Highlighted Programs and Events

  • Invitation to Serve on Committees Process (April 17 – May 1): Each Spring, the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs (OFAA) invites faculty members to consider serving on committees that are seeking new members.  Please review the GUMC Committees webpage to view details and submit applications for committees that are seeking new members. All applications are due by May 1, 2024. Please email ofaa@georgetown.edu with any questions.
  • Call for Applications – Fall 2024 Cohort of the GUMC Faculty Mentoring Program: The GUMC Faculty Mentoring Program for New and Early Career Faculty is open for applications for a new cohort of 20 mentees and 5 pod leaders.  We will be hosting information sessions on 4/24 and 5/8 to share more about the program, what mentees and pod leaders can expect, and answer any questions. Please RSVP for the information sessions. You can learn more and apply on the GUMC Faculty Mentoring Program webpage.  Applications are due by Wednesday, May 22. Please contact gumcmentoring@georgetown.edu with any questions.
  • RADIANCE Grant Information Sessions: The Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs is pleased to partner with the Center for Health Equity for the next cycle of Respect, Advocacy, Diversity, Inclusion, Anti-Racism, Collaboration, Equity (RADIANCE) grants. This cycle will focus on community engagement. Please join us for one of the open house information sessions to learn more.  We will have four possible open house sessions via Zoom:
    • Monday, April 22 from 3 – 4 PM (RSVP)
    • Tuesday, April 30 from 5 – 6 PM (RSVP)
    • Monday, May 6 from 5 – 6 PM (RSVP)
    • Wednesday, May 15 from 4 – 5 PM (RSVP)
  • GUMC Forum on Development, April 30 at 11 AM, Warwick Evans Conference Room or via Zoom: Join the GUMC Task Force on Advancement and the Office of Advancement for an introductory forum on development. Topics will include how the Office of Advancement works, current priorities for giving, ways that faculty can work with the Office of Advancement, and the vision of the future of development for GUMC. In-person attendance is strongly preferred and lunch will be served.  RSVP and submit your questions by April 22.
  • Grant Development Subcommittee Mini-Symposium – Successful Grant Submission 101, May 3, 2 – 3:45 PM, via Zoom: The Grant Development Subcommittee is hosting a Mini-Symposium that will be helpful for all GUMC faculty who are new to the grant submission process. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the basics of grant submission and how to develop successful proposals. The Mini-Symposium will also cover resubmissions of proposals based on some prior successful experiences of one of the speakers.  Please RSVP for the event and email Purushottam Tiwari, PhD with any questions.
  • CENTILE CHEER Session – A Comparison of Faculty and Student Thought on the Incorporation of Third-Party Resources in Medical Curricula, May 10, 12 – 1 PM, via Zoom: Please RSVP for the event


Following a recommendation from the Fall 2022 Wellness Task Force Report to consolidate wellness resources, the new GUMC Faculty Wellness website includes resources on the multiple domains of well-being: emotional, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social and spiritual.

The GUMC Office of the Faculty Ombudsperson was established in 2022 with Bassem Haddad, MD, named as the inaugural faculty ombudsperson. The office serves as a confidential, independent, impartial and informal resource for the Georgetown University community. Visit the new GUMC Faculty Ombudsperson website to learn more about the role, services offered by the office and additional resources, and contact Dr. Haddad by email if you wish to speak with him.

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.  

Upcoming Events

Please review our Upcoming Events page to review faculty development events happening all across GU and GUMC. Please contact ofaa@georgetown.edu with any questions.