ADVANCING Professional Track Faculty is a year-long peer network for professional track faculty, designed to provide opportunities for professional growth. This peer network aims to expand on-campus professional networks and community; offer knowledge, concrete examples and models; and enhance the sense of agency faculty feel toward their work and career advancement at the University of Maryland. Click here to review the call for participation.
UMD ADVANCE announces a call for participation in the Keeping our Faculties program, a year-long mutual mentoring seminar designed to enhance the professional growth of early-career women faculty. Participants in the program meet once a month with a senior woman professor to build a support network, learn about tenure and promotion, work on career advancement materials, and discuss all aspects of career success at UMD. Click here to review the call for participation.
The Advancing Faculty Diversity program is a year-long research career development and leadership training program for full-time assistant and associate faculty of color at the University of Maryland. Click here to review the call for participation.
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|University Policy requires that within a tenure-track faculty member's first semester, chairs should:
Other requirements for chairs, related to mentoring:
Over the past several years, Faculty Affairs has conducted studies to assess mentoring practices on campus. One surveyed department chairs, and the other tenure-track faculty members. In the fall of 2011, the results were presented to the Council of Deans. Key findings below.