Junior Faculty Development Program
Our faculty development series, inspired by Vanderbilt University's Department of Pediatrics Office of Faculty Development Hazinski Society for Junior Faculty Development, was created to help foster valuable peer-to-peer mentorship and interaction between our faculty at varying stages of career development. The small group mentoship program is led by senior faculty. The group is intended for Assistant Professors or anyone who considers themselves junior faculty. Topics covered include preparing for your annual review, work-life balance, and defining scholarly activity.
What junior faculty are saying about the program
"The program was helpful in that it provided me with a clear grasp of the department's expectations for promotion and with additional insight into professional development given by more senior department members who facilitated the meetings and also from invited guest speakers."
"Definitely enhanced my experience within the department, improved networking, I got to know my colleagues better, and feel like the department was investing in our development and motivated me to improve."
"It is nice to talk with other junior faculty and learn about the support system that is built into our department."
If you have questions about the faculty development series contact Katie Duvall.
Faculty Development Resources
Scholarly Writing and Presenting
Drs. David Wood & Kiana Johnson, August 2018
Quillen College of Medicine Resources
Teaching Resources from the AAMC