Mentoring Program for New Faculty
"It's an important and valuable program, particularly for those whose graduate training didn't include any socialization to being an academic." - Mentor
Mentor - a trusted counselor or guide.
(Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, 1986.)
Recognizing that many new faculty often have questions and uncertainties when transitioning to a new environment, faculty may self-select to participate in the University's New Faculty Mentoring Program. Both full-time faculty members and part-time contract academic staff may request a mentor in support of the following areas:
- and/or a social-cultural
Requests may be submitted online via the electronic registration form (see below). Educational Development plays a co-ordinating role in pairing applicants with experienced faculty who can advise them on teaching and research matters.
Resources to facilitate the mentor/mentee process are provided below. If you are interested in taking part in the New Faculty Mentoring Program, please complete the online registration form. If you are interested in becoming a mentor or have comments or questions please contact the Educational Development Assistant at extension 3507 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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