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Equity-Minded Leadership (for Chairs, academic leaders, and faculty members)
The video modules and materials in this course on Equity-Minded Leadership have been provided by Faculty Advancement Network for use by its member institutions.The Equity-Minded Leadership series covers a number of topics including faculty service and workload, faculty recruitment and hiring, mentoring, graduate education, and culture and climate. Leading scholars in these areas are featured, including: Dr. Estela Mara Bensimon; Kimberly Griffin, Ph.D.; Roman Liera, Ph.D.; Dr. KerryAnn O’Meara; and Damani White-Lewis, Ph.D, Click here for the self-registration link.

Building Effective Mentoring Relationships (for mentors, mentees and Chairs)
Providing effective mentorship to one's students and to faculty colleagues is an essential part of the faculty role. Effective mentorship of doctoral students and trainees is considered part of one’s teaching portfolio in evaluation for tenure and promotion. Building Effective Mentoring Relationships is a new self-paced course for mentors of doctoral students, mentors of faculty, department chairs and others who oversee mentorship structures, as well as for faculty mentees themselves. This course provides a wealth of tools, resources, and research-based best practices to enable effective mentoring relationships. The course has been designed to take approximately three hours and may be broken up into multiple short segments to suit your own schedule. The course site includes a valuable set of resources that you may return to again and again, as needed.  Click here for self-registration link.  

Mentoring, Advising, and Starting a Lab (for Early Career Faculty)
John Boothroyd, Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Burt and Marion Avery Professor of Immunology provides a series of video modules to help you start your lab and mentor and advise students and trainees. Even if you are not a lab scientist, these modules contain helpful information about mentoring and advising students, including how to set expectations and tips for one-on-one mentoring and establishing yourself as an early career faculty member. Click here for the self-registration link

Mentoring Faculty Guide (for Senior Faculty and Chairs)
This self-paced guide includes information, tools, and resources for senior faculty and chairs who have a role in mentoring early career faculty. It is intended to supplement existing school and department procedures and programs. Click here for the self-registration link.

Mentorship is Scholarship
Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi, world-renowned chemist, Nobel Laureate, recipient of the AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award, and leader in advancing diversity in the sciences discusses how mentorship catalyzes innovation, accelerates knowledge transfer, and fosters the next generation of trailblazing researchers.
Recorded session, Click here for the self-registration link.

New Faculty Orientation Resources 
This self-paced guide includes information, tools, and resources for new faculty. These resources are provided to help incoming faculty get off to a productive start at Stanford. 
Please contact facultydevelopment@stanford.edu to register.

Stanford Faculty Writing Program 
This course features video modules and resources for increasing writing productivity, including addressing procrastination, time management and goal planning, interpersonal aspects of writing productivity, and becoming a resilient and habitual writer. Click here for the self-registration link.

Stanford Faculty Search Committee Briefing
Faculty search briefing and resources for faculty search committees. Information on this site is intended for faculty search committee chairs, members and administrators who assist faculty search committees, as well as senior associate deans or others in dean’s offices working with faculty searches. Click here for the self-registration link