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Faculty Mentoring


Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Phone: (301) 295-3016

What is Faculty Mentoring?

Faculty mentoring is a core component of career and academic success, as well as enhanced personal growth and job satisfaction. The USU Faculty Senate supports these vital concepts and has developed this Faculty Mentoring Web-Site to facilitate all USU Faculty in finding mentors for all aspects of their academic life. Some characteristics of mentors and mentee's are listed below.

Faculty Mentoring at USU

The primary responsibility for mentoring at USU is within the individual department of the schools and institutes of the University. One of the subcommittees of the USU Faculty Senate is the Faculty Mentoring subcommittee, the role of which is to help facilitate mentoring within the University. If you are interested in becoming a USU mentor or in searching for a USU mentor please follow the links below. If you would like additional information regarding the USU Faculty Senate Mentoring Program, please contact one of the members:

USU Faculty Mentoring Subcommittee

Co-chairs
Committee Members
  • Johnan Kaleeba
  • Nick Lezama
  • Sandra Bibb
  • Bill Haffner
  • John Johnson
  • Grant Lattin
  • Lisa McTigue
  • Susan Rasmussen
  • Brian Reamy
  • Justin Woodson

Mentor - responsibilities/characteristics

  • Provide a positive and professional environment for academic growth
  • Be accessible
  • Encourage individual growth
  • Support networking within and outside the USU environment
  • Provide honest feedback on mentee's progress

Mentee - responsibilities/characteristics

  • Be respectful of the time your mentor is giving you
  • Be an active listener to your mentor
  • Be eager to engage in opportunities for growth
  • Be open to the ideas and opinions of your mentor

Faculty Mentoring and Networking Tool

Mentors are critical to the professional development and success of all faculty members, junior/senior, uniformed/civilian, basic/clinical. Please sign up to be a USU faculty mentor to help colleagues. Using this system, you can sign up to be a mentor and/or you can find a potential mentor.

If you are using a Macintosh to access the Faculty Mentoring application, please use the Safari browser. IE8 users should access this page using the Mozilla Firefox browser.

Faculty Mentoring and Networking Tool

Mentors are critical to the professional development and success of all faculty members, junior/senior, uniformed/civilian, basic/clinical. Please sign up to be a USU faculty mentor to help colleagues. Using this system, you can sign up to be a mentor and/or you can find a potential mentor.

If you are using a Macintosh to access the Faculty Mentoring application, please use the Safari browser. IE8 users should access this page using the Mozilla Firefox browser.


2011 New Faculty Orientation Day Presentations

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