Centers, Organizations, and Opportunities
Below are centers, organizations, and other opportunities for faculty development. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Associate Dean of Faculty Development, Dr. Kristi Graves, and Faculty Development Coordinator, Karen Bokoski.
Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
GUMC and GU has many resources available related to our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion including but not limited to:
Georgetown Women in Medicine
The mission of Georgetown Women in Medicine (GWIM) is to promote the professional advancement of women faculty at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC). Our goal is the establishment of policies and a working environment that promote equality and diversity in hiring, promotion, and compensation throughout the Medical Center.
CENTILE is an inter-professional community of educators that drives innovation, excellence and scholarship in education at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC). Within CENTILE you will find several developmental activities and programs, like Teaching Academy, and the LEAD program, to help you enhance you teaching skills and network.
AAMC Minority and Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar
Every year the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs sponsors an individual to attend the AAMC Minority Faculty Leadership Development Seminar, and Mid-Career Minority Faculty Leadership Seminar. In addition, GWIM sponsors an individual to attend the Women Early Career Faculty Leadership Development Seminar, and the Women Mid-Career Faculty Leadership Development Seminar. These individuals participate in this national event, and get the opportunity to learn and network from medical professionals around the nation.
Dahlgren Memorial Library
Dahlgren Memorial Library (The Graduate Health & Life Sciences Research Library at Georgetown University Medical Center) acquires, organizes, and provides access to information services and resources in support of the mission of the University and the Medical Center, and consults and collaborates with GUMC faculty, staff, and students to integrate information resources and technologies into teaching, learning, research, patient care, and service.
The Mini Medical School Program is GUMC’s community outreach to the members of the Washington Metropolitan area. Mini-Medical School participants gain an appreciation for what Georgetown University medical students experience during their four years of undergraduate medical education exploring various areas of the basic and clinical sciences.
The lecture series is open to everyone, with a typical audience ranging from middle school students to retired professionals from various backgrounds. The program is great for individuals who are interested in medicine and the biomedical sciences. All lectures are presented by Georgetown University School of Medicine faculty members who volunteer their time, providing our faculty with an opportunity to interact with the community. Each evening is dedicated to a different topic in medicine.
The HOYA Clinic is a student-driven free clinic located in the old D.C. General Hospital Building in Southeast Washington, D.C. It is managed by medical students of the Georgetown University School of Medicine and caters to the health needs of D.C.’s homeless and uninsured. GUMC Faculty are welcome to take part in this great service opportunity.
GUMC Sabbatical Leave Application
Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS)
CNDLS integrates a teaching and learning center with the latest educational technology. The team of experienced educators facilitates a broad-based program that promotes discovery, engagement, and diversity in an ever-expanding conception of learning.
Georgetown University Writing Center
The Center offers free peer tutoring to all enrolled students and faculty. Trained graduate and undergraduate students tutors will assist you at any stage of your writing process, from initial brainstorming to final revisions. The main campus Center is located on the second floor of Lauinger Library (217a).