Mentoring & Developing Networks

Research studies on mentoring have shown its usefulness in addressing obstacles to faculty success, and is an effective aid in the promotion of socialization, productivity and satisfaction. For a successful mentor/mentee relationship to occur there must be a good match.

Areas that should be addressed include research, teaching, service, networking, career development and work-life integration. (ADVANCE RIT).

Several ADVANCE institutions have established Peer Mentoring Programs; hold annual Women Faculty Mentor Award; annual reception to welcome new women faculty and to celebrate promotions.

Additionally, through their commitment to the ADVANCE program, the benefits of these mentoring programs are assessed annually, through surveys.


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