Person-Environment Congruence: A Call for Increased Precision in Matching Research Mentors and Mentees

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Over the last 20 years, there has been multiple publications indicating that quality mentoring has a profound positive effect on research careers. Findings reveal that early career faculty who have strong mentor relationships tend to overall become more successful in navigating the academic environment. They are quicker at reaching career milestones which leads to establishing a solid track record in publishing and obtaining extramural funding. 

 

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Beech, B. M., & Norris, K. C. (n.d.). Person-Environment Congruence: A Call for Increased Precision in Matching Research Mentors and Mentees. Retrieved February 13, 2018, from https://ethndis.org/edonline/index.php/ethndis/article/view/857/1065

The Diversity Program Consortium Coordination and Evaluation Center at UCLA is supported by Office of the Director of the National Institutes of Health / National Institutes of General Medical Sciences under award number U54GM119024.