The importance of mentoring for new faculty

07/15/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

New faculty need the mentoring of senior staff to feel welcomed, according to faculty development expert Kerry Ann Rockquemore. Senior faculty should contact new colleagues and offer to help them settle in, get equipment and set a time to meet face-to-face. "Take two minutes, close your eyes, and remember what it felt like to walk into your first department to start your first tenure-track job," Rockquemore suggests.

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