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Contributing Factors To The Low Rate Of Diverse Female Faculty In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham Jan 2018

Contributing Factors To The Low Rate Of Diverse Female Faculty In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper presents qualitative data as factors contributing to the disproportionate rate of female faculty across Distinct Racial and Ethnic Identities in athletic training education programs.


The Effect Of Mentoring On U.S. Vs. Foreign-Born Faculty's Self-Esteem And Job Satisfaction, Tony Lee, Doo H. Lim, Johyun Kim Jan 2017

The Effect Of Mentoring On U.S. Vs. Foreign-Born Faculty's Self-Esteem And Job Satisfaction, Tony Lee, Doo H. Lim, Johyun Kim

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among mentoring, self-esteem, and job satisfaction between U.S.-born and foreign-born faculty members in 21 research universities based on their country of origin, marital status, faculty ranking, tenure, and mentoring status.


The Career Advancement Experiences Of Female Faculty Of Color In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham, Alexandra Bell Jan 2016

The Career Advancement Experiences Of Female Faculty Of Color In Athletic Training Education Programs, Carrie Graham, Alexandra Bell

Adult Education Research Conference

Healthcare professions are currently experiencing increased professional member diversity, necessitating an investigation of employee workplace experiences and career advancement. Yet, the rate of female faculty of color in athletic training education programs is inconsistent with athletic training membership diversity rates. This study explores their career advancement and mentoring experiences.


Paving The Way Toward Faculty Careers In Higher Education: Student Mentoring Relationship Experiences While Completing Doctoral Degrees Online, Norina Columbaro, Catherine A. Hansman Jan 2016

Paving The Way Toward Faculty Careers In Higher Education: Student Mentoring Relationship Experiences While Completing Doctoral Degrees Online, Norina Columbaro, Catherine A. Hansman

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this study was to explore the existence and nature of mentoring relationships within online doctoral degree programs. Further, it sought to determine how these relationships prepared online doctoral degree graduates for full-time, tenure-track employment in four-year, land-based higher education institutions.


Mentoring While Black & Femalethe Gendered Literacy Phenomenon Of Black Women Mentors, Juanita Johnson-Bailey, Tennille Lasker-Scott, Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz May 2015

Mentoring While Black & Femalethe Gendered Literacy Phenomenon Of Black Women Mentors, Juanita Johnson-Bailey, Tennille Lasker-Scott, Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz

Adult Education Research Conference

Black women’s social positions in American society allow them to experience life in ways that are different than other women. In this study, we are suggesting that the mentoring that Black women give and receive is a form of literacy that is distinct.


Transformative Learning Is Not An Add-On – It Is The Essence Of Adult Education, Jacqueline Warrell, Colleen Kawalilak Jun 2011

Transformative Learning Is Not An Add-On – It Is The Essence Of Adult Education, Jacqueline Warrell, Colleen Kawalilak

Adult Education Research Conference

This paper draws on different bodies of literature and explores the potential for transformational learning within the context of graduate student- supervisor relationships. The authors (graduate student and supervisor) respond to the question: How can the student-supervisor relationship inform and foster transformative learning?


‘Unexpected’ Mentoring Moments Experienced Through Dialogue With Elder Colleagues1, Colleen Kawalilak Jun 2011

‘Unexpected’ Mentoring Moments Experienced Through Dialogue With Elder Colleagues1, Colleen Kawalilak

Adult Education Research Conference

This autoethnography focuses on the author’s experience of being unexpectedly mentored by senior/Elder faculty members throughout her learning journey as an undergraduate and graduate student, and as a developing academic and researcher. Now, an associate professor, conducting research on tacit knowledge acquired, over an extended period of time by Elder faculty members in university settings, the author reflects on the significance of unexpected mentoring moments experienced along her own circuitous adult learning pathway.