Faculty Council Mentoring Program - Phase 1 Deadline

March 20 – May 01, 2017

The NASPA Faculty Council is pleased to share the continuance of its mentoring program for faculty. The program pairs a seasoned mentor with a new faculty member. The purpose of the program is to provide support for mentoring relationships whereby new faculty can glean advice and guidance about scholarship, teaching, service, and career plans from seasoned scholars.

Phase 1: Registration forms due May 1 (individuals seeking a pairing before the summer begins)

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The NASPA Faculty Council is pleased to share the continuance of its mentoring program for faculty. The program pairs a seasoned mentor with a new faculty member. The purpose of the program is to provide support for mentoring relationships whereby new faculty can glean advice and guidance about scholarship, teaching, service, and career plans from seasoned scholars.

Pairs are encouraged to meet regularly throughout the academic year (typically pairs meet once per month but the on a schedule should be agreed upon by both individuals). At minimum, the pair should plan to review/discuss the mentee’s CV, co-create a short and long-term professional goal and plan to achieve established goals. Mentors and mentees commit to the program for one year.

Registration for the mentorship program opens mid- to late-March.  

Phase 1: Registration forms due May 1 (individuals seeking a pairing before the summer begins)

Phase 2: Registration due August 1

Involvement Criteria

Participants must have active NASPA members. Mentees must be within their first 1 - 3 years of appointment as an assistant professor (tenure track or non-tenure track), adjunct, or lecturer. Mentors must have a minimum of five years teaching experience.

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Faculty Mentor Sign-Up Form 

Faculty Mentee Registration Form

Questions?  Contact Co-Leads, Jaimie Hoffman at [email protected] and Ashley Tull at [email protected]

 

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