Faculty Mentoring Program
The Faculty Mentoring Program, developed and guided by EFSC's Faculty Mentoring Steering Committee, is designed to help ease transition into the College and provide new full-time faculty members a safe, one-on-one resource person to work with in their field.
The matching process involves a careful selection of effective, experienced faculty volunteers who believe in the program's goals. New faculty work with their mentors from the first semester of employment until attaining tenure, which typically takes five to seven years. The mentoring process is outlined in the New Faculty Mentoring Program Guidebook.
Faculty may contact a Faculty Mentoring Steering Committee (FMSC) member to inquire about mentoring. The term listed is the date members cycle off the committee. View the FMSC Handbook.
- Jessica Milford, Health Sciences, Cocoa
(Chair, Spring 2024)
- Daniel Clancy, Health Sciences, Melbourne
- Jessica Quintinita, Health Sciences, Melbourne
- Mansoor Khan, Liberal Arts, Cocoa
- Steven Barber, Business, Melbourne
- Mane Avetisyan, Speech, Palm Bay
- Shari Rhymer, Health Sciences, Melbourne
- Rachel Rinehart, Palm Bay, Communications
(Coordinator, Spring 2024)
- Dr. Carolyn VanBergen, Communications, Melbourne
Mentoring Committee Meeting Minutes
2023-24 Academic Year
2022-23 Academic Year
2021-22 Academic Year
2020-21 Academic Year
2019-20 Academic Year
2018-19 Academic Year
2017-18 Academic Year
2015-16 Academic Year
Pathway to Tenure Task Force Minutes
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