The UGA College of Public Health has a formal college-wide Faculty Mentorship Program intended to benefit both mentors and mentees. The primary goal of the Mentorship Program is for tenure-track, clinical, and research faculty to obtain structured and unstructured didactic and experiential mentorship to facilitate the mentee’s efforts in the areas of teaching, research, service, and professional development.
Please note that this program is not intended to replace any existing mentorship supports with which faculty are currently affiliated. Instead, it is intended to augment and expand existing mentoring networks.
Read more about the program:
- About the CPH Mentorship Program – Learn more about the program and helpful suggestions to maximize the program’s benefits as a mentor or mentee.
- CPH Mentoring Policy – Describes the overall philosophy of the college’s Mentorship Program.
Complete this form to participate:
- CPH Mentoring Request Form – This request form asks potential mentees to provide a small amount of background information, suggestions for appropriate mentors, and a checklist of areas in which you seek professional development.