Creating an Effective Mentoring Program
Mentor Program, effective mentoring, mentoring
Recruiting and hiring new faculty is time intensive and expensive. Despite the difficulties, hiring decisions are clearly among the most important that academic administrators ever make. Success of college programs and universities is directly correlated with hiring the right people and then providing them with essential resources to succeed and excel in their work.
Original Publication Citation
Griffin, Tyler J., and Alford, Kenneth L., (2017). “Creating an Effective Mentoring Program.” This was a seven-part series that was published in the Academic Leader, a monthly newsletter for higher education administrators. One article appeared in the newsletter each month beginning in March and ending with the final installment in September.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Alford, Kenneth L. and Griffin, Tyler J., "Creating an Effective Mentoring Program" (2017). Faculty Publications. 3419.