Office of Faculty Affairs

  • Desired Mentoring Outcomes

    1. New faculty will gain a clearer sense of the rigors and rewards of a career in academic medicine.
    2. New faculty will acquire a better awareness of expectations for career advancement.
    3. New faculty will develop rapport with at least one other faculty member.
    4. The transition period from new investigation to established research will decrease.
    5. An increase in effective early intervention will take place.
    6. Should realize an increased cost-benefit analysis as a result of increased retention of faculty and reduction in cost of recruitment and orientation of new faculty.
    7. Should be able to demonstrate the number of individuals transferring from tenure-track to clinical at the mid-career review.
    8. Should be able to demonstrate an increase in the number of promotions from assistant to associate professor, and a decrease in the number of track changes.