Mentor Training from the University of Minnesota's Clinical and Translational Science Institute
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute has developed a free, self-paced, online, professional development course designed to prepare faculty from a range of disciplines to be effective research mentors for junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students. Learn more.
Looking for a Mentor?
Explore the National Research Mentoring Network's Virtual Mentorship Platform, where mentees are recommended mentors based on compatibility and then begin a 4-month guided virtual mentorship program. Postdocs, junior faculty, senior faculty, non-faculty researchers, and academic administrators may serve as mentors. Undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs may serve as mentees. Learn more.
National Center for Faculty: Development and Diversity
Brown University offers an institutional membership to affiliated faculty and staff. To login and access resources, click "Join NCFDD" and indicate your institutional affiliation. From there, users will be prompted to create a profile to sign in. Brown faculty can also participate (at a discounted rate) for various faculty development in-person workshops that NCFDD administers. Learn more.
Brown University Faculty of Color (FOC) Network
The original aims of the group are to help build community among faculty of color and to establish sources of mentoring and professional development to meet the specific needs of senior, junior, and non-tenure track faculty of color as well as post-doctoral fellows of color at Brown. This website is meant to be a resource to provide information about the FOC Network and its programming, as well as share information about additional campus and community events and resources. Learn more.
The Young Scientist Survival Kit
Every young scientist needs some help along the way: iBiology offers some excellent guidance from senior scientists who have walked in their shoes. Learn more.
The Clinical Trial Podcast
A podcast and blog platform designed to help those involved or interested in clinical research and clinical trial management accelerate their careers. Learn more.
Mentoring for an Evolving Academic Career
Presented by West Virginia CTSI: Ian Paul, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, and Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine, presented "Mentoring for an Evolving Academic Career" January 15, 2016. This seminar covered mentoring across all career levels.