- Teaching for Inclusion and Equity (TIE) Series Call for Summer Workshops: The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are currently inviting Georgetown & GUMC faculty & staff to present workshops this summer in the Teaching for Inclusion & Equity (TIE) Series. If you are interested in presenting material that will advance teaching content, pedagogy, and development of skills and strategies in creating equitable and inclusive learning environments, please email Susan Cheng at email@example.com.
- Teaching for Inclusion and Equity (TIE) Series Upcoming Events: Please RSVP for the events below.
- July 13 & 14 @ 12 – 1:30 PM: Adaptive Leadership to Build Cultural Humility (Two Parts)
- Call for Professional Identity Formation (PIF) Coaches for Cura Personalis Fellowship: The Cura Personalis Fellowship in Professional Identity Formation (PIF) is inviting all GUMC Physician faculty (MD/DO) to apply to serve as PIF coaches for the upcoming academic year. Applications are due by June 30th. Learn more about the responsibilities of this role and submit applications. Contact Christopher Spevak with questions.
- Apply for inaugural Sartorial Sanctuary Virtual Program: Apply to participate in this summer’s inaugural Sartorial Sanctuary Virtual Program, which consists of virtual workshops, interactive community building, and an optional, in-person field experience focused on the intersections between clothing, forms of self-presentation, expressions of identity/cultural heritage, and physical and mental wellness. This initiative combines principles taken from the lenses of wellness, diversity, equity & inclusion, and identity exploration. Workshops are open to all staff, faculty, and students. Individuals from underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Sartorial Sanctuary is designed by ACGME 2021-2022 Equity Matters Fellows, Dr. Susan Cheng and Dr. Donna Cameron, as part of a Wellness Capstone for the Equity Matters fellowship program. Applications are due June 24.
Announcing our inaugural GUMC faculty ombudsperson: On January 1, 2022, Dr. Bassem Haddad started as the inaugural GUMC faculty ombudsperson. Please contact Dr. Bassem Haddad (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to speak with him.
Faculty Cluster Hire Position Posted: The overall goal of the Cluster Hire effort is to recruit new tenure-line faculty conducting basic, translational, clinical and population research that aligns with the Medical Center’s affirmed priority areas. Our first cluster hires will be built around a comprehensive proposal titled “Integrative Approaches to Neuroplasticity Across the Lifespan” put forward by Max Riesenhuber, Mark Burns, Marta Catalfamo and Ming Tan. The positions have been posted for the first cluster hire. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Extension of Tenure Probationary Period announcement (March 2020) and Additional Extension to the Tenure Probationary Period (September 2020). Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
The Office of Faculty & Academic Affairs (OFAA) oversees and guides Georgetown University Medical Center faculty through important career advancement and development processes and programs. OFAA works to inspire innovation, discovery and development among medical center faculty. Whether you are employed by Georgetown University or one of our clinical or research partners, seek a promotion, or want to broaden your skills in your current role, OFAA provides valuable career resources to help you meet your goals.
Please review our Upcoming Events page to review faculty development events happening all across GU and GUMC. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.