BENEFITS

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The IU Employee Assistance Program (IUEAP) was established to provide professional help when day-to-day activities are interrupted by stress. IUEAP services are confidential and voluntary. Learn descriptions of servicescovered serviceseligibility and more.

FACULTY LEAVES AND VACATION TIME

The university recognizes the need for and has made provision for a number of types of leaves of absence, including, but not limited to, Absences for Faculty and other Academic Appointees.

LIFE INSURANCE

This site will help you learn more about IU Basic Group Life Insurance including but not limited to plan provisionseligibilityinflation of coverage, and travel assistance.

MEDICAL CARE PLANS

IU is dedicated to providing various medical care plans that benefit your and your family’s health. On this site, you can learn about medical plans offeredcheck eligibility guidelines, and customer service contacts.

NEW EMPLOYEE BENEFIT ENROLLMENT

IU is committed to providing benefits that help protect your and your family’s health, welfare, and financial well-being. This site will help you through the process of enrolling yourself and your dependents in these benefits.

RETIREMENT AND INVESTMENT

IU has different retirement plans to learn more about eligibility, contributionsinvestments, and distributions & withdrawals.

TUITION BENEFIT

Indiana University’s Tuition Benefit supports the educational mission of IU and reduces the cost of IU courses for its employees and their dependents. Get information on the eligibility requirementsenrollment provisionstuition benefit subsidy amounts, and more.

WORK-LIFE BALANCE

Indiana University’s Work-Life Balance service is an enhanced resource for Academic and Staff employees and Graduate Assistants. Specific services include individual consultations and referrals, workshops, seminars, webinars and this website, which connects employees to the full range of support services we all need to thrive in our changing lives.


PERKS

HEALTH SERVICES

IUPUI Health Services is committed to providing quality primary care to students and occupational services to employees. We are here to support your physical health as one component of overall wellness.

INSHAPE

It’s a service-learning program that provides exercise science and fitness studies majors with real-life experience before starting their desired internship. Students are assessed on basic knowledge of skills, client fitness assessments, and their ability to integrate and apply information to training while working with a client towards a better and healthier lifestyle.

IT TRAINING & EDUCATION

IT Training offers instructor-led computing workshops and provides self-study training resources to the Indiana University community and beyond.

IUCAT

IUCAT, Indiana University’s online library catalog, which provides access to millions of items held by the IU Libraries statewide.

IUWARE

IUware is a software distribution service for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.

CRIMSONCARD PERKS

A CrimsonCard Perk is a discount that is offered to the members of the IUPUI community by various local, nationwide and online vendors!

NATATORIUM

Provide superior facilities and customer service to support lifetime fitness and aquatic activities by utilizing expertise in event management and instructional/educational programming while continually promoting the campus of IUPUI and Indiana University.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FITNESS AND SPORTS (NIFS)

The National Institute for Fitness and Sport is dedicated to enhancing human health, physical fitness and athletic performance through research, education, and service for people of all ages and abilities.

TRAVEL DISCOUNTS

We provide an efficient, cost-effective travel management program to assist University faculty and staff in their quest to be recognized as one of the best teaching and research institutions in the nation. We negotiate favorable rates from travel vendors; consult with departments on travel costs, present training seminars, and audit travel documents.


POLICIES

IUPUI Faculty Guide

IUPUI Academic Policies 

IU School of Medicine Specific Policies

FACULTY CONSTITUTION

The system of fundamental principles that govern the IU School of Medicine faculty.

GRIEVANCE PROCESS

A Grievance Committee has been created to provide a means of arbitration of issues before an external process is undertaken.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) POSITION

This policy implements the Indiana University “Statement of Principles on Intellectual Property.” The policy has five basic elements: definitions, categories of intellectual property, the distribution of revenues, dispute resolution within the university, and implementation.

The IUPUI Faculty Guide is provided for faculty of IUPUI as a supplement to the Indiana University system-wide Academic Handbook. The IUPUI Faculty Guide does not duplicate the information already printed in the IU Academic Handbook.

LEAVE POLICIES

Vacation, parental leave, sabbatical leave, sick leave, partial leave of absence benefits of faculty are described and defined.

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

The IU School of Medicine Core Values and Guiding Principles provide the foundation for a culture of professionalism that direct the daily activities at IU School of Medicine. Members of the IU School of Medicine are expected to demonstrate their public commitment to the attitudes and behaviors such values engender.

REVISED TIMELINE REVIEW

It is important for faculty to understand the academic advancement timeline for the promotion and tenure process. In addition, the preparation of the dossier must be planned carefully to be submitted and reviewed around the IU School of Medicine promotion and tenure schedule. Further, it is prudent to review the explicit criteria for advancement in each distinct academic rank and academic track.

STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE

Guidelines for Standards of Excellence in Research, Guidelines for Standards of Excellence in Service, Guidelines for Standards of Excellence in Service, IUPUI Guidelines for Promotion and Tenure.

INDUSTRY RELATIONS

The IU School of Medicine recognizes that there are significant opportunities to improve health through working relationships between its faculty and commercial enterprises. It is clear that these relationships need to be well-defined by our institution and that appropriate policies must exist that both guide and govern collaborations between faculty and private industry.

VOLUNTEER FACULTY

We welcome volunteer faculty to contribute to our missions of teaching, research and clinical care.


CAMPUS

CAMPUS CARD SERVICES (CRIMSONCARD OFFICE)

As a support unit of IUPUI, Campus Card Services: Provides students, employees, partners, and guests with official IUPUI identification. Provides a payment card program allowing students, employees and guests the opportunity to make purchases across the campus and at nearby off-campus establishments. Provides a discount program whereby showing your CrimsonCard at participating merchants can result in many opportunities for discounts and special pricing.

HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION

HRA staff is available to assist in any way possible. If you need help navigating policy implications some of these resources are tied to or want clarification on hiring guidelines, contact the appropriate HRA staff using the staff list.

IUPUI CAMPUS MAP

Also lists Events Calendar, Shuttle Routes, Printable Campus Maps, Accessibility Maps, etc….

IUPUI CENTER FOR CHILDREN

An onsite child care center that through the use of individual, small and whole group activities, plus a variety of experiences, encourages children to develop to their full potential.

IUPUI PARKING SERVICE

An auxiliary service unit created to operate, maintain and develop parking facilities.

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

It is a multifaceted unit that serves the faculty, academic administration and campus community of IUPUI in matters pertaining to faculty life. Academic Affairs touches the lives of faculty from their recruitment and hire, orientation and acclimation, tenure and promotion, sabbatical and other leaves of absence, to post-tenure review and retirement.

OFFICE FOR WOMEN

Office for Women helps improve the workplace and learning environment for women faculty, staff, and students at IUPUI.


EDUCATION

CENTER FOR PHYSICIAN EDUCATION (IU HEALTH)

The Center for Physician Education (IU Health) provides information about Cerner, AIDET and other hospital-based initiatives and training modules.

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

The Center for Teaching and Learning has many resources available and many programs scheduled to help you plan your courses and teach effectively. Contact them if you have questions about planning a course, incorporating technology, creating productive research assignments, or using the Web to enhance your course or reach your students at a distance.

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

Continuing Medical Education has principal responsibility to respond to the diverse professional development needs of Indiana’s physicians and healthcare professionals with educational activities that focus on improving patient outcomes.

IUSM EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Recent partnership between the IU School of Medicine Ruth Lilly Medical Library and the IUSM Office of Information Services and Technology Management (ISTM) in conjunction with our educational partners in the IU School of Medicine Office of Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) and the IU School of Medicine Office of Medical Student Affairs (MSA) have led to some changes to enhance technology support services for the upcoming year.

FACULTY AFFAIRS |PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT | DIVERSITY (FAPDD)

Faculty Affairs | Professional Development | Diversity (FAPDD) provides a host of workshops, resources, and programs to support faculty throughout their career, including navigating the promotion and tenure system in the IU School of Medicine. Information about the Academy of Teaching Scholars, which has been developed  to advance the stature, quality, and innovation within all aspects of teaching throughout the school, and the Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (LAMP), a year-long faculty development and orientation program for new faculty, can also be found on the FAPDD site .

RUTH LILLY MEDICAL LIBRARY

Ruth Lilly Medical Library strives to work with faculty to make information resources, both print and electric, central to teaching, research and learning at IU School of Medicine. Contact your department’s library liaison or begin your connections with the library on its website.


RESEARCH

CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND LEARNING

Center for Research and Learning provides the infrastructure to fund, support, and develop undergraduate research across all disciplines and professional programs.

COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING INITIATIVE (CITI)

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) provides research ethics education to all members of the research community.

FAPDD’S FACULTY DEVELOPMENT FOR RESEARCH FACULTY

FAPDD’s Faculty Development for Research Faculty offers resources and programs especially for research faculty, including Dr. George Gopen’s seminar “Scientific Writing from the Reader’s Perspective” offered each summer and Dr. David C. Morrison’s “Write Winning Grants” workshop offered each fall.

OFFICE OF RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION

Office of Research Administration supports the IU research community by providing educational sessions on all aspects of the responsible conduct and administration of research, compliance services, grant & contract services and clinical trial contracting.

OFFICE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR RESEARCH

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research supports your search for internal and external funding and proposal development.


TECHNOLOGY

IUSM EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Recent partnership between the IU School of Medicine Ruth Lilly Medical Library and the IU School of Medicine Office of Information Services and Technology Management (ISTM) in conjunction with our educational partners in the IU School of Medicine Office of Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) and the IU School of Medicine Office of Medical Student Affairs (MSA) have led to some changes to enhance technology support services for the upcoming year.

INFORMATION SERVICES & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

Information Services & Technology Management (ISTM) exists to help the IU School of Medicine become one of the nation’s Top Ten medical schools by developing and providing services for students, faculty, and staff. Their goal is to provide access to appropriate information regardless of venue or geographic location.

IUWARE

IUware is a software distribution service for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

University Information Technology Services is responsible for the continued development of a modern information technology environment throughout the University in support of IU’s vision of excellence in teaching, research, and service.


CLINICAL CARE

More to come


IU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTY LIFE

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

A list of Deans, Associate Deans, etc…

FACULTY/STAFF DIRECTORY

All components of the directory — including individual and departmental contact information, campus information, and dialing instructions — are available at your fingertips.

IU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ALPHABET SOUP

IU School of Medicine Alphabet Soup is a list of commonly-used university acronyms and their definitions.

IU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RESOURCE PAGE

IU School of Medicine Resource page offers links to helpful tools, including finding people on campus, campus maps, emergency information and technical assistance.

RUTH LILLY MEDICAL LIBRARY

Ruth Lilly Medical Library strives to work with faculty to make information resources, both print and electric, central to teaching, research and learning at IU School of Medicine. Contact your department’s library liaison or begin your connections with the library on its website.


CLINICAL PARTNERS

AFFILIATED HOSPITALS

Here you will find a list of affiliated hospitals.

ESKENAZI HEALTH (FORMERLY WISHARD)

Eskenazi Health, operated by Marion County Health and Hospitals Corporation and managed by IU School of Medicine faculty under contract.

IU HEALTH HOMEPAGE

Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system. A unique partnership with IU School of Medicine, one of the nation’s leading medical schools, gives patients access to innovative treatments and therapies. IU Health is comprised of hospitals, physicians and allied services dedicated to providing preeminent care throughout Indiana and beyond.

IU HEALTH METHODIST HOSPITAL

IU Health Methodist Hospital, a level one trauma centers and state of the art medical center.

IU HEALTH UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

IU Health University Hospital, a highly specialized adult hospital, cancer and transplant center.

RICHARD ROUDEBUSH VA MEDICAL CENTER

Richard Roudebush VA Medical Center, part of the US Office of Veterans Affairs.

RILEY HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AT IU HEALTH

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, Indiana’s only comprehensive pediatric hospital.


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DUAL CAREERS

  • Accompanying partners of newly hired full-time faculty and professional staff.

OUR PROCESS:

  • Contact the Dual Career Support Liaison (DCSL) as early in the recruitment process as possible. The DCSL can meet with an accompanying partner and/or endeavor to arrange informational interviews for a partner during a recruit’s visit.
  • Complete the Dual Career Services Intake Form to initiate a request for dual career support.
  • The DCSL will contact the accompanying partner in 3-5 business days to set up an initial consultation.
  • The DCSL provides CV/resume review, interview coaching, introductions to Indiana University and Indianapolis-area employers, access to Central Indiana Dual Career Network allies, and opportunities to meet other Indiana University School of Medicine newcomers.
  • The DCSL serves as a job search resource; this not a job placement program and not intended to replace an accompanying partner’s own job search efforts.