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Faculty Mentoring Networks: A Model for Promoting Teaching Scholarship in Quantitative Biology Education

By Sam S Donovan1, Alison N Hale2, Arietta Fleming-Davies3, Gabriela Hamerlinck2, Jeremy M Wojdak4, Kristin Jenkins5

1. University of Pittsburgh 2. QUBES, BioQUEST 3. QUBES; Radford University 4. Radford University 5. BioQUEST

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This resource has been updated - find the current version here: https://qubeshub.org/publications/205/

Faculty Mentoring Networks (FMNs) are designed to support the development of teaching scholarship by promoting teacher identity, self-efficacy, and knowledge/experience via four core design principles. We draw these principles from our experience developing and running 13 FMNs with over 200 participants. 

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  • Sam S Donovan; Alison N Hale; Arietta Fleming-Davies; Gabriela Hamerlinck; Jeremy M Wojdak; Kristin Jenkins (2017), "Faculty Mentoring Networks: A Model for Promoting Teaching Scholarship in Quantitative Biology Education," https://qubeshub.org/resources/964.

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Hayley Orndorf

University of Pittsburgh

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