Anyone interested or involved in mentoring relationships will enjoy this book and joining other colleagues to discuss how we can strengthen mentoring at KSU. Johnson’s book is the definitive guide for higher education faculty who wish to excel as mentors to students and new faculty. This research based, no-nonsense guide features cases studies, strategies, best practices, and recommendations for professors who wish to excel in mentoring.
“The real strength of this book is that it can be used by faculty members and academic administrators in any institutional setting and any discipline. Johnson's review of the risks and rewards on this important dynamic are comprehensive and very useable. It is a wonderful perspective on one of the most meaningful relationships a faculty member can have” Steve Janosik, Education Review.
Designed for first and second year faculty, this workshop will address KSU's expectations for teaching effectiveness and offer some suggestions about ways to measure and document teaching effectiveness.