Duke Faculty Advancement
- National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD): Duke has an institutional membership; all faculty are eligible for a sub-account membership to gain access to a suite of online webinars, multi-week courses and more.
- Association for Women in Science (AWIS): Duke has an institutional membership; through the AWIS Career Center, faculty can advertise and explore job opportunities, receive resume critiques and gain career insights.
- Teaching for Equity Fellows Program: Year-long faculty mentoring program that aims to give faculty the skills to improve the learning outcomes of students from all walks of life.
- Best Practices: Mentoring: Duke faculty members can access this and other documents via Box after logging in.
- Faculty Advancement and Success (FAS) Workshop Series 2021–2022: Workshops related to mentoring include Promoting an Equitable Learning and Research Environment for Your Students (November 16, 2021), Lessons for Faculty and Academic Leaders Learned From the Pandemic (February 3, 2022); and Taking Advantage of Opportunities for Faculty Support and Career Guidance (March 24, 2022)
- Revisiting Mentorship: Strategies for BIPOC Early Career Faculty: Offered in partnership with the Faculty Advancement Network.
- Adapting Inclusive Student Engagement and Mentoring Practices Across Hybrid and Virtual Learning: Access resources from this workshop (via Box).
- Faculty Coaching: In Fall 2021, Faculty Advancement piloted a group coaching program for assistant faculty within their first two years at Duke. The program may be of particular interest to faculty who wish to expand their peer mentoring networks. In Spring 2022, OFA offers group coaching and 1:1: coaching for early and midcareer faculty, and 1:1 coaching for full professors.