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Assessing Women & Men in Engineering (AWE) Undergraduate Engineering Mentee Survey

Supplemental Information:

n/a

Assessment Type:

Likert scale

Scale:

Five-point Likert scale

Publication Date:

Aug 04, 2008

Respondent:

High school students

Domain(s) Evaluated:

Competence

Sample items:

1. How do you rate the effectiveness of your mentor? (choose 1)
□ Very effective.
□ Effective.
□ Somewhat effective.
□ Minimally effective.
□ Not effective.

Reliability:

n/a

Validity:

n/a

Frequency:

sometimes

Administration time:

20 minutes

Requires a Computer:

No

Requires Internet Access:

No

Primary reference:

Tool can be found at: http://www.engr.psu.edu/awe/secured/director/diversity/mentee.aspx

Please note that you will need to make a free account to access the tools.

Comments:

There are two versions of this tool, one given before the activity and one given after. In addition, to measure the impact on the mentors refer to the Undergraduate Engineering Mentor Instruments.

Other Reference:
Marra, R., Edmister, W., Watford, B., Bogue, B., Tsai, C., Gooden, F. (2010). Peer Mentoring: Impact on Mentees and Comparison with Non-participants. American Society for Engineering Education, 1-16
The study used the Mentee survey in a thorough examination of four different hypotheses that measure the impact of the program on peer mentoring with 310 first year university students.

STEM Criteria

Science

No

Technology

No

Engineering

Yes

Math

No