Most faculty understand the benefits of mentoring early career faculty. An experienced faculty member shares experiences, advice, and expertise regarding the ins and outs of teaching, research, service, university and department specific protocols, and balance. What may be unexpected is that experienced faculty also benefit from mentoring. When working toward a particular career goal, it is always beneficial to tap the expertise of someone who has already achieved that goal or a similar goal.
If you need facilitation with faculty mentoring, please contact Dr. Peggy Wright-Cleveland at email@example.com or 645-8202.
NCFDD Mentoring Map (PDF)