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Faculty Development News
February 2017

As a nation of immigrants, the U.S. is one of the most diverse societies in the world. Yet, history and modern times are rife with examples of cultural misunderstandings that stand in the way of a truly integrated society. The 28th Joseph T. Taylor Symposium explores ways in which language can overcome moments of difficulty, facilitating the transition of new Americans, and bringing harmony to our remarkable mosaic of cultural traditions and experiences. The Joseph T. Taylor Symposium is offered in celebration of all Dr. Taylor stood for during his lifetime and stands as a lasting legacy to his vision and life work.

Thursday, February 23
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Campus Center (CE) - Theater (lower) Level

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The E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching brings the Indiana higher education community together to explore the tools and techniques that encourage learning. The symposium witll provide a space to discuss current trends and issues in teaching and seeks to foster collaboration across disciplinary and institutional lines.

Friday, March 3
8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Campus Center (CE) 405

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The 2017 Mark Brothers Award lecture will be held on Monday, March 6. This year, the award will be presented to Augustine Choi, MD. Reception to follow.

Monday, March 6
3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Walther Hall Auditorium

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The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series creates a space where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the personal career journeys of successful women. The next forum in the Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series features the career journey of Dr. Sarah Stelzner.

Monday, March 6
11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Fairbanks Hall (FS) 5005

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Despite good grades, degrees, promotions, awards and other tangible evidence of abilities, many highly capable people secretly believe they're not as intelligent and capable as others 'think' they are. Even faculty who don't personally identify with this feeling need to understand the dynamics of impostor feelings as well as the individual and institutional costs. Join us for an interactive program on impostor syndrome led by Dr. Valerie Young, followed by a ‘Meet the Imposters’ workshop.  Lunch will be provided.

Wednesday, March 8
12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Fairbanks Hall (FS) 1111

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This conference will address the unique health risks and barriers to health care in the transgender population, as well as the basic elements of transgender-specific healthcare.  Providers will learn to provide respectful, patient-centered, culturally competent health care to all patients, including transgender patients. 

Training will be done by knowledgeable practitioners who are currently providing health care to the transgender population in Indianapolis, including gender affirming hormones, surgery, mental healthcare, speech therapy, medical nutrition, HIV prevention and legal services. 
Registration begins at 7:00 am with a light breakfast; conference programing begins at 7:30 am.

Friday, March 10
7:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Eskenazi Hospital Faegre Baker Daniels Conference Room

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