The Indiana University School of Medicine Academy of Teaching Scholars is a program designed to advance the stature, quality, and innovation within all aspects of teaching throughout the school.
|Writing Clear Learning Objectives||03/21/19||12:10 PM-12:50 PM||Register|
|Medical Practice||03/28/19||12:00 PM-01:00 PM||Register|
Indiana University ‘s Communicating Science Program is inspired by the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. The Center was created at Stony Brook University in 2009 to enhance understanding of science by helping train the next generation of scientists and health professionals to communicate more effectively with the public, public officials, the media, and others outside their own discipline. Learn more about why actor Alan Alda created a Center like this.
|Communicating Science||02/26/19||04:00 PM-06:00 PM||Register|
|Communicating Science||06/6/19||04:00 PM-06:00 PM||Register|
Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED), is a series of workshops on key topics in faculty development. FEED provides an opportunity for faculty to learn in a collegial environment.
|Delivering Meaningful Feedback - Tips and Tricks for Faculty||03/14/19||08:00 AM-09:30 AM||Register|
The IU School of Medicine Skill Enhancement Award, offered through Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity, provides Associate Professors the opportunity to acquire new skills to accelerate the trajectory of their career toward Full Professor.Learn More
As academic health centers grow into larger and more complex systems, physician leaders must be able to confront and execute a wider array of business decisions than ever before. In response to this growing demand for greater business acumen, Indiana University School of Medicine Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity unit has partnered with IU Kelley School of Business to provide a series of leadership development programs.Learn More
The Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (LAMP) is a year-long, cohort-based faculty development and orientation program for faculty in the second and third years of their appointment. The seminars introduce participants to the fundamentals of career planning, self-management and leadership skills. As a result of this program, faculty have tools that will enable them to accomplish their primary career goals and aspirations.Learn More
IUSM Faculty Affairs – Professional Development – Diversity (FAPDD) is sponsoring a faculty learning community (FLC) on the scholarship of teaching and learning in the health professions- the MedEd Combinator.
This new program is modeled after the Y Combinator, a successful Silicon Valley startup incubator in which selected participants receive advice, connections, and seed money to take a project from idea to execution in a short amount of time.Learn More
New Provider & Faculty Orientation (NPFO) is a week-long orientation designed to welcome all new Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) & Indiana University Health Physicians (IUHP) colleagues to the enterprise. Faculty members and providers are introduced to the IUSM/IUHP history, mission, culture, teaching objectives and more during orientation. Over 400 new providers and faculty members attend orientation every year.Learn More
Each year, FAPDD in collaboration with the Indiana University School of Medicine Women’s Advisory Council, hosts a series of lunch workshops called Stepping Stones. Since women in academic medicine tend to have smaller professional networks than male colleagues, and because fewer women than men advance to higher ranks, we know that women have fewer role models of success.
|Stepping Stones of Women: Teresita Bellido, PhD||02/28/19||11:45 AM-01:00 PM||Register|
|Stepping Stones of Women: Michelle Howenstine, M.D.||03/26/19||11:45 AM-01:00 PM||Register|
|Stepping Stones of Women: Megan Palmer, Ph.D.||04/23/19||11:45 AM-01:00 PM||Register|
- IUSM Skill Enhancement Award
- Kelley School of Business Partnership Programs
- Med Ed Combinator (MEC)
- Academy of Teaching Scholars
- Communicating Science: Programs for Learners, Trainees and Faculty
- Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership
- New Provider and Faculty Orientation
- Faculty Steering Committee