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Portillo on nested mentoring model

Monday, August 31, 2015

Professor_Shannon_PortilloProfessor Shannon Portillo wrote a blog article for the Consortium of Undergraduate Law & Justice Program titled, "Nested Mentoring." Here's an excerpt:

"My former colleague, and good friend, Danielle S. Rudes originally turned me onto the nested mentorship model. In my current work, I’ve been able to adapt this model to build a team of undergraduate and graduate research assistants studying how we conceptualize justice in sociolegal scholarship.... The nested mentorship model builds off of a 'see, hear, do' approach, exposing students to research."

Read Dr. Portillo's full blog article here.


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