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There are many levels of mentoring such as formal, departmental, and the less formal colleague to colleague. Fresh models of mentoring are emerging that encourage multiple-networking mentors to address specific activities like instruction, research, and work/life balance. See More...
Welcome to the faculty mentoring Program. The Faculty Mentoring Program is currently administered by the Women's Faculty Network and sponsored by the Dean of Faculties office. The program is open to all faculty at Texas A&M University

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Fall 2013 WFN Coffee Talk
December 4
1017 Allen Bldg, Bush School

to celebrate "50 Years of Inclusion"

Keynote speaker: Dr. Kay Goldman

This event was sponsored by  the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
 Dr. Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernández
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Texas A&M University

Speaker at the 
Fall 2013 luncheon celebrating promotion and tenure

with Jill Zarestky, Mathematics
WFN Executive Committee
Chair:  Jia Wang
Spring 2013 Luncheon honoring 50 yrs of Womens Excellence at Texas A&M University
group photo of honorees

Mission Statement

The Women's Faculty Network is an organization committed to encouraging and promoting the professional development of women faculty through both formal programming and informal networking opportunities. WFN sponsors professional development opportunities for faculty, addressing such issues as:
  • Expanding Research Opportunities
  • Excellence in Teaching
  • Transition to Administration
  • Retention of Women Faculty
All members of the A&M community are invited to participate in WFN sponsored activities.


Fall Luncheon: Celebrating Newly Promoted Women Faculty

Nov 26

The Women's Faculty Network cordially invites you to our Fall Luncheon. We will celebrate our newly promoted women faculty at Texas A&M University.

2018-2019 Outstanding Mentor Award Nominations Due

Mar 29

This annual award recognizes faculty members who have given selflessly of their time, knowledge, and energy to guide and support other faculty members (mentees) through the Women’s Faculty Network (WFN) Mentoring Program and other university-based mentoring mechanisms. Click here to view full call for nominations.