Early Career Faculty: Mentees
As a junior faculty member at UNC-CH, you will be asked to do a number of things as they relate to your teaching, research, and service. The following resources are intended to help you structure your first few years to make them the most productive that they can be.
- Table of UNC-CH Mentoring Resources
- As a new faculty member who is just developing your network of colleagues, use the Mentoring Map to map out your formal and informal (e.g., peer) mentoring relationships—from the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)
- Develop an Individual Development Plan (IDP) to outline your teaching, service, and scholarly goals and the potential mentors who can help you to reach these goals.
- Use a Self-Assessment Form (FACULTY SELF-ASSESSMENT FORM 6-1-17) to track your annual progress in preparation for your annual reviews with your chair
- Request a consultation with the CFE Coordinator to get you started in using any of these tools
- June Merlino, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Check back for programming to help faculty with using any of these tools.
CFE Mentoring Highlights:
Finding a Mentor and Building Strong Mentoring Relationships
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How to Be an Effective Faculty Mentor
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