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COUNCIL OF ADVISORS

The Council of Advisors is a group of experienced faculty members who have volunteered to provide career advising to assistant professors in the regular rank and in-residence series. The Council is made up of former members of the Academic Senate Council on Academic Personnel (CAP), as well as Full Professors. Members represent all areas of the campus, including the School of Medicine. This Council provides both breadth and depth in terms of understanding what is required to advance through the faculty ranks at UCLA.

If you are interested in participating in the Council of Advisors Program, please email Diversity & Faculty Development or call (310) 206-7411

EVENTS

"Getting the Mentoring You Need," January 14, 2014, for Assistant Professors and Advisees in the Council of Advisors.

Career Advising/Mentoring Conference, UCI PAID Consortium - Nov. 4, 2011 -- Program Materials

NETWORKS

National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity provides a professional development, training, and mentoring community to help new faculty members make a successful transition from graduate student to professor.

Latinas in Computing Web Portal

MentorNet®'s One-on-One Program links undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career faculty in engineering, science, math, and technology with professionals in their fields for mentoring relationships.

Earth Science Women’s Network

GENERAL RESOURCES

Making the Most of Mentors: A Guide for Mentees (PDF)

VCU School of Medicine Faculty Mentoring Guide

Faculty Mentoring Resources @ UW Oshkosh

"Candor in the Evaluation of Tenure-Track Faculty." Good Practice in Tenure Evaluation

Academic Mentoring—How to Give It and How to Get It. A.S. Detsky & M.O. Baerlocher

Giving and Getting Career Advice: A Guide for Junior and Senior Faculty. NSF ADVANCE, University of Michigan

Mentoring the Mentors: Aligning Mentor and Mentee Expectations. J.M. Lee et al.

How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty at a Diverse University. University of Michigan, The Rackham School of Graduate Studies

RESOURCES FOR CHAIRS

Diversity & Faculty Development Chair Forum Materials: Mentoring and Advancement

Mentoring New Faculty: Advice to Department Chairs. M.A. Olmstead, University of Washington

Principles of Good Practice: Supporting Early-Career Faculty. M.D. Scorcinelli