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Master Mentors

A cohort of seven mentors representing the Fulton Schools of Engineering and Academic and Student Affairs, the Master Mentors focus on providing faculty members entrepreneurial mindset (EM) inspired mentorship for professional impact and success. This past year, through faculty focus groups and surveys, the Master Mentors identified gaps in mentoring support. A workshop series entitled Master Mentors Present addressed targeted gap areas.

Meet The Mentors

Jennifer Bekki

Jennifer Bekki

Polytechnic School Engineering Programs

Rong Pan

Rong Pan

School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering

Marcus Herrmann

Marcus Herrmann

School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy

Ram Pendyala

Ram Pendyala

School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

Zachary Holman

Zachary Holman

School of Electrical Computer and Energy Engineering

Haolin Zhu

Haolin Zhu

Academic and Student Affairs

Jeffrey Kleim

Jeffrey Kleim

School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

FSE Master Mentors Present: Mentorship Series for Faculty Success and Impact

In the spring of 2020, the Master Mentors launched a community-building workshop series, focused on providing faculty members entrepreneurially minded mentorship for professional impact and success. Faculty were able to connect with colleagues on various topics to explore the variety of ways to create value over the span of a faculty career. Panel experts were invited to share their stories and expertise.

Planning for the Next Promotion

January 24, 2020
Zoom Recording | Workshop Presentation Deck

Planning your Sabbatical

April 30, 2020
Zoom Recording | Workshop Presentation Deck

Building Collaborations Coming Spring 2021.