Faculty Mentoring Program
The School of Engineering is committed to the success of our faculty. One mechanism to promote faculty success is to provide a mentoring program.
Why Participate in Faculty Mentoring?
Although mentoring is often thought of as pairing a junior and a senior faculty, we acknowledge that mentoring should be much more than this. Each person has their own expertise and can contribute to the growth of many others through opportunities to share that expertise. So rather than relying only on one-on-one mentoring, activities we are organizing both formal and informal group activities targeting specific areas of faculty development. We encourage all new faculty to attend these activities, and to participate in the program by sharing their needs and questions through this web site.
We also encourage new faculty to speak to their colleagues, personal connections are very important to your career and we were all new once ourselves. Don’t hesitate to ask a colleague if they want to have a chat over coffee or at lunch.
Centre for Teaching and Learning – Peer Mentoring Program for Faculty – contact Heather Bradshaw firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have suggestions or comments please email email@example.com.
Excellent resources are available through the CTL and the ORS:
Centre for Teaching and Learning
Accounting – Budgets – Templates
Documentation and additional materials related to the School of Engineering Faculty Mentoring Program will be available shortly.
Connect with Alon Eisenstein for further details:
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