The Center for Faculty Development at the University of Colorado Denver offers two mentoring programs, each designed to assist faculty with professional development objectives and initiatives.
Tenure-Track Faculty Mentoring Program – for tenure-track Assistant Professors
The Tenure Track Faculty Mentoring Program provides professional development for pre-tenure faculty. The program pairs pre-tenure faculty with senior, tenured faculty to help with the tenure process, publishing and research grants. During the year-long program mentors and mentees engage in activities that inspire synergistic, collegial relationships and create a scholarly community. Dr. Brenda J. Allen, our Master Mentor, serves as a model for mentors and a guide for mentees. She and Dr. Ellen Stevens collaboratively lead this mentoring program. Program Information | Mentoring Log | Mentor Form | Mentee Application
The Teaching Mentors Program – for any faculty member
The Teaching Mentors Program is for any faculty member. Email the center if you’d like to be matched. This program can help you:
University of Colorado Mentoring Policy
The University of Colorado Mentoring Policy outlines areas of faculty development including mentoring of tenure track faculty. Four key mentoring components are listed below. A link to the policy is also provided below.