Legal Education
article description
Much has been written about the demands from mentoring students. Mentoring is regarded as service work placed on top of faculty demands of teaching, scholarship, and more service. While the benefits to underrepresented faculty are numerous, here I focus on three: mentoring students can help save our career when we are tempted to leave the building running fast; mentoring students can provide student allies to help verify the truth about our greatness; and, mentoring students helps to pass on the legacy.