Faculty Visits - Sophomores
You are expected to select a faculty member from within your field of academic interest, or a faculty member that you believe would be beneficial to your professional development. This faculty member will serve as a resource, provide you with guidance, and potentially serve as a reference for you in the future. This person can provide you with information pertaining to research opportunities, internships, and co-ops. You will need to meet with a faculty member at least once a semester (but you can always visit your faculty more often!). Be sure to check into undergraduate research opportunities either with your faculty member and/or another faculty member in your field. Network through your faculty guide to obtain internships or co-ops. Discuss possible classes that the professor will be teaching in the future in which you may wish to enroll.

This form must be submitted by December 5, 2018 for the fall, and again by May 8, 2019 for the spring.

***Faculty is defined as someone who is primarily in a faculty (professor) role.***
***This DOES NOT INCLUDE academic advisors, staff members who have no research or teaching role, TAs, graduate students, etc. Your faculty visit WILL NOT COUNT if you select one of these individuals. If you feel that one of these individuals would be more beneficial to you to have as a mentor and guide, you must email centuryscholars@tamu.edu to gain approval before meeting with them.***

Questions you might ask your faculty member:

☼ Where did your faculty guide attend college? Have them describe their college experience (academic studies, extra-curricular and service involvement, work experience, and any professional development opportunities).
☼ What are your faculty guide's academic interests? Is there an opportunity with you faculty guide to assist them with their academic interest? If yes, how so?
☼ Is your faculty guide affiliated with any professional organizations? Is there an opportunity for you to join a
professional organization related to your academic interests? If yes, how so?
☼ What course(s) does your guide teach? Are you eligible to enroll in this/these course(s)?

First Name
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Last Name
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UIN
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Faculty Name
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Faculty Position
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Faculty College and Department
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Faculty Email
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Faculty Phone Number (if available)
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Date of Meeting
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Why did you select this faculty member?
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How can your faculty help you achieve your academic and professional goals?
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Please list your five (5) strengths from StrengthsQuest™ and describe how each one can benefit from your faculty guide relationship.
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Identify three (3) dominant strengths exhibited by your faculty guide. Please explain why you think they have each strength and what you can learn from them.
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Has this meeting with your faculty member affected your academic plan? If so, how? If not, why?
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How will you utilize what you have learned from your faculty in the classroom?
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