The under-representation of women in senior academic posts in Australia is widely acknowledged, and mentoring programs are one way in which the tertiary sector is responding to this imbalance. However, mentoring programs cannot produce results unless junior to mid-level academic women are convinced of their efficacy and motivation to participate. This study will look a group mentoring approaches and interview a sample of academic women at University of Canberra
|Short title||Attitudes towards group mentoring: an empirical un|
|Effective start/end date||2/01/07 → 30/04/09|
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