As the University of Minnesota seeks to become one of the top three public universities in the world, we need to be attentive to issues concerning the life-course of faculty to support faculty success at all points of their careers. The Strategic Positioning Task Force on Faculty Culture, in their final report released in May, pointed to faculty mentoring as a key strategy to move us in the direction of excellence. In addition, the Provost's recent memo to department chairs regarding the revision of departmental standards for tenure and promotion (7.12 statements) requires a statement about how senior faculty will mentor junior assistant and associate faculty.
3 online resources (PDF files): Final report, Poster presentation, and Project summary
President's Emerging Leadership Program
Douah, Remi; Letawsky Shultz, Nikki; Nackerud, Shane; Radcliffe, Peter M.; Reubold, Todd.
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