Mentoring 101 Workshop : How to get what you need to Thrive in the Academy

• Do you have a reliable and strong network of mentors?
• Are you struggling to cultivate mentoring relationships?
• Do you know the difference between a mentor and a sponsor?
• Are you moving to a new stage of your career and wondering how to find new mentors and sponsors that are appropriate to the next level?

Traditional ideas about mentoring often leave faculty feeling that something is missing in their professional development. In this workshop, we challenge the conventional wisdom about faculty mentoring and present a new framework to help you re-imagine how mentoring works. All participants will map their current mentoring network, identify the pressing areas of need that are not being met, and create a plan to expand their existing mentoring network.

Audience: Tenure Track Assistant Professors
Date: 10/7/2016
Time:  8:30am – 11:30am | Breakfast: 8:00am
Location: Charles F. Knight  Executive Education and Conference Center, Classroom 220
Seating is limited. RSVP on or before 10/5/2016: http://www.facultydiversity.org/events/register.aspx?id=818957
Facilitator:

Rosemarie A. Roberts, PhD.Faculty Success CoachNational Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

Rosemarie A. Roberts, PhD.
Faculty Success Coach
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity

Rosemarie A. Roberts, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Dance at Connecticut College, where she teaches the theory, pedagogy, and practice of dance and performance as well as the life of mind and body. Her artistic and scholarly work blends history, dance, and critical social theory. She writes about dance and the body as sites of resistance, public scholarship, and critical pedagogies of embodiment. In addition to co-authoring a book and dvd project (Echoes of Brown: Youth Documenting and Performing the Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education) recent titles include: How Do We Quote Black and Brown Bodies? Critical Reflections on Theorizing and Studying Embodiments, Facing and Transforming Hauntings of Race through the Arts and Research to Performance Methodology: Embodying Knowledge & Power from the Field to the Concert Stage. She serves on the board of the Congress on Research in Dance (CORD). A transplanted city girl, Rosemarie enjoys the beautiful land and waterscape of Southeast Connecticut where she lives with her awesome teenager.

Faculty Success Coaching Specializations:

  • Achieving work/life balance in academia
  • Moving gracefully through academic career transitions
  • Identifying and overcoming writing/research resistance and obstacles
  • Productive writing and other artistic practices
  • Interdisciplinary and collaborative research

This workshop is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement and Institutional Diversity and is presented by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD).

Questions? Contact Gail Boker, Program Coordinator – Diversity Initiatives