Faculty Development Opportunities
AAMC Minority Faculty Career Dev Sept 20 - 23, 2013
NCLAM Class of 2013 Graduation
September 20, 2013
2014 NCLAM Application Deadline
October 21, 2013
Rady Center for Leadership Assessment
October 22, 2013
President's Postdoctoral Fellowship
Applications due November 1, 2013
CTRI Pilot Projects
due November 8, 2013
AAMC Mid-Career Women Faculty December 14 - 17, 2013
Faculty Information Meetings
The Offices of Academic Affairs and Faculty Affairs hold the following information meetings once or twice each year. For more information on any of these meetings, please contact email@example.com.
New Faculty Orientation (next meeting September 17, 2013)
- For all recently appointed professors in Health Sciences
- Held twice each year [spring and fall]
- Meeting provides a brief overview of compensation and benefits, academic tracks/file preparation, academic leave policy, and faculty development opportunities
Getting Promoted for Junior Faculty
- For all assistant professors in Health Sciences, held once a year in the spring
- Overview of criteria for academic advancement to associate professor
- Question and Answer format with a panel made up of former CAP and SOMCAP Members, Senior Administration, and an Academic Affairs Senior Analyst
Getting Promoted for Mid-Level Faculty
- For all associate professors in Health Sciences
- Held once a year in the fall
- Brief overview of academic advancement to full professor
- Question and Answer format with a panel made up of former CAP and SOMCAP Members, Senior Administration and Faculty Members, and an Academic Affairs Senior Analyst
Programs for Professional Development
This program for junior faculty offers weekly training sessions over the course of 7 months, including faculty development workshops, a junior/senior mentoring relationship, academic strategic career planning, and individual academic performance counseling sessions. The program emphasizes an understanding of the UC San Diego Health Sciences educational mission as well as the research and clinical practice environment. Applications are due in the fall for the new year's program, which begins in January or February each year. Download the 2014 NCLAM flyer. Download the 2014 NCLAM application. Visit the NCLAM website.
CREST is design to improve the training of clinician investigators and translational researchers by providing a comprehensive, cohesive infrastructure in an environment which promotes interaction between basic scientists and clinical researchers. Visit the CREST website for more information. Download the CREST brochure.
The Center for Leadership Assessment offers a learning experience designed to provide information about the strength of leadership and business skills. The center provides an opportunity to see leadership candidates in action. Visit the Rady website for more information.
The current program offers postdoctoral research fellowships, professional development and faculty mentoring to outstanding scholars in all fields whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity at UC. Applications are due November 1. Download the Call for Applications (pdf). Download the Application Instructions (pdf). More information and the online application are available at the UC President's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program Website.
Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Leadership Development Programs
All faculty are encouraged to participate in these AAMC Leadership Development programs. Each year, the Vice Chancellor Health Sciences offers funding to two faculty for each program.
The Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar is a three and a half-day program designed for women at the assistant professor or instructor level. The program goal is to provide an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed to follow the path to leadership in academic medicine. Applications are due in the spring of each year and the seminar is in early summer. The AAMC website offers more information.
This three-day professional development seminar is designed for junior faculty (senior clinical and research fellows, instructors, and assistant professors) and post docs (MD, MD/PhDs and PhDs) who aspire to leadership positions in academic medicine. The seminar is held in early Fall. Visit the AAMC website for more information.
This seminar is designed for women primarily at the associate professor level. Women in the early stages of a professorial appointment will be considered on an individual basis. The seminar is for physicians and scientists holding medical school appointments and holding leadership positions within their discipline, department or institution. Visit the AAMC website for more information.