Creative, collaborative and growth-oriented: peer mentoring as a space of possibility for doctoral students

Underpinned by a creative, collaborative and growth-oriented ethos, this case study reflects on the Research Mentoring scheme at the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media, Birmingham City University. Provided by Dr Jacqueline Taylor, Lecturer in Research Practice

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