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nullMentoring is a relationship. Think of mentoring as the consistent and developmental evolution of wisdom, technical knowledge, assistance, support, empathy, and respect to junior faculty through, and often beyond, their career development. In other words, mentoring is a constellation of activities—educational, interpersonal, and professional—that mean more than advising junior faculty on how to meet specific requirements, as critical as they may be. Mentoring helps junior faculty understand how their ambitions fit into academic advancement, department life, and career development.
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