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FAME Launches New Career Development Program 

 

The Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME) has developed a new program that provides new faculty members the opportunity to further their career development. The goal of the FAME Faculty School program is to create an immersion program for new faculty to set the foundation for career success.

Faculty School is the first program developed within the Center for FAME. The series offers programming lectures for faculty members containing valuable information to further career development. A total of nine lectures will be held throughout the remainder of the academic year. The lectures will be given by faculty and staff members including leaders in the Center for FAME, the Medical Center, and the Human Resources department.

The first lecture, “Creating Your CV” will be Thursday, November 17 presented by Judy Westman, Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine. The next session, December 12 features Bob Towner-Larsen, Leadership/Organizational Development Consultant on the topic of emotional intelligence, followed by a January 9 lecture presented by Anne Massaro, Director of Culture Consultation and a February 13 lecture featuring a presentation by Dean of the College of Medicine, Charles J. Lockwood, MD. 

The FAME Faculty School program lectures will close out the academic year with a March 12 presentation by Bill Smoyer and John Mahan, Professors of Pediatrics, an April 9 lecture presented by Paul Weber, Professor of Ophthalmology, and Philip Binkley, Director of the Center for FAME and Professor of Internal Medicine, a May 14 presentation by Binkley, Director of the Center for FAME and Professor of Internal Medicine, a June 11 lecture given by John Votino, Systems Analyst, and Heather Brod, Director of Faculty Affairs, and finally a July 9 presentation featuring Steven G. Gabbe, MD, CEO of the Ohio State University Medical Center.

The FAME Faculty School Program has provided faculty members the opportunities to further their education and interact with peers and co-workers, all while laying the foundation for career success. The Faculty School Program is only open to new faculty members who started since July 1, 2011 and individuals must enroll to participate. Please email FAME@osumc.edu to enroll or contact Heather Brod with any additional questions. View the 2011-2012 Faculty School Curriculum.​

 

Posted on 30-Nov-11 by Geier, Eric
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