Faculty Development Communities for Promotion (FDCP) Mentoring Program
Faculty Affairs offers the Faculty Development Communities for Promotion (FDCP) Mentoring Program. The objective of this program is to prioritize guiding values of excellence, honesty, trustworthiness, and compassion to help communities discuss and navigate their professional development while on the pathway to promotion/tenure.
The goal of this program is to create small faculty groups and link them with one faculty mentor who has participated on promotion review committees. These communities help early career faculty explore their individual objectives, hopes, and aspirations as well as to reflect on their common challenges, concerns and solutions about promotion and tenure.
This program is available for incoming and junior TT and CT faculty at the University of Arizona.
- Communities need to meet in a weekly basis to discuss a strategic plan for the year and to support and help each other.
- Communities are meeting their group’s mentor twice a month or on a monthly basis for 60 minutes.
- Community members develop individual plans to achieve their professional objectives as University of Arizona faculty.
- Faculty Affairs offers holistic support to communities by offering mentoring resources throughout the program.
If you have questions on the application procedures, please email Dr. Adrián Arroyo at email@example.com or at 520-283-0712.