Office of Faculty Affairs and Development

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    Collegiate New Faculty Orientation

    The New Faculty Orientation is an academic Orientation designed to familiarize new faculty with the resources and individuals important to professional growth and development in the Carver College of Medicine. Information will be presented on the Carver College of Medicine mission, cultural values, educational mission and process for professional advancement. This event also provides an opportunity for networking with other new faculty and to meet administrative colleagues. College of Medicine New Faculty Orientation takes place twice a year in August and February. Following is a list of information covered in the half-day session:

    • Overview of Faculty Development and Promotion and Tenure
      • Lois Geist, MD
    • Peer Coaching Panel
      • Faculty and Executive Committee Representatives
    • Introduction to the CCOM Resources
      • Speaking and Writing
        • Paul Casella, MFA
      • Information Technology Services
        • Heath Davis, MLIS
      • Teaching
        • Marcy Rosenbaum, PhD
      • Research
        • Rob Piper, PhD
      • Medical Student Education
        • Nancy Rosenthal, MD
      • Graduate Medical Education
        • Mark C. Wilson, MD, MPH
      • Conflict of Interest
        • Denise Krutzfeldt, BA
      • Continuing Medical Education
        • Susan Zollo, MA
    • Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
      • Steve Richmond, MEd
  • Orientation Dates

    Collegiate Faculty Orientation is held twice a year in August and February.

    The next Carver College of Medicine Faculty Orientation date will be:  

    Friday, August 22, 2014  8:00am - 12:00pm
    Seebohm Conference Room (283 EMRB)

    *Continental breakfast to be served at 7:45am.

    Contact Jane Holland for further information.