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Recruiting a new Associate Dean for Diversity Affairs

The Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development (OFAPD) is recruiting a new Associate Dean for Diversity Affairs to aid in the revitalization and outreach of diversity efforts within the institution. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with OFAPD leadership, department chairs and center directors, the IUSM Diversity Council, UME and GME, IU Health and IUHP, and IUPUI’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He/she will coordinate and provide strategic direction and high-quality programming for faculty, staff, and learners designed to transform the thinking about and environment for diversity at IUSM.

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Did you know?

IUSM has new compensation and faculty effort guidelines.  Click here to read the new policies and FAQs.  Questions and comments can be submitted to

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Q & A: Meet Dr. Emily Walvoord

In honor of American Diabetes Month, we introduce you to Riley Hospital pediatric endocrinologist, Dr. Emily Walvoord.

She is just one of the many health care professionals at Riley who help kids and families feel so much comfort and confidence when they come to Riley for diabetes care.

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Soon, many IUSM faculty members will receive a request to fill out the Department Chair 360° Survey. The value of these data depend on your honest input. We’re often asked, “What do you do with all that information?”

Click here to learn why You.Are.Vital. to the success of this program

IUSM Nationally Recognized for Work-Life Balance Practices

The Indiana University School of Medicine was recently awarded with a $250,000 grant for excellence in faculty career flexibility from the American Council on Education and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. IU School of Medicine was one of five medical schools in the nation to receive this award at ACE’s annual board of directors meeting in Washington, D.C.

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Sign Up for the Academy of Teaching Scholars

Teaching is a core mission of the school and the majority of faculty are involved in one or more aspects of this mission. Although teaching is required for promotion, the personal rewards that come from teaching can equal or exceed professional contributions. The mission of Tier 1 of the academy is to provide all faculty with just that--the fundamentals of teaching and learning.

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