Faculty success coordinator: Critical support for novice faculty
Julie Strunk, PhD; Elizabeth Herron, PhD -- School of Nursing, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA
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Creating the role of Faculty Success Coordinator improved faculty satisfaction through mentoring, individual and aggregate professional development and career advisement.
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