American Association of College and Universities: Liberal Education
In “Cross-Cultural Mentoring: A Pathway to Making Excellence Inclusive,” published in Liberal Education by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, Dr. Betty explores cross-cultural mentoring, a best practice she calls the Three V’s of Values, Virtues, and Vision. She also shares the part of her life story that made her dedicate a good part of her career to cross-cultural mentoring.
Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities
As a descendant of several of the 623 African American men who were victimized in the United States Public Health Service Syphilis Study in Tuskegee/Macon County, Alabama, from 1932-1972, Dr. Betty responds to Rev. Joan Harrell’s presentation, “Why Are We Here: Communal Bad Blood Perpetuates a Legacy of Mistrust.” Dr. Crutcher looks to a higher power for a needed solution.
University of Richmond Alumni Magazine
The February issue of the University of Richmond Alumni magazine included "The Power of a Mentor" by alum Dr. Leslie Mark. Dr. Mark had been a mentee of Dr. Betty. She includes this special relationship in her college mentoring experiences.
American Association of Colleges and Universities: Diversity and Democracy
In this issue of Diversity and Democracy published by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, Dr. Betty joins Dr. Joan R. Harrell and Dr. Wylin Wilson to offer a comprehensive overview in “Transforming the Negative Legacy of the Unethical United States Public Health Service Syphilis Study.” Dr. Betty also offers some personal reflections and describes her work with the Voices for Our Fathers Legacy Foundation.
American Association of University Professors Academe
“Mentors need not have the same cultural or social background as their mentees. But they must pay close attention to the implications of the differences.” In “Mentoring Across Cultures,” published in Academe, the journal of the American Association of University Professors, Dr. Betty offers a study of best practices in cross-cultural mentoring that she conducted for her doctoral dissertation. She reviews “The Mentors’ Experience,” “Difficult Circumstances,” “Boundaries,” and “Gender Differences.”
Stanford University /Tomorrow’s Professor Postings
Dr. Betty’s work on cross-cultural mentoring is also available at the Stanford University Tomorrow’s Professors site for online faculty development. “Mentoring Across Cultures” is listed under “Tomorrow’s Teaching and Learning” and “Cross-Cultural Mentoring: A Pathway to Making Excellence Inclusive” is listed under “Tomorrow’s Academy.”