Unless specified, please RSVP to Karen Bokoski at Karen.Bokoski@georgetown.edu. Programs and events are open to all faculty, fellows and trainees unless stated otherwise. Please read criteria for application to any specialized programs. You can also learn more about and view our 2018 past events or 2019 past events. Please address any questions to Karen Bokoski at Karen.Bokoski@georgetown.edu.
We also recommend checking out:
- GUWellness events
- Georgetown University events
- All GUMC events
- MedStar Health Grand Rounds/Lectures per department
- Complete your GUFaculty360 personal profile! The GU360 team is offering to assist you in creating your online GUFaculty360 personal profile. Simply send your CV to Emily Zhang or Lori Briggs, and they will get your profile started with the information in your CV. If you have any questions about this process, please email Emily Zhang or Lori Briggs.
- Introducing Panopto: Panopto is a cloud-based lecture capture service to replace services previously provided by Echo360. Panopto is a premier video lecture capture tool that has been successfully adopted by many of our peer institutions. Panopto is available to faculty, staff, and students as a replacement for Echo360, which will be removed from both Blackboard and Canvas. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All faculty will need to complete transiton to CANVAS from Blackboard December 31, 2019. Learn more about the transition.
- You must enroll in DUO. Duo is Georgetown’s Two Factor Authentication Program for all Georgetown online applications. Duo provides extra security that protects you against hackers. Duo requires an additional step at login that ensures your password is protected against theft. Review the Directions for Setting Up Duo and FAQs. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
November 1, 2019
CENTILE Teaching Certificate Program Session 2: Curriculum Development
12 – 1 PM, Building D, Warwick Evans Conference Room
CENTILE Teaching Certificate Program (TCP) consists of 10 sessions of workshops to equip health professions educators with essential skills for teaching health professions students effectively. The health professions education setting involves varied teaching styles and techniques including large group teaching, small group teaching, clinical teaching, team-based learning, online teaching, and procedural skills. The program also covers important skills for outcome-based education, curriculum development, competency-based assessments. Participants who complete 8 session assignments and a capstone paper will be given a certificate.
Please register for the Teaching Certificate Program Session 2 and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
November 7, 2019
CENTILE Grand Rounds and Workshop presented by Dr. Dee Silverthorn
Grand Rounds, 12 – 1 PM, Basic Science Building, Room 23: When Active Learning Fails, and What To Do About It
Workshop, 3 – 5 PM, Building D, Warwick Evans Conference Room: Creating Active Learning Activities and Questions in the Classroom
Please contact CENTILE@georgetown.edu with any questions. Please register for the CENTILE Grand Rounds and Workshop.
December 5, 2019
GWIM Annual Award Ceremony and Reception
5:30 – 7:30 PM, Lombardi Atrium
- Estelle Ramey Mentorship Award
- Karen Gale Outstanding Achievement Award
- Eisenberg Career Development Awards
- School of Nursing & Health Studies Mentorship Award for Women in Health Studies
- Recognition of all recently appointed, promoted, and tenured GUSOM and MGUH women faculty
- Unveiling the portrait of Dr. Toporowicz, as part of GWIM’s Women on the Wall Campaign
Please register for the GWIM Annual Award Ceremony and Reception and contact GWIM@georgetown.edu with any questions.
Deadline: November 22, 2019
CENTILE Leadership and Education Development (LEAD) Certificate Program
The Leadership and Education Development (LEAD) Certificate Program is a nation-wide educational leadership development program administered through the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) and MedStar Health are the first to offer an innovative program as an Institutional Model.
Eligibility: GUMC faculty and administrative professionals are eligible to apply
Opportunities and Expectations: The LEAD Program fosters practical knowledge drawn from the best recognized theoretical models and best practices of effective leadership that are relevant to medical education organizations and processes. Participation is mandatory in all elements of the curriculum.
Cost: There is no cost to individual participants or their mentors. Accommodations (if needed) and tuition is generously covered by CENTILE and the MedStar Teaching Scholars Program.
Application Process: The three part application consists of 1) a completed application form, 2) your current CV, and 3) a letter of support from your department chair indicating support for your full participation in the LEAD program (Note: an example support letter has been included as the last page of the application packet.) Combine the three documents into a single PDF and submit as an email attachment to CENTILE@georgetown.edu on or before Friday, November 22, 2019.
Orientation Session: December 10, 2019 via Zoom from 4 – 5 PM
Applicants will be notified of the selection decision no later than Friday, December 6, 2019.
For more information, visit the CENTILE Leadership Program website.