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Mentoring in Political Science

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 April 2017

Kristen Renwick Monroe
Affiliation:
for the APSA Task Force on Mentoring

Abstract

This is the first article in what will be an ongoing column on mentoring to be published in PS: Political Science and Politics over the next three years as part of the Task Force on Mentoring, established by the APSA Council in the fall of 2002. The Task Force was designed to provide general advice and help with mentoring, with a special focus on the needs of women and minorities. This column describes the general goals of the Task Force and asks for volunteers to help in our work as we establish a more formal mentoring program for political scientists.

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2003 by the American Political Science Association

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