Professional Development Series That Puts You on the Fast Track
FAST (formerly the Mentoring Institute) is advancing the success of newly hired assistant professors by providing strategies and tips to guide participants through the critical first years. With insight from experienced professional, participants gain the resources and confidence necessary to progress as professors and scholars.
At monthly seminars, first-, and second-year professors will enjoy the opportunity to network with senior faculty from across campus and form critical mentoring relationships. Guest speakers, including top administrators, will share advice on topics such as promotion and tenure, grant writing, recruiting and mentoring graduate students, publishing, teaching and achieving work-life balance.
2012 - 2013 Program
The ADVANCE-Purdue FAST is open to all newly hired Assistant Professors on Purdue's Campus. We will meet on the following Tuesdays from 9:00 - 10:15 am.
Panel of Assistant Professor
Promotion and Tenure
Department Head Expectations
A Conversation with Two Deans
Panel of Recently Tenured Associate Professor
If you have questions or topic suggestions, please contact Barb Clark (BarbClark@purdue.edu).
Links to Resources
- Office of the Provost Resources for New Faculty
- Office of the Vice President for Research
- Center for Instructional Excellence
- Teaching Academy
- Young Faculty Association
- 2009-2010 Program
- 2010-2011 Program
- 2011-2012 Program
- 2012-2013 Program
- 2013-2014 Program (current)
- Survive & Thrive: A Guide for Untenured Faculty
- ASU CareerWISE
At the heart of ADVANCE-Purdue is the Purdue Center for Faculty Success (PCFS), a campus center focused on developing programming and implementing activities and events for faculty on the West Lafayette campus.
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