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Bibliography of Useful Work on Mutual Mentoring


Blaha, Cindy, Bug, Amy, Cox, Anne, Fritz, Linda, and Whitten, Barbara, “Why does Mentoring End?� In Karukstis, Kerry, Gourley, Bridget, Rossi, Miriam, and Wright, Laura, eds., Mentoring Strategies to Facilitate the Advancement of Women Faculty. ACS Symposium Series, 2010.

Cox, Anne J., Blaha, Cindy, Fritz, Linda, and Whitten, Barbara. “For Female Physicists, Peer Mentoring Can Combat Isolation,� Scientific American blog, 2014. http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/voices/for-female-physicists-peer-mentoring-can-combat-isolation/

Daniell, Ellen, Every Other Thursday: Stories and Strategies from Successful Women Scientists. Yale University Press, 2008.a

Karukstis, Kerry, Gourley, Bridget, Rossi, Miriam, and Wright, Laura, eds., Mentoring Strategies to Facilitate the Advancement of Women Faculty. ACS Symposium Series, 2010.

Lederman, Muriel, LaBerge, Ann, Zallen, Doris. 1994. “Mutual Mentoring: The Women and Science Publication Support Group.� Gates 1:26-31.