Presentation Theme

Working with Faculty and Administration

Presentation Type

Interactive Workshop (105 minute solution-based workshop)

Abstract

Mentoring and advising from faculty members play a major role in students’ understanding of higher education, the curriculum, and ownership of meeting their academic goals and career aspirations.

This interactive session addresses the incentives (or lack of incentives) for faculty to see academic advising as a fundamental and rewarding element of their work in higher education.

Keywords

Faculty Advising; Mentoring; Professional Development; Rewards Structures

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Faculty Advising: Teaching, Research, or Service?

Mentoring and advising from faculty members play a major role in students’ understanding of higher education, the curriculum, and ownership of meeting their academic goals and career aspirations.

This interactive session addresses the incentives (or lack of incentives) for faculty to see academic advising as a fundamental and rewarding element of their work in higher education.