Faculty Mentoring

Programs:

Junior Faculty Mentoring Program (JUMP): the mission of JUMP is to support our junior faculty in their pursuit of a fulfilling and successful career by providing mentoring for professional and personal growth in teaching, research, patient care and leadership. 

LAUNCH Faculty Mentoring Program, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity: a faculty mentoring program focused on the development of skills useful to racial/ethnic minority faculty as well as others interested in health disparities/health equity research. 

Women Junior Faculty Mentoring Program, Office of Women in Medicine and Science: The Program provides a mechanism to assist and promote the advancement of women junior faculty in their professional career development. 

Research Career Development Core, Sticht Center on Aging: Acquisition of skills required for a successful independent research career of junior faculty through a structured mentorship program that  fosters translational approaches.

 


Learn more about mentoring at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in the video below, as our leadership and faculty discuss the importance of mentor models, their own mentoring experiences, and the steps being taken to initiate new programs both for the mentors and the mentees.

Quick Reference

Office of Faculty Affairs & Development
Phone

336-716-5026

Hours
8:00am to 5:00pm

Wake Forest Baptist Health
3rd Floor, Watlington Hall
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC  27157

 

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