GUMC Faculty Social Wellness Resources

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Social wellness is about building positive, interpersonal connections and deep, meaningful relationships.

University Resources

  • Volunteer virtually with the Center for Social Justice.
  • Teaching Communities from CNDLS allow you to engage with colleagues from across the University around issues of teaching and learning and explore new ideas and approaches to use in the classroom in book clubs, faculty cohorts and teaching circles.
  • The GUMC Mentoring Program can enhance your mentoring network. Email for a consultation to find what meets your mentoring needs.
  • Get involved with a GUMC Committee to meet others with similar interests: Contact the committee contact or committee chairs (rosters are all listed on the GUMC Committees webpage) directly to find out how to get involved and if they are seeking new members
  • Apply for the CENTILE Teaching Academy to join a community a medical educators.
  • Join an Employee Resource Group to meet others who share common interests, backgrounds, and concerns (open to all faculty including university-employed and those employed by hospital affiliates such as MedStar Health).

General Resources