USA Faculty Senate Academic Development & Mentoring Program Committee

"This Committee will coordinate the Senate mentoring program for new faculty. It will recommend policies for the mentoring program, identify and recruit faculty mentors, and establish operating procedures. The Committee will also represent faculty in matters related to academic development at the university level." (Chapter 2, page 39 Faculty Handbook, 2003)

2004-05 Members

Barbara Burckhartt, Medicine
Bob Coleman, Arts & Sciences
Brenda Beverly, Allied Health
Curtis Harris, Medicine
John Kovaleski, Chair, Education
Irene McIntosh, Education
Ehab Molokhia, Medicine
Robert Moore, Allied Health

2004-05 Final Report (Word)
2004-05 Mentoring Evaluation Form (Word)
2004-05 Mentoring Evaluation Responses (Word)

Current Issues:

  • Administer mentoring program for new faculty
  • Recruitment of senior faculty mentors
  • Reception for new faculty and faculty mentors
  • Mentoring Program evaluation

Mentoring Program Guidelines


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