Faculty Development

Faculty Mentoring Program: Under the leadership of M. Maral Mouradian MD, Vice Chancellor for Faculty Development, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) has developed a formalized mentoring program. The program was developed in response to a survey of the faculty which identified the value the faculty place on mentoring. It is a collaborative learning relationship that proceeds through purposeful stages over time and has the primary goal of helping mentees acquire the essential competencies needed for success in their chosen career.

Rutgers Connection Network Mentoring Program is designed to increase the engagement and scholarly productivity of Rutgers faculty by providing the infrastructure, training, and facilitation that enable faculty to participate in effective and collaborative mentoring partnerships with faculty beyond the departmental level.

OASIS Leadership & Professional Development Program is a semester-long program with approximately 25 female faculty participating in workshops, networking, peer mentoring, and individual coaching.

Program for Early Career Excellence (PECE) is designed to support Rutgers’ mission to recruit, retain, and advance a diverse faculty. It is a cohort-based program for early career faculty participating together over a three-year span. The program addresses the needs of all new faculty and includes a focus on factors that have differential impact on underrepresented groups.