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1 Overview of Mentoring Program Program Structure Circle of Mentors Workshops Plan for Evaluation Logistics Acknowledgements and Contact Information

2 Program Structure: Circle of Mentors UTD Senior Faculty Primary mentor Tenure, teaching/service, research (if appropriate) Monthly meetings UTD Peer Faculty Psychosocial support, teaching/service, research (if appropriate) Workshops Non-UTD Peer (directly in field) Concrete research feedback (papers,grants), Reciprocal relationship Non-UTD Senior (directly in field) General research, networking, meeting at conferences As-needed phone/ Mentee

3 Program Structure: Workshops Monthly, 1 hour (lunch) Panels of senior faculty + Q&A – Summer writing coach (June) Implementation Description of workshops in binder – Feb 17: Don‘t Perish: Research and Publication Aage Moeller BBS, Mike Peng SOM, Aria Nosratinia ECS

4 Workshop List Don‘t Perish: Research and Publication (Feb 17) Show Me the Money: Grants (March 10) In the Classroom: Teaching (April 21) Exposing Yourself: Other Professional Activities (May 26) Writing Skills and a Writing Routine (June/Summer) Clearing the Hurdle: Tenure and Promotion (Sept) Walking the Tightrope: Balancing your Professional and Personal Life (Oct) Having Difficult Conversations: Scary Situations, Departmental Politics and Negotiation (Nov)

5 Evaluation Short evaluation forms – 3 months, 6 months, 12 months (end) – Your experiences with the mentors – Ratings and suggestions for workshops Annual reports – Participants and non-participants – Compare progress Consent form

6 Binder and Other Materials Introductory materials Breakout sessions for today Tip sheets (mentee, mentor) Workshops (one tab for each)

7 Plan for Today Lunch, get to know your colleagues Break up – Mentors and mentees – Discussion questions Reconvene for conclusions

8 Acknowledgements and Contacts Faculty Senate Committee on Faculty Mentoring Rachel Croson, Chair, Magaly Spector, RUO A&H Tim Redman, BBS Anne Van Kleek, Karen Prager ECS Hlaing Minn, EPPS Paul Jargowsky, Sheryl Skaggs NSM Dr. Robert Glosser, Robert Hilborn SOM Kathy Stecke, Surya Janakiram, Orlando Richard Faculty Mentoring Program Working Group Office of Diversity and Community Outreach Magaly Spector, Lauren DeCillis Office of Educational Enhancement Rhonda Blackburn, Christine Salmon, Shaun Longstreet Associate Provost Emily Tobey President’s and Provost’s Offices

9 Going Forward Interactions with mentors – Monthly (short) meetings with internal senior – As-needed interactions with other mentors Hopefully helpful workshops Resources on website


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