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Program Management System - 21st BCCE - Mentoring Faculty: Lengthening and Strengthening the Chain

Symposium Title: Mentoring Faculty: Lengthening and Strengthening the Chain
Descrption: Every member of the academic unit is involved in mentoring faculty. In the most traditional situation, new faculty are mentored by more senior colleagues, but there are many variations of this theme. Senior faculty are mentored by their emeritus colleagues. Women and minority faculty or faculty with non-traditional lifestyles often mentor each other. In each case, the chain of formal and informal knowledge about teaching and survival in academia is lengthened and strengthened. In this symposium we seek input from all levels of faculty on their mentoring successes and experiences.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Luis Montes
CoOrganizers: Cheryl Frech
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[2010-08-04 09:40:00 - 12:00:00] - Luis Montes, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
10:20:00 introduction
10:25:00Amina El-AshmawyProfessional development challenges and opportunities
10:45:00Cheryl FrechThe multifaceted role of the department chair in mentoring
11:05:00 break
11:20:00Julie AbrahamsonMentoring for non-tenure track positions: Helping persons in these positions avoid becoming vulnerable
11:40:00Luis MontesThe many types of mentoring: Review and experiences
12:00:00 discussion
 

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