Designed to provide supportive relationships and experienced guidance for faculty around all aspects of academic life and help acclimate faculty as they adjust to a new environment or role. Our well-respected, experienced mentors provide important advice and support on issues that are central to your success, including teaching, networking, time management, research, grant writing, publishing, work/life balance, and navigating departmental cultures. This program is open to all faculty, including both non-tenure-track and tenure-track faculty, full-time and part-time.
Faculty are welcome to apply to be a mentee or mentor. View the details below and apply for the one that best suits you.
Want a faculty mentor to mentor you? Want to get knowledge and experiences passed on from other faculty members? Form lasting relationships that help. Benefits for the Mentee: Having a guide/coach can make the journey easier and more enjoyable. Benefits for new faculty members include: Enhanced teaching and research skills; Receive constructive and critical feedback; Insights on navigating the institutional terrain; Networking with key senior faculty; Advice on balancing the demands of teaching, research, service. Sign up to be a mentor or mentee today and participate in our supportive programming throughout the year.
Want to be a mentor? Want to pass on your experiences and knowledge to other faculty members? Form lasting relationships that matter. Benefits for the Mentor: Mentoring relationships have many advantages, not the least of which is a rejuvenated sense of professional purpose. Mentor benefits include: A genuine sense of "giving back" by contributing to the development of a colleague; A deepened sense of adding to the overall climate of change at the university; Developing a network of colleagues; A reinvigorated and renewed perspective on your own teaching and scholarship.