This series of pages on mentoring is designed to provide ideas and resources related to mentoring, particularly for faculty and academic staff. It is critical that each of these individuals on our campus has access to the information and support they need to be successful.
Here’s a quick look at some upcoming professional development events for faculty, academic staff, and academic administrators as the end of the semester draws near. We look forward to seeing you at these events.
I am excited to announce the launch of a new Academic Advancement Network Leadership Fellows program at MSU. Our first cohort of mentors and fellows have been selected for this year-long program,
We hope you will find it both visually appealing and highly functional. We have added current material highlighting the work across our four nodes, which are devoted to Academic Career Paths,
During both fall and spring semesters, the President, Provost, and Executive Vice President for Administration each meet with MSU deans, directors, chairs, executive managers, and staff supervisors, level 15-17, to promote ongoing communication and to discuss current issues,
Program Overview: Introduction
The Provost’s Perspective
June Pierce Youatt,
There are many additional resources you may access, offered through MSU’s institutional partnership with national and regional organizations. Please take advantage of these opportunities.
Academic Career Paths
The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity offers live and recorded webinars,
The Academic Advancement Network is organized around four nodes, each covering a topic that is crucial to the development of the careers of faculty and academic staff. They are: Academic Career Paths,