Peer Group Mentoring of Mid-Career Faculty – Call for program applications

The Peer Group Mentoring (PGM) Program for Mid-Career Faculty (pdf) is designed to match 4-5 mid-career faculty mentees with similar interests and career stage with a senior faculty mentor, forming a group across departments to mentor each other in a structure format.

Applications for the Peer Group Mentoring Program for Mid-Career Faculty will be available until January 16, 2017.  Applications should include a copy of your CV and a completed Assessment of Academic Skills and Career Satisfaction form from this link: Peer group mentoring program 2017

Additionally, please also include a paragraph outlining what your current academic interests are and what you hope to get out of this program. Applications will be reviewed in January and successful applicants will be notified in early February with plenty of time to arrange their schedules for the program kickoff at the end of March. For more information or to apply, please respond by January 13, 2017 to Maria Baggstrom (

Senior faculty interested in becoming facilitators should contact PGM program directors:
Kaharu (Cajal) Sumino (
Maria Baggstrom (