Resources on Faculty Mentoring

CRLT Consultations on Faculty Mentoring 

Staff from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) are available for consultations about faculty mentoring with individuals, departments, and colleges and schools. Topics include best practices in designing, implementing, and assessing a faculty mentoring program; approaches to orientation and training for mentors and mentees; and review of key resources, among others. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact Matt Kaplan, Managing Director, CRLT (936-0644, mlkaplan@umich.edu).

Resources on Faculty Mentoring

This page provides a wide range of resources on faculty mentoring.  Below you will find websites and articles on faculty mentoring as well as a bibliography.  The website will be updated periodically.  If you have any suggestions for additional resources, please email Matt Kaplan at CRLT (mlkaplan@umich.edu).


Table of Contents

UM Resources

Institutional Programs

Websites of Institutional Programs
Articles on Institutional Programs

Mentoring: General

Mentoring: Group-Specific

Women Faculty
Faculty of Color

Mentoring: Discipline-Specific

Engineering
Higher Education / Teacher Education
Humanities / Arts
Law
Library Science
Medicine / Dentistry / Health
Nursing
Pharmacy
Sciences
Social Sciences / Social Work

Articles for Deans and Department Chairs

Developing Mentoring Programs

Assessing Mentoring Programs

Mentor / Mentee Training Materials

Bibliography

Prepared by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) University of Michigan, February 15, 2001

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