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Mentoring in Formal and Informal Contexts


reviewed by Dave A. Louis — November 28, 2016

coverTitle: Mentoring in Formal and Informal Contexts
Author(s): Kathy Peno, Elaine M. Silva Mangiante, & Rita A. Kenahan (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681234610, Pages: 356, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 28, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21747, Date Accessed: 5/24/2017 12:18:20 AM

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  • Dave Louis
    Texas Tech University
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    DAVE LOUIS is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at Texas Tech University. His research agenda is centered on cross-cultural mentoring. His primary research strand explores the experiences of mentoring dyads within in the university environment and the cultivation of social capital of mentees towards successful outcomes. Understanding and enhancing the socio-cultural differences among individuals of differing ethnicities, genders, and backgrounds, as they work together in classrooms or through research partnerships, is the crux of his agenda. Understanding these complexities can lend itself to the development of strategies for faculty to become more efficient and engaged in their mentoring relationships, which subsequently benefits students’ experiences. His most recent articles have been published in Journal of Black Studies, International Journal of Multicultural Education, and Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.
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