Academic Faculty Mentoring Program
The purpose of the Faculty Mentoring Program is to enable faculty to achieve high levels of success through mentoring as UNLV endeavors to attain a Carnegie Foundation designation of "Research University/Very High" (RU/VH).
Our goals are:
- to provide the resources, information and support through mentoring for faculty in their professional endeavors while at UNLV;
- to offer centralized services, such as mentoring groups and workshops as professional development opportunities;
- to provide faculty networking opportunities and relationship building with colleagues in a variety of disciplines from across the campus;
- to support departments/colleges as they establish and/or enhance their own mentoring systems relevant in their disciplines;
- Not to dictate a one-size-fits-all, campus-wide model for mentoring; rather to provide a networked approach to mentoring.
- TAA Workshop Flyer: May 1, 2015
- Work Satisfaction and Stress in the First and Third Year of Academic Appointment
- Business Mentoring: Help or Hindrance?
- Protégés’ and Mentors’ Reactions to Participating in Formal Mentoring Programs: A Qualitative Investigation
- Publish, Don't Perish: Twelve Steps to Help Scholars Flourish
- Taking a Hard Look at Formal Mentoring Programs
If you have any input, ideas, or would like more information, please contact Cecilia Maldonado, [email protected].