Call for Applications: ALICE Program - Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement for Mid-Career Women Faculty
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is now accepting applications for the ALICE program – a leadership development program for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine. ALICE provides in-depth opportunities for leadership skill development, personal reflection and goal setting, peer-mentoring, and structured 360 feedback. The program aims to address the widely recognized gap in the number of women in senior leadership positions in academic medicine by providing a tailored leadership development opportunity for women. Applications are due Nov. 20, 2020.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is now accepting applications for the ADVANCE-UP faculty development program. Applications are due Oct. 9, 2020.
Register today for School of Medicine's New Faculty Orientation series, which will be offered as a series of seminars beginning in September.
The Department of Medicine Faculty Development Academy is accepting applications for the 2020-2022 cohort. The deadline for applying is August 7, 2018 at 5 p.m.
The Department of Medicine is seeking candidates for the position of associate vice chair for faculty development and diversity, who serves as Chair of the Program for Women in Internal Medicine.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is pleased to announce a new series of workshops on identifying strategies to manage periods of rapid change and uncertainty. Content will be geared toward School of Medicine faculty and will be broadly applicable to faculty in a wide range of settings across research, teaching, and clinical care.
Duke School of Medicine Executive Coaching Program is offering free Rapid Response Group Coaching Sessions via Zoom. Initial sessions are open to all SOM faculty members, and future sessions may be offered to a broader audience. Sessions are led by Executive Coaches Sharon Hull, MD, MPH, PCC and Jodi Hawes, MD.
Kathryn Pollak, PhD, professor of population health sciences, is offering a time for colleagues to come together during this stressful time to talk about your common experiences.
Matthew Hirschey, PhD, associate professor of medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition) will host a virtual Introduction to Data Science in Health Care course on April 8 and April 9, sponsored by Duke Plus Data Science.
The School of Medicine will offer a workshop, led by Joanna Downer, PhD, on Aug. 6, 2020 on the “5 Cs” of effective writing: making sure it is complete, compelling, clear, concise, and consistent.