Environmental Law Profs

 
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1. Do you identify yourself as a junior or senior scholar? (Select One Answer)
2. Have you had adequate mentoring experiences? (Select One Answer)
3. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following sentences:
Strongly AgreeAgreeNeither Agree Nor DisagreeDisagreeStrongly DisagreeNot Applicable
I am a senior scholar and feel connected to juniors.
I am a senior scholar and feel connected to other senior scholars.
I am a junior scholar and feel connected to senior scholars.
I am a junior scholar and feel connected to other junior scholars.
I feel connected to environmental law scholars at my institution.
I feel connect to scholars outside my discipline at my institution(e.g. criminal law faculty at my law school).
I feel connected to scholars outside my field at my institution (e.g. environmental science faculty at my university)
I feel connected to environmental law scholars outside my institution.
I feel connected to scholars outside my discipline at other institutions (e.g., criminal law faculty at other law schools).
I feel connected to scholars outside my field at other institutions (e.g., environmental science faculty at another university).
I do not feel connected to other scholars
4. What helps you feel connected to other scholars? (Select all that apply)
5. Do you prefer to have your mentoring relationships take place (Select One Answer) :
6. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following sentences:
Strongly AgreeAgreeNeither Agree nor DisagreeDisagreeStrongly Disagree
I regularly receive invitations to speak at other schools
Making connections with non-law scholars is important to me.
It is easy to find people to read and comment on my work
I wish I had someone to talk to about career advice
There is an adequate number of works in progress sessions for junior faculty
I view myself as a mentor
Making connections with scholars outside my lawschool is important to me.
It is hard to find a mentor
I enjoy networking and networking events.
Mentoring is important
Environmental Law Faculty are Welcoming
Making connections with non-environmental law scholars is important to me.
I find speaking with senior colleagues intimidating.
There is an adequate number of junior faculty on panels at conferences I attend
I have colleagues whom I feel comfortable asking for career advice
7. Are you male or female? (Select One Answer)
8. Are you a member of a racial or ethnic minority? (Select One Answer)
9. What is your field of concentration?
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