Mentoring Workshop with Kathy Kram, April 25, 2014
The Office for Faculty Development and Diversity has invited Kathy Kram, PhD, the Shipley Professor in Management at the Boston University School of Management, to campus on April 25. A leading expert on mentoring and leadership development in both industry and academia, Dr. Kram is author of numerous scholarly books and articles and she is frequently interviewed for Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.
Dr. Kram will discuss academic career development during two workshops, focusing on her approach to mentoring for mid-career faculty.
Please register here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/kathy_kram_event
11:30-1:00pm –“Building Effective Mentoring and Developmental Networks” for mid-career and senior medical faculty. Located in the Saunders Research Building. Lunch provided.
2:00-3:30pm –“Building Effective Mentoring and Developmental Networks” for mid-career and senior faculty in all other disciplines. Located in Wallis Hall on River Campus.
If you have questions, please contact Kurt Zeller (email@example.com or 276-5668)
Previous Events and Mentoring Resources
Mentoring Workshop, January 22, 2013
On January 22, a panel discussion was held with the authors of a recent article in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education: "Love Letters: An Anthology of Constructive Relationship Advice Shared Between Junior Mentees and Their Mentors" (click here for article). All authors are from the University of Rochester and discussed frustrations and good advice on improving the mentor-mentee relationship.
January is National Mentoring Month
The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity has put together a way for you to thank and honor your mentor.
- To view messages from previous years, click here.
- To view the videos from the UR community in 2011, click here.
Watch University leaders (Dr. Vivian Lewis, Dr. Michael McKee, Dr. Jeffrey Alexis, and Dr. Paul Burgett) thank their mentors.
Multidimensional Mentoring Study
A new study titled Researcher Resilience through Multidimensional Mentoring- an upstate New York Initiative investigates the role of two different types of trainee and faculty mentoring education (workshops for mentors and peer mentor groups) in promoting resilience. The Principal Investigator is Dr. Vivian Lewis, Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity. For more information on the study, click here.
Spring 2012 Mentoring Conference
The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity, in collaboration with CTSI, hosts a workshop on Mentoring each spring. The 2012 workshop "Mentoring: Tales from the Front" featured Denham Ward, chair emeritus of Department of Anesthesiology, and Deborah Fowell, associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. Both speakers received mentoring awards from URMC in 2011.
This office, with support from the Faculty Working Group on Mentoring, completed a Mentoring Report in the Fall of 2010. This report, which has been accepted by the Deans, Provost, and President, concludes that mentoring is an important need throughout the University and provides general principles and recommendations for each school to increase mentoring here at Rochester. To read this report, please click here.
Dr. Clifton Poody visits Rochester
Clifton Poodry, PhD, Director of the NIH Division of Minority Opportunities in Research, visited Rochester on October 12, 2011. To view the webcast, click here.