Faculty Mentoring Resources

Mentoring is often most successful when it happens naturally and informally. Faculty may not realize that mentoring includes informal ways of checking in with colleagues, reviewing papers and proposals, and providing introductions to key people in the field. When these informal relationships do not exist, pre-tenure faculty can be at a disadvantage unless the Department and School provide a more formal mentoring structure. Ideally, pre-tenure faculty will have a network of peers and more senior colleagues as mentors and advisors to get a complete overview of the requirements for academic success.

FD&D Mentoring Events

Mentoring in the Academy 2010

Harvard University School mentoring resources

Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS)

John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)

Harvard Business School (HBS)

Harvard Medical School (HMS)

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (SPH)

Harvard Divinity School (HDS)

Harvard Kennedy School of Government (HKS)

Harvard Law School (HLS)