Mentorship has long been a critical element of faculty development. While some departments and research offices offer training tools or additional support, the ad hoc nature of these relationships means they are largely unstructured—and early-career faculty have varying experiences and support networks.
This infographic explores the ten most impactful tactics for building an effective mentorship program. Review these real-life examples to build or improve your program.
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