Press Release: Dr. Jean Rhodes Appointed to Editorial Board of the Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition

Boston, MA – MentorPRO, a pioneering, evidence-based platform dedicated to enhancing student success through mentorship, is thrilled to announce that our co-founder, Frank L. Boyden Professor of Psychology Jean Rhodes, of the University of Massachusetts Boston, has been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, a leading publication that focuses on the challenges and opportunities of the first-year college experience. Professor Rhodes’ expertise in mentorship and her innovative perspective on student success will greatly contribute to the journal’s mission of promoting effective strategies to support students during this pivotal time.
Professor Rhodes is internationally recognized for her research on mentoring and its significant impact on college success. MentorPRO reflects an innovative approach to translating this research into practical tools and strategies. MentorPRO empowers educational institutions to implement effective mentorship programs, fostering an environment where students can thrive academically and personally. In addition to her research, Professor Rhodes serves as the Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring and Editor of the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. Her leadership in these roles has been instrumental in disseminating the latest research and best practices in mentoring to a global audience, fostering a community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to enhancing the impact of mentorship in education.
About MentorPRO
MentorPRO is an innovative platform designed to enhance student success through evidence-based mentorship programs. Developed by experts in the field of mentoring, MentorPRO offers educational institutions the tools and strategies needed to implement impactful mentorship initiatives, fostering environments where students can excel both academically and personally.
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