Faculty Development Series - Session 1: Orienting your career at CUMC
This first session of the Faculty Development Series will introduce faculty to CUMC and to some of the administrative offices that will help in fulfilling professional responsibilities.
Faculty Development Series - Session 2: Academic Tracks and Academic Advancement at CUMC
This session will provide junior faculty with information on the promotion and tenure at CUMC and the expectations with regard to teaching, advising, service, and scholarship.
Faculty Development Series - Session 3: Facilitating Mentoring
Dr. Anne Taylor, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, discusses what mentoring is, why it is important, and how to engage and approach a mentoring relationship. Panels of mentors and mentees from the various schools discuss their mentoring relationships with junior faculty.
Faculty Development Series - Session 4: Developing a Career Focus
Session 4 of the Faculty Development Series will focus on developing a career plan, identifying goals and will provide methods to track career progress. This session will also give an overview of the Columbia University CV format.
Faculty Development Series - Session 5: Documents for Docs: CVs and Insight on What You Need to Tell Your Story
This session will focus on the Columbia CV format, maintaining a CV as a living document, and creating an education portfolio.
Faculty Development Series - Session 6: Managing Your Time and Work/Life Demands
This session will provide an opportunity to assess how you currently manage your time and how you can improve your time-management habits to accomplish your personal and professional goals.
Faculty Development Series - Session 7: A Strategy for Career Success - Negotiating for What You Need
Being successful in negotiation requires understanding one’s career goals and an understanding of negotiation elements and skills. Catherine Morrison, from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, will lead this session covering how to negotiate to secure the kinds of resources, experience, and exposure that help with academic career development.
NIH K Award Workshops
General Workshop: Steps to a Competitive Application
Know Your K
Know your Kangaroo
Lab Management Course with Kathy Barker
I Was Trained To Do Everything But Run A Lab!
By learning more about the requirements of being a lab manager and mentor, establishing their own practical and ethical frameworks, and practicing time management, conflict mediation, and other overlooked skills, junior faculty can be more effective in the lab and in science.
Lecture Slides and Audio
Making your postdoc matter: Lessons from P.I.s
After all that hard work at the bench, new principal investigators soon learn that they will manage their labs well not just with technical expertise, but also with skills such as time management, communication ease, and political savvy. Come learn the expectations for a principal investigator- and how you can prepare as a postdoc for academic and nonacademic careers.
Special Lecture on Women Leadership in Academic Medicine with Julie Freischlag, Chair of Surgery at Johns Hopkins
“Are We Ready for a Woman in Charge? Maintaining Leadership in Surgery”
Lecture video and audio
Tuesday, July 19, 2011 from 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Julie Ann Freischlag, M.D.
The William Stewart Halsted Professor
Chair, Department of Surgery
Surgeon – in – Chief
The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Committee for Women Faculty
"Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome!
How to Feel as Bright and Capable as Everyone Seems to Think You Are"
Do you secretly worry that others will find out you're not as intelligent and competent as they seem to think you are? Do you often dismiss your accomplishments as a "fluke" or "no big deal"? Do you sometimes shy away from taking on greater challenges because of nagging self-doubt? Are you crushed by even constructive criticism, taking it as evidence of your own ineptness? If so, join the club, and join us for a presentation by Dr. Valerie Young.
Dr. Valerie Young is an internationally known speaker who has presented to such diverse audiences as Chrysler, Intel, IBM, P&G, Boeing, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Society of Women Engineers, MIT, Stanford, Princeton, Cal Tech, and over 60 other colleges and universities.
DATE: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
TIME: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
LOCATION: Room 301, Hammer Health Science Center
Faculty Development - Negotiation Series
This is a four-part series on negotiation skills with Catherine Morrison, JD, Associate Faculty member in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Session 1 - Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Session 2 - Thursday, November 17, 2011
Session 3 - Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Session 4 - Thursday, April 19, 2012
Each session is offered twice through two 1 hour sections:
Section 1: 7:00 AM and Section 2: 12:00 PM. (Please only register for one section).
Associate Faculty member in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
The Office of Academic Affairs, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University.
Session 1 - September 27, 2011
"A Strategy for Success: Two Approaches to Negotiation"
Session 1 Topics:
1. Fundamental concepts of negotiation
2. How to apply them to effectively assess, plan, and conduct two-party and multi-party negotiations.
Session 2 - November 17th, 2011
"How to Effectively Select and Use a Negotiation Style"
Session 2 Topics:
1. Introduction to 5 different negotiation styles in this session
2. What is your own negotiation and conflict handling profile?
3. How to identify and effectively respond to negotiation styles used by the other parties in a negotiation.
Session 4 - April 19th, 2012
"Gender and Cultural Influences in Negotiation"
Session 4 Objectives:
- Increase your awareness of the roles that gender and cultural influences play in your negotiations.
- Sharpen your ability to analyze a negotiation from a gender or cultural perspective and develop approaches that facilitate understanding.
- Discuss how to use the strengths inherent in your personal negotiating style and how to practice strategies to overcome general problems that can arise in cross-gender or cross-cultural negotiations.
Faculty Development - Tips for Writing Letters of Recommendation for Students Applying to Medical School
Greatest enthusiasm, great enthusiasm, or enthusiasm?
November 12, 2012
Dr. Stephen Nicholas, P&S associate dean for admissions, and Dr. Patrice Spitalnik, assistant director of the P&S MD-PhD program and a member of the P&S admissions committee, discussed:
- Key factors that admissions committees look for
- Ways to maximize the likelihood your letter will be read
- Common-sense guidelines to avoid hyperbole and convey first-hand knowledge of an applicant
- Ways subtleties in language may help or hurt an applicant
- Beyond a letter of recommendation, what you can do to advocate for the exceptionally-talented student.