About and By UNST Mentors
The University Studies Peer Mentor Program uses course evaluations as one method of evaluating mentor performance. We also study mentors and their experiences in order to improve the mentor program.
There are opportunities for Peer Mentors to work on research projects related to student success and program assessment. Mentors have helped the program understand more about who our mentors are, how students experience the process of building ePortfolios, and the many subgroups among our students whose first language is not English.
As you read these reports, let us know what questions they raise and how you use this information to inform your practice. Contact Rowanna Carpenter, Assessment Coordinator, (email@example.com) with any questions about UNST assessment or research.
|Fall 2011||This excerpt from the 2010-2011 Annual Assessment Report summarizes course evaluation information for undergraduate and graduate peer mentors.|
This report, written by undergraduate peer mentor Jacob Coppolla, provides a profile of undergraduate mentors and identifies subgroups that are underrepresented in the mentor community.
This report articulates mentors impact on their students and the impact of the mentoring experience on mentors.