The IU School of Medicine Academy of Teaching Scholars is a program designed to help faculty build and share their skills as educators. The program encourages faculty to develop the skills needed to become educational leaders and facilitators of positive change.
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FAPDD hosts a range of instructional programs and courses for faculty and students in science, medicine and other technical fields. The Communicating Science program trains 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.
Most faculty learn to mentor by experimenting, then analyzing successes and failures. The goal of this workshop series is to develop mentorship and improve mentor and mentee engagement.Learn More
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.Learn More
FAPDD and Educational Affairs are co-sponsoring a research in medical education (RIME) faculty learning community (FLC). The RIME FLCs will engage around individual or group research project(s) related to medical education.
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, IU School of Medicine 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 or 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.
Each year, FAPDD in collaboration with the IU 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, women have fewer role models of success.
- Enhancing Your Scientific Career: Unlocking Your Inner Mentor
- Faculty Learning Communities on Research in Medical Education (RIME)
- IU School of Medicine Skill Enhancement Award
- Kelley School of Business Partnership Programs
- Academy of Teaching Scholars
- Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED)
- Communicating Science: Programs for Learners, Trainees and Faculty
- Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership
- Faculty Steering Committee