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Faculty Mentoring Program

The mentoring program in the School of Education is designed to promote the development of productive academic careers on new tenure-track faculty. The Dean of the School will match new tenure-track faculty members who choose to participate in the program with an Associate or Professor to serve as a mentor. The program is entirely voluntary for both the mentor and protégé.

Role of the Mentor

Mentors guide and facilitate the academic career of a new or junior level faculty member. Mentoring activities may include:

Additional SOE Mentoring Activities

To Become a Mentor or Protégé

Complete the attached form and send to:

Dean's Office
School of Education
Wham 115
Mailcode 4624

Watermark Users

The utilization of Watermark, an electronic assessment system, allows educational students the opportunity to develop electronic portfolios and submit assignments online. It allows a holistic framework for reflection upon the central issues of teaching and learning, aligned with reflective writing required of candidates at earlier levels in the Teacher Education Programs. The portfolio involves process as well as a product; you will create a meaningful record of your performance during your course of study, during professional semester and to engage in ongoing reflection while applying your new teaching skills.

For more information contact:

Dr. Jessica L. Madden
Watermark Coordinator


2025 Strategic Plan Report

Open Faculty Forum

(Meeting Recording and/or Minutes)

Contact Information

Computer Support, Website Updates, and Copy Requests

Computer Support


School Related Website Updates

James Flach
Wham 222D

Please use this form to submit updates.

Copy Requests

Please follow these instructions to submit copy requests.