Recruiting young women into the research and teaching specialty of ethnic geography is essential in an ever-increasing diverse nation. Once young women ethnic geographers enter into tenure-track academic positions, they need role models and mentors who can guide them to successful tenure and promotion and to rewarding professional careers in ethnic geography. The panel of diverse voices will discuss vital issues, concerns, and strategies that can lead to solid mentoring processes that engender beneficial pathways for young women ethnic geographers.
|Panelist||Marie Price George Washington University||20|
|Panelist||Madhuri Sharma University of Tennessee, Knoxville||20|
|Panelist||Wei Li Arizona State University||20|
|Panelist||Rebecca Torres University of Texas at Austin||20|
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