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One-on-one mentoring provides support and guidance to junior faculty while they navigate the demands of their pre-tenure years. Junior faculty benefit from the advice their mentors offer, and senior faculty find it rewarding and valuable to engage with junior colleagues. Once tenured, faculty members face a different set of challenges than their pre-tenure colleagues. UBC Science supports pre-tenure mentoring and encourages the development of post-tenure mentoring strategies in the departments.
This page provides guidelines for developing departmental policies on faculty mentoring, recommendations for establishing and maintaining a successful mentor-mentee relationship, and pointers to further internal and external resources on mentoring and related topics.
UBC Science promotes the mentoring of pre- and post-tenure faculty. The goals of mentoring are to help prepare junior faculty for promotion and tenure and, more generally, to ensure our faculty's success. UBC Science expects all departments to provide one-on-one mentoring for each junior faculty member. The Statement of Principles on Mentoring provides guidelines for departmental mentoring policies.
» Download the UBC Science Statement of Principles on Mentoring | PDF, 70 kb
This sample mentoring policy is intended to bring various considerations to the attention of the departments when developing their mentoring policies or revising existing mentoring policies.
» Download Sample Mentoring Policy document | PDF, 70 kb
Report of the UBC Faculty of Science Ad-hoc Committee on Mentoring of New Faculty, 2004.
» Download the Mentoring Report 2004 | PDF, 80 kb
Mentor's and mentee's roles, suggestions on meeting schedules and ways to communicate successfully.
» Download Mentoring Process document | PDF, 120 kb
Suggested areas for discussion between mentor and mentee (instructors, assistant and associate professors), concrete questions per area.
» Download Mentoring Topics document | PDF, 200 kb
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