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The Faculty Development Series guide for New and Early-Career Faculty and Faculty Mentor Program is designed to facilitate the orientation of new and early career faculty to the UTA academic community and to provide professional support and assistance for achievement of quality teaching, research, scholarship, creative activity and service. Successful productivity in these areas benefit not only the new and early career faculty member, but the UTA community as a whole.
A key component of the Faculty Development Series is faculty mentoring. This guide is for both the new and early career faculty members and their faculty mentors.
Mentorship Program Objectives
The Role of the Mentor
Experienced faculty mentors are vital components in assisting new faculty through their early faculty years. Some of these areas include: UTA policies, procedures and overall campus environment, research, teaching, service commitments, tenure and/or evaluation process, and balancing professional and personal life.
Benefits of Being a Faculty Mentor
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The Faculty Mentorship Program is in partnership with the Division of Faculty Success (DFS).