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COACHE at FIU

COACHE 2011 revealed that FIU faculty (especially women, faculty from underrepresented minority groups and associate professors) named a lack of mentorship as one their concerns. The Faculty Mentor Program (FMP) was created in 2012 in response to this concern.

 COACHE 2014 indicated that the FMP was effective in increasing faculty satisfaction with mentoring. Also, FIU surpassed its selected peer institutions in terms of satisfaction with mentoring.

 COACHE 2017 results indicated that mentoring continued to be a strength at FIU, but that an area of concern for faculty was the lack of clarity concerning the tenure and promotion process. In response, additional workshops preparing for the third year review or for tenure and promotion were offered through the FMP and in collaboration with the United Faculty of Florida and Academic Affairs. Additionally, the Office of the Provost has required that all colleges and departments clarify and concretize their tenure and promotion guidelines by Spring 2020.

The 2017 COACHE summary and results can be viewed here.