Mentoring is one of the key components for promoting career success. In addition to offering information relevant to pursuing successful career paths through the promotion process, it is important to provide systematic support for faculty development at the unit level, and for individual faculty members to be active participants in the mentoring process by generating a plan for their own success.
February 16, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
110 Chittenden Hall--466 W. Circle Dr., East Lansing, MI 48824
In order to maintain high program quality, and in addition to student evaluations of education abroad programs, it is important to conduct regular, comprehensive reviews of all program aspects and do so from the perspectives of key stakeholders, such as program directors, department chairs, college-based education abroad administrators, and Office of Study Abroad program coordinators. Join us to learn from colleagues who have implemented successful models for this process.
Mentoring is one of the key components for promoting career success. It has been increasingly recognized as a bilateral exchange between a mentee and a network of mentors, with one of the primary goals being to increase the knowledge, skills and strategic moves of mentees as a core part of preparation for and advancement in current or future professional objectives. Many institutions provide information relevant to pursuing successful career paths through the promotion process.