The School of Medicine Office for Faculty Development serves as a resource for faculty at all levels. Under the umbrella of the larger Office for Faculty, our team works to promote faculty success and well-being by offering tools needed to successfully navigate a career at Duke. We offer leadership development programs and professional development seminars, including sessions tailored for new faculty, and programs for underrepresented racial and ethnic faculty. We also conduct institutional research focusing on equity and diversity and develop strategies to address the work/life balance needs of faculty. We partner with many Duke offices to ensure your career development needs are met.
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The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is happy to announce the 2022 ALICE participants.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is pleased to announce the 2022 Duke Clinical Leadership Program (DCLP) participants.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is pleased to announce the 2022 LEADER participants.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is pleased to announce the 2022 ADVANCE-UP Scholars!
Congratulations to the following individuals, who have completed the 2021 ALICE Program. The Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement program is a yearlong leadership development program for mid-career women faculty in leadership roles.
Congratulations to the 2021 ADVANCE-UP program graduates!
Applications are open for the School of Medicine ALICE program, a year-long leadership development program for mid-career women faculty. The program offers opportunities to develop and hone leadership skills, set goals, meet institutional leaders, and build a network of women colleagues at a similar career stage. Applications are due November 21.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is now accepting applications for the 2022 Duke Clinical Leadership Program (DCLP)
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty, in partnership with the Office of Physician-Scientist Development, is now accepting applications for the Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists at Duke. Established by a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and supported by Dean Mary Klotman, the Fund provides supplements of up to $30,000-$50,000 to clinician-scientists with significant caregiving responsibilities. Supplements are for 1 year, with the possible option to apply for a second year. This application cycle is for funding from January 1-December 31, 2022.