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Academic Impressions Webcast: Rethinking Faculty Mentorship

Learn how to use elements of network-based mentoring to improve your existing mentoring programs.

Learn how your institution can implement an improved faculty mentorship program with network-based mentoring. During this training, you will be provided with a high-level view of network-based mentorship as well as resources and guides to help you operationalize on your campus. After this training you will be able to take what you learn and use the resources provided to improve your faculty mentorship program dramatically.

Included with your registration is a Mutual Mentoring Guide that outlines the network-based model as well as Mentoring Strategies that Advance Faculty. Both of these resources will be valuable as you improve your mentorship model.

Why Network-Based Faculty Mentorship?

Traditional faculty mentorship programs offer a one-on-one mentorship experience. While these types of programs do offer much needed professional development, many faculty members are left wanting more. Network-based faculty mentorship instead looks at what development faculty members seek and pairing them with multiple colleagues who can help with specific development needs.

Who Should Attend

This program is specifically designed for academic leaders who oversee Centers for Teaching Excellence. This may include deans, department chairs, faculty developers, and other academic leadership.

Access this webcast through your Academic Impressions membership.

Earlier Event: November 10
Department Chairs P&T Session
Later Event: November 17
Department Chairs Meeting