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A new Black Girls’ Club: Mentoring Doctoral and ABD Candidates in Academia

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Dr Patricia Morris Carey, speaking at the Association of Black Women in Higher Education Annual Fall Conference in October 2012 held at New York University reminded her audience that parents have served as their mentors.

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Nurse, A.M. (2014). A new Black Girls’ Club: Mentoring Doctoral and ABD Candidates in Academia. In: Vongalis-Macrow, A. (eds) Career Moves. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-485-7_5

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