The faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences are an invaluable resource and their personal and professional development and satisfaction are of paramount importance. We believe that effective mentoring is a key vehicle for enhancing the quality of people’s lives at work. As such, we prioritize mentoring and mentoring relationships. We welcome your thoughts about ways in which we can enhance and strengthen our mentoring program. We hope that our program will enable you to develop and sustain productive and beneficial mentor-mentee relationships. It is our belief that such relationships are associated with benefits for both parties, as well as the department and the institution.
This section of the website provides background information on mentoring, offers Mentoring Guidelines, includes a template for a Partnership Agreement, shares a document we have crafted on Guidance for Supporting the Career Autonomy of Junior faculty, and includes FAQs related to mentoring and answers.