Faculty MAP Resources
Peer mentoring of faculty is beneficial to both the mentee and mentor. The CAS is committed to providing the training, support, and resources for faculty mentors who are generously providing time and expertise to their colleagues. The following resources might be beneficial to both mentors and mentees in optimizing the mentoring relationship and outcomes. If you have any difficulty accessing any of the documents, please email CASFacMAP@GSU.edu.
- Mentoring Agreement – This document can help establish a professional mentoring relationship and clarify mentor and mentee roles and responsibilities.
- Individual Development Plan – This document provides a template for the mentee to evaluate time commitments and detail short- and long-term goals.
- Mentoring Network Worksheet – This document provides a way to examine the various mentors and advisors that might be of assistance and tied to specific goals.
The following local restaurants are committed to the success of the Faculty MAP, and each has agreed to provide a 10% discount on the bill when mentoring meetings are held at their establishments. Simply notify the cashier that you are holding a mentoring meeting as part of the Faculty MAP.
- Buenos Dias Café (30 Decatur Street)
- Ebrik Coffee Room (16 Park Place South)
- Highland Bakery (25 Park Place)
- Landmark Diner (60 Luckie Street)
- Starbucks (40 Hurt Plaza)
The following websites have information and additional resources relevant to faculty peer mentoring.
- National Research Mentoring Network (https://Nrmnet.net) is a national research-mentoring network that provides training and resources across disciplines and ranks.
Scholarly Texts, Chapters, and Articles
The following are published writing about mentorship.
Allen, T. D. (2007). Mentoring relationships from the perspective of the mentor. In B. R. Ragins & K. E. Kram (Eds.) The handbook of mentoring at work: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 123-147). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.
Allen, T. D., Eby, L. T., & Lentz, E. (2006). Mentorship behaviors and mentorship quality associated with formal mentoring programs: Closing the gap between research and practice. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 567-578.
- Fletcher, S., & Mullen, C. A. (Eds.). (2012). Sage handbook of mentoring and coaching in education. Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
- Hernandez, P. R., Estrada, M., Woodcock, A., & Schultz, P. W. (2017). Protégé perceptions of high mentorship quality depend on shared values more than on demographic match. The Journal of Experimental Education, 85, 450-468.
- Johnson, W. B. (2015). On being a mentor: A guide for higher education faculty. New York, NY: Routledge.
- Marina, B. L. H. (2015). Mentoring away the glass ceiling in academia: A cultured critique. Lanham, MA: Lexington Books.
Pachter, L. M., & Kodjo, C. (2015). New century scholars: A mentorship program to increase workforce diversity in academic pediatrics. Academic Medicine, 90, 881-887.
- Phillips, S. L., & Dennison, S. T. (2015). Faculty mentoring: A practical manual for mentors, mentees, administrators, and faculty developers. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Sands, R. G., Parson, L. A., & Duane, J. (1991). Faculty mentoring faculty in a public university. The Journal of Higher Education, 62, 174-193.
Tillman, L. C. (2001). Mentoring African American faculty in predominantly White institutions. Research in Higher Education, 42, 295-325.
- Wills, C. E., & Kaiser, L. (2002). Navigating the course of scholarly productivity: The protégé’s role in mentoring. Nursing Outlook, 50, 61-66.
Essays and Opinions
The following are online articles, opinion pieces, and blog posts relevant to faculty mentoring.
- Beckymcboatface (pseudonym) (2018). An elephant in the room: How we set ourselves up to be bad at mentoring. Tenure, She Wrote (blog)
- Lieberman, M. (2018). Peer mentoring for instructional designers pays off. Inside Higher Ed.
- McMurtrie, B. (2018). Want to help professors become better teachers? Find them a mentor. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Rockquemore, K. A. (2013). A new model of mentoring. Inside Higher Ed.
- Rockquemore, K. A. (2013). Be a coach, not a guru. Inside Higher Ed.