Two important resources are the Faculty Search Toolbox and the Religious Holidays Calendar.
The Faculty Search Toolbox contains resources, templates, and breakthrough practices for recruiting diverse faculty to NCSU.
The Religious holidays guidelines and calendar provide a short list of some holidays on which some campus members may not be able to work or attend class.
This section of the Faculty Diversity website contains information about online and university resources on a wide range of areas of faculty work: on recruiting diverse faculty, faculty search processes, on mentoring faculty, resources and information about teaching diverse populations and increasing the diversity of students in the pipeline to STEM careers, graduate school, and the professoriate, resources and programs for faculty with families, for faculty approaching retirement, and links to reports and NC State demographic and survey data.
Faculty Search Toolbox
Religious Holidays: Guidelines and Google overlay calendar
Several religions prohibit working on certain holidays. To aid faculty and supervisors with scheduling events and activities, a short list of some holidays on which students, staff, or faculty may not be able to work or attend class is provided on the Major Religious Holidays website. Please note that this list is not at all exhaustive. More complete lists are linked to the cultural calendar website.
NC State’s policies on classroom attendance and holidays are also available there. Part of the regulation is reproduced here:
3.1.3 Students will be allowed a minimum of two excused absences per academic year for religious observances as verified by the Division of Undergraduate Academic Programs (Park Shops, 515-3037).
We have created an overlay for Google Calendar of major religious and cultural holidays. The holidays with work restrictions are noted with a star on the Google calendar overlay. The calendar is intended to be used as a guide for instructors and event planners to indicate which days are important religious holidays that might entail work restrictions.
You can overlay this calendar on your Google Calendar by clicking “add a coworker’s calendar” and then typing firstname.lastname@example.org as the email address. The Google Calendar overlay contains all the holidays (with and without work restrictions) listed on the Major Religious Holidays website.
Resources for Women Faculty
Readings and Other Resources on Mentoring Faculty
- Bensimon, Ward and Sander. 2000. Chapter 10. “Creating Mentoring Relationships and Fostering Collegiality” in The Department Chair’s Role in Developing New Faculty into Teachers and Scholars. Includes a sample annual plan for a new faculty member and a suggested timeline of meetings between mentor and protege.
- Moody, J. 2010. Mentoring Early-Stage Faculty at Medical, Law, and Business Schools and Colleges and Universities. Copies of this report are available to NC State faculty by contacting email@example.com.
- Workshop on Mentoring Faculty. A workshop offered at NC State on Sept 25, 2013 for faculty who are mentoring faculty or developing faculty mentoring programs.
- Faculty_Mentoring_Handbook: Best practices Compiled by the NSF ADVANCE Program at the University of Rhode Island, Nov 2005.
- Annotated list of resources for mentoring faculty prepared by NCSU’s Office of Faculty Development
- Mentoring at NC State - Brief descriptions of some departmental faculty mentoring programs at NC State.
- Giving and Getting Career Advice: A Guide for Junior and Senior Faculty (developed at the University of Michigan)
- Tenure and Promotion: ADEPT (Awareness of Decisions in Evaluating Promotion and Tenure) Instrument (developed at Georgia Tech)