cultural humility, faculty-student mentorship, mentoring
This article explores the beginnings of an informal faculty-student mentorship developed to support each other's quest to become increasingly competent global citizens. Through discussion of embracing global youth work as a joint objects and with first-person accounts, we attempt to encourage readers to do two things: engage in mentoring relationships, and practice cultural humility.
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Oswald, Lauren and Korsmo, John, "Valuing Mentorship: Towards Cultural Humility" (2015). Woodring Scholarship on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 34.
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