207: The Value of Adjunct Faculty Mentoring: Reflecting on Best Practices

    Presenters: Nicole Alioto (Office of Graduate & Professional Studies), Parthiban David (KSB-Management), Natalie Donahue (SIS/OGPS), Blanca Flor Guillen-Woods (OGPS), Laura Lubin (KSB-Faculty Support Online Programs), Rory Neuner (OGPS), Beverly Peters (Office of Graduate & Professional Studies/School of International Service), Anjali Varma (KSB-Management), Jeremy Wade (CAS-Literature/Writing Studies) & Lacey Wootton (CAS-Literature/Writing Studies)

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    Time: 11:20 AM – 12:35 PM

    Session Description  

    This forum discusses face-to-face and online adjunct faculty onboarding and mentoring processes, pinpointing how the university can support the success of diverse adjunct faculty. Speakers will include faculty and program directors, who are responsible for onboarding and mentoring processes, and adjunct faculty who will reflect on how the university can best support their success. Participants will discuss their experiences and practices and come away with new ideas for onboarding, supporting, and integrating adjunct faculty.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Develop new ideas for supporting the classroom success of diverse face-to-face and online adjunct faculty through onboarding and ongoing mentoring processes
    • Identify areas where adjunct faculty require ongoing mentoring in face-to-face and online teaching environments
    • Support an environment where adjunct faculty can build upon their assets, both professional and academic

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