DRG Mentors Program Application

1. Department Resources Group - Mentors Program Application

 
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WHAT IS THE DRG MENTORS PROGRAM?

The DRG Mentors Program provides one-on-one support, feedback, advice, and coaching to sociologists to help them increase their effectiveness as actors in a particular institutional role, such as department chair, division coordinator, or graduate studies director.

The purpose of DRG Mentors program is not to help individuals with their own publication or teaching. The DRG Mentors program is a volunteer effort – mentors do not receive monetary payment for their services.

Meetings with DRG mentors generally take place through phone conversations, email, and web-based video conferencing (such as Skype).

The length of mentor relationships is negotiated on a case-by-case basis, but may typically extend over 6 to 12 months.

To apply for a DRG Mentor, please fill out this questionnaire, and also send a copy of your current CV to Margaret Weigers Vitullo, Director of Academic and Professional Affairs at vitullo@asanet.org. Please allow up to 3 weeks to process your questionnaire and provide a mentor.

Thank you for your interest in the DRG Mentors Program.
1. Your Name:
2. Contact Information:
3. What is the institutional role that you would like to focus on with your DRG mentor?
4. How long have you had this institutional role?
5. How did you learn about the DRG Mentors Program? (Please check all that apply)
6. Please list two or three peer institutions for your college/university.
7. If your institution has a special mission (religiously affiliated, community college, HBCU or Hispanic-serving institution, etc.), what is that mission?
8. Which of the following best describes your department?
9. Students in your department can major and/or concentrate in (please select all that apply):
10. What is the highest degree granted in your department?
11. How many professors at each rank work in your department? (approximations are okay)
12. Approximately how many student majors are in your department?
13. Does your department have a department-wide program in place for assessing student outcomes?
14. Are there any specific departmental issues or concerns that you would like to focus on in your work with your mentor?

Please look over the list below and check all that apply.

Thank you for completing this application!

Please be sure to ALSO send your current CV to Margaret Weigers Vitullo at mvitullo@asanet.org.

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