NCFDD VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Re-Thinking Mentoring: How to Build Communities of Inclusion, Support, and Accountability

On Monday, April 24th from 9:00AM – 10:30AM the Brown Center will host a National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) webinar titled, “Re-Thinking Mentoring: How to Build Communities of Inclusion, Support, and Accountability.”

This webinar will be hosted by NCFDD certified facilitator, Angelique Davis, JD, Professor of Political Science, Seattle University. The workshop is designed to start a new type of discussion about mentoring by describing the common problems that pre-tenure and post-tenure faculty members experience and why traditional mentoring programs fail to meet those needs. An alternative framework for mentoring is proposed that focuses on needs assessment and shifts the idea of mentoring from a relationship between two faculty members towards building a broad network of support, community, and accountability. The workshop concludes with a presentation of best practices in mentoring pre-tenure, under-represented and mid-career faculty. This is a great opportunity, especially for Department Chairs in departments that are currently hiring new colleagues, to consider mentoring from a different perspective. 

Professor Davis’s Bio is available via this link. After you open it scroll down through the list to her name.

Below is the Zoom registration link for the workshop. You can register in advance via the link, and once registered, you will receive the login credentials at your provided email address. Registration through Zoom is required.