Faculty Mentoring Communities
Who Is in Your Neighborhood? How might you be a conversational partner to a colleague? The CTL: Faculty Development Center facilitates a faculty mentoring community that extends connections beyond one’s discipline. This initiative operates on the assumption that all faculty, regardless of status, have experiences and skills to offer one another.
Meet with a colleague to discuss:
- teaching & learning strategies
- research & scholarship
- creative activity
- work/life balance
- community engagement & services
- campus culture & leadership and much more!
Join our WSU mentoring community today. Below are resources for both seeking and offering to become a conversation partner.
We strongly encourage faculty to connect globally too. Worcester State is a proud member of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD). The NCFDD is a nationally-recognized, independent organization that provides online career development and mentoring resources for faculty, staff, graduate students, and post-docs. One specific NCFDD resource that WSU faculty rave about is their writing accountability program.
Are you willing to serve as a Mentor? What is your superpower?