Joan Lorden Describes in Harvard University Publication ADVANCE Mentoring Efforts, Faculty Support
An article in the winter 2010 issue of the COACHE Update newsletter features comments by Joan Lorden, provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs, about the ADVANCE Committee on the Future of the Faculty, as well as the ADVANCE mentoring program for new faculty. Lorden is principal investigator with the National Science Foundation grant that provides primary funding for ADVANCE. She also discussed the year-long orientation to help new faculty address pressing issues such as steps toward tenure and Focus Energy Friday sessions.
COACHE, or The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education, is located at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. It provides data to over 150 institutions for diagnostic and comparison purposes related to faculty recruitment, retention and development. Citation: Esposito, G. (Winter 2010). From the Public Perspective. COACHE Update, The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education, Volume 3, Issue 1, p. 7.