Faculty Resources

Information for all UNST Faculty

How Do I Get My Mentor? - Answering one of the most common questions faculty have. 

Faculty FAQs - Additional common questions that help elucidate the Faculty / Mentor relationship.

Assessment on the UNST Peer Mentor Program - Features reports and evaluations on the Peer Mentor Program, some of which were generated by UNST Peer Mentors.

Faculty Training Video - The Office the Dean of Student Life has put together an interactive video to inform faculty about the many resources available to help students succeed at Portland State.

University Studies Mentors - The UNST Mentor Program created a creative presentation showing the roles of mentors in the UNST curriculum.

 

Guides

FRINQ Specific Guides

FRINQ Faculty-Mentor Guidelines - Details the policies and program expectations of faculty and mentors teaching in Freshman Inquiry courses.

Library Guide for FRINQ Mentors - This guide is designed to support freshman inquiry mentors. We want to help you to prepare students for college-level research. These learning objects and activities can be used during the mentor session.  We encourage you to work with the Librarian assigned to your FRINQ theme to develop a plan for research instruction and a custom course guide that will provide tailored classroom support  

This guide is not meant to be shared with students directly. It is designed to give you the necessary tools to support students. There is also a library guide called, University Studies Guide for Student Research. This guide will be linked from the library widget on every D2L class homepage, unless you have worked with your librarian to create an online guide for your specific class.


SINQ Specific Guides:

SINQ Faculty-Mentor Guidelines - Details the policies and program expectations of faculty and mentors teaching in Sophomore Inquiry courses.

Library Guide for SINQ Mentors -This guide is designed to support the development of student research skills. These learning objects and activities can be used during the mentor session.

This guide is not meant to be shared with students directly, but is designed to give you the necessary tools to support students. There is also a library guide called, University Studies Guide for Student Research. This guide will be linked from the library widget on every D2L class homepage, unless you have worked with your librarian to create an online guide for your specific class.