Information for Faculty Mentors

The McNair Scholars Program provides faculty with many opportunities to demonstrate and document their instructional achievement, internal university contributions and external representation; the three important components of a professional dossier specified in the CSUEB Promotion, Tenure and Retention Policy. Examples of activities include:

Instructional Achievement

  • Academic advising and counseling to McNair Scholars
  • Supervision of McNair Scholars' independent research projects
  • Contribution to McNair Scholars' achievement and recognition
  • Creating seminars, workshops, debates, group tutoring to enhance learning opportunities for McNair Scholars

Internal University Contributions

  • Participating in McNair Scholars Advisory Committee
  • Assisting in McNair Scholars activities
  • Promoting McNair Scholars Program and need to increase undergraduate research activities at Department, College and University levels

External Representation

  • Representing CSU East Bay's McNair Scholars Program at regional or national McNair Scholars organizations
  • Promoting graduate enrollment of minority and underrepresented students

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