Mentoring Resources: For Program Chairs

Mentoring Resources + Templates List for Program Chairs Mentoring Assignments In assigning mentoring relationships, the following key priorities can be supplemented by further discussions with the eligible mentees and mentors to check the suitability of a match. Size and Ratios for Mentoring Relationships The size of any mentoring groups and ratios of mentees to mentors

Mentoring Resources: For Mentees

Mentoring Resources + Templates List for Mentees Structure of Mentoring Assignments Customized Assigned Mentoring Scenario Phase 1 of the mentoring program is set up as a framework through which mentees can customize the support they require. A suite of possible mentoring formats are offered, from which each mentee can choose what will best suit their

Mentoring Resources: Getting Started

Mentoring Timeline Spring / Summer Semesters Fall Semester Winter Semester Different Mentoring Scenarios for Different Types of Support The mentoring models outlined below are a starting point for mentees to discuss with their Program Chair as to what scenario is most appropriate for them. If desired, mentees also have the option to choose a hybrid of

Mentoring Resources: Roles & Expectations

Roles & Expectations Mentoring is conceived as a partnership between mentees, mentors, and College leadership all working together towards the mentees’ tenure and success. Expectations of Mentees The tenure and success of the mentee is the focus of this mentoring program and assigned mentoring relationships. As such, the following should be noted as terms of agreement for participation as

4S Conference Nov 8-11: Call for Papers, Closed Panels, and Making and Doing Presentations (Deadline: May 26, 2023)

Call for Papers, Closed Panels, and Making and Doing PresentationsDeadline: May 26, 2023 (notification of acceptance on June 9)We will begin accepting submissions at the end of April. We invite submissions for papers, closed panels, and Making & Doing sessions that align with the conference theme. We are interested in proposals that expand our

UROP accepting applications for summer 2023

Apply now to request a UROP student fellow to help support your research plans this summer. Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, research scientists and advanced graduate students are eligible to be UROP research mentors. UROP provides students’ stipend salary, skill-building workshops, and $500-800 per student for mentors to cover research-related expenses. Apply to renew or submit a new project

Engage Detroit Workshops: Request for Proposals (Submissions due: April 28th)

Engage Detroit Workshops: Request for ProposalsSubmissions due: April 28th The Engage Detroit Workshops grant program supports small groups of U-M faculty and staff members with a faculty lead in organizing a workshop, speaker series, or similar event centered on a topic relevant to Detroit communities. The Vice Provost for Engaged Learning (VPEL) will provide financial support for