The Office for Faculty Development hosts New Faculty Orientation once a year, typically in September/October. New Faculty Orientation is designed to give those who are relatively new to Duke an overview of research, education, and career development topics. The day also includes sessions on the appointments, promotion and tenure processes in both the basic and clinical sciences. Faculty in attendance will have a chance to meet and interact with school leaders and to learn about resources available to support their careers.
The next School of Medicine New Faculty Orientation will be held in the fall of 2018.
Couldn't make it to last year's orientation but still want to learn more? Below are handouts and presentations from past orientation programs.
*Information current as of September 2015. For more APT updates, consult the Duke University Faculty Handbook (see appendix J or L).*
Quick Reference Guide: Promotion and Tenure Policies for Clinical Departments
Resources for Navigating Duke
Policies of Note
The most up-to-date information on university policies can be found through the Office of the Provost in the Faculty Handbook http://provost.duke.edu/faculty-resources/faculty-handbook/ including:
- Flexible Work Arrangement Policy and Form (ch. 4)
- Leaves of Absence and Tenure Clock Relief (See page (ch. 4)
- Policies Related to Research (Appendix P)
- Harassment Policy (Appendix W)