Faculty Enrichment and Education Development, FEED, is a series of workshops on key topics in faculty development. FEED provides an opportunity for faculty to learn in a collegial environment.
The Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (LAMP) is a year-long, cohort-based faculty development and orientation program for faculty in the second and third years of their appointment that focuses on career planning, self-management and leadership skills.
The Academy of Teaching Scholars program advances the stature, quality and innovation within all aspects of teaching throughout the school by enhancing the development of faculty as educators and facilitators of reform.
Stepping Stones is a forum where faculty and students can learn through hearing the career development journeys of successful women. Stepping Stones luncheons are open to all faculty, staff and students at IU School of Medicine; both men and women are encouraged to attend.
In this free, one-time meeting, a senior faculty consultant assists a more junior faculty participant with targeted guidance around career goals and plans, based on a review of the participant’s career development plan and CV.
Recognizing and honoring outstanding teaching, research and service is an important part of the working and learning culture at IU School of Medicine.