Faculty Mentoring Central
Mentoring relationships provide developmental expertise and professional knowledge from a more experienced perspective. A mentor acts as an advisor or a coach for an individual that has less experience in the field. Mentoring is at the heart of faculty development because learning from successful colleagues is key to being successful.
In this website you will find links to forms and resources related to mentoring for mentees, mentors, department heads and deans as well as general mentoring support. All forms and resources can be downloaded as one pdf booklet called the Faculty Mentoring Guide.
Faculty Mentoring Central resources were developed and are maintianed by the Office for Faculty Excellence. If you have questions about the resources, or suggested correction or additions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.