Career Development

The School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers many career development opportunities for faculty members. 


Arrows pointing everywhereMentoring Resources

The SMHS Mentoring Resources serve to complement existing mentoring that is occurring at the division and department levels and are designed so that SMHS faculty can create a mentoring strategy that best meets their preferences, career development needs, and professional goals.

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Arrows pointing everywhereJunior Faculty Career Exploration & Development Program

The Career Exploration & Development Program for Junior Faculty. This is a half-day retreat to explore and discuss specific strategies for enhancing your career. 

Applications are due August 16, 2019. 

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Ross Hall CourtyardContinuing Education in the Health Professions

The Office of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (CEHP) provides continuing education resources focused on improving the capabilities of health care professionals. CEHP offers accreditation, instructional design services, meeting planning and coordination, marketing, speaker coordination, grantsmanship in support of learning, and online and live education.

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Clinical and Translational ResearchClinical and Translational Research
(Health Sciences Master's & Certificate Programs)

The Clinical and Translational Research programs call upon researchers to develop their work with broader, more holistic worldviews. This training equips professionals with enhanced research and leadership skills, preparing them to work collaboratively with researchers, patients, and leaders in health care.

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Master Teacher Leadership Development ProgramMaster Teacher Leadership Development Program

Offered by SMHS in partnership with the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, the Master Teacher Leadership Development Program provides a unique opportunity for facutly in medicine and health sciences to enhance their teaching skills, pursue scholarship in education and develop their leadership potential.

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