Mentoring Committee

The Mentoring Committee Promotes professional and personal development among academic staff by:

A. Documenting and communicating campus mentoring programs, activities and resources for academic staff.

B. Working with current university resources to provide available mentors for incoming academic staff.

C. Developing and delivering campus presentations and workshops on mentoring.

D.Partnering with campus groups and committees, like CASIs, to develop mentoring opportunities for professions or title series.

Contact any committee member if you have questions, comments, or suggestions.

Agendas and Minutes can be found here.

For resources on mentoring, go to the Mentor Match Program page.

Interested in a committee?

If you wish to be considered for current and future committee openings, please fill out the Committee Interest Survey. The survey provides a comprehensive list of all committees with links to more information, including committee charges and current committee membership. You may resubmit this survey at any time to update your committee interests. Indicating your interest via the survey is not binding.

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