Upcoming Events

In accordance with social-distancing guidelines, in-person events have been suspended until it is safe to gather in person. All of our leadership development programs (LEADER, ALICE, DCLP, ADVANCE UP) will continue to meet virtually. This page will be updated with any additional information regarding event changes, and any new offerings available online. Please contact facdev@dm.duke.edu with any questions. 

 

The School of Medicine Offices for Faculty Development and Research Mentoring are pleased to host a variety of seminars, small group workshops, and special events geared toward engaging faculty at all ranks and from all academic backgrounds. Browse our current schedule below, register for events, or consult our yearly calendar for a general outline of our program schedules.

Want to stay in touch? Regular rank School of Medicine faculty are automatically subscribed to our e-mail list. If you have any questions please reach out to favdev@duke.edu

Current Programs:

 

 

 

Funds Flow in the School of Medicine

June 10, 2021, 9-10:30am

Presented by: Scott Gibson, Executive Vice Dean for Administration. This seminar is part of the Academic New Faculty Orientation series. All are welcome. 

This seminar will help demystify the complex financial structure of the School of Medicine and associated entities. Faculty are encouraged to attend to build awareness of factors influencing financial decision-making and to empower them to be able to fully engage in discussions about finances at the program, department, and school levels.

Where: Zoom, Register below and you will receive a calendar invitation at least 48 hours prior to the session

Questions? Questions can be sent to Kyle Nunn in the School of Medicine Office for Faculty at kyle.nunn@duke.edu

Register Here

 

Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals

Thursday, July 15 - Fri July 16, 12:30-2 pm

Hosted by: Duke Office of Research Initiatives 

Back by popular demand, Duke is hosting Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals, a virtual seminar from Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops. This session is geared to faculty or others from any Duke school who are writing NIH grant applications. All Duke research personnel involved in writing proposals for funding are invited to attend.

Duke is covering the registration fees for the seminar; however, all registrants are required to purchase the most recent version of The Grant Application Writer's Workbook. The workbook costs $90 + tax and shipping; however, you can use promo code B2X4S43PTTC1 for a $15 discount. A Zoom link to the session will be sent upon confirmation of purchase of the workbook.

Register here: https://redcap.duke.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=LYFRJXL7DD 

Questions? Contact researchinitiatives@duke.edu. The Office for Faculty is not hosting this seminar, it will instead be hosted by Duke Office of Research Initiatives please reach out to them with any questions.

 

 

Professionalism and Bystander Interventions

July 22, 2021, 10am-noon

Presented by: Ann Brown, MD, MHS, Vice Dean for Faculty; Laura Svetkey, MD, MHS, SOM Faculty Ombudsperson; Ada Gregory, MA, Associate Director of the Kenan Institute for Ethics and Student Ombudsperson. This seminar is part of the Academic New Faculty Orientation series. All are welcome. 

Faculty play an important role in creating and sustaining a healthy and inclusive work climate. This seminar will begin with a review of policies and practices to support professionalism in the School of Medicine, before transitioning to an interactive workshop on bystander interventions. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice techniques for responding to harmful words and behaviors in the workplace.  

Where: Zoom, Register below and you will receive a calendar invitation at least 48 hours prior to the session

Questions? Questions can be sent to Kyle Nunn in the School of Medicine Office for Faculty at kyle.nunn@duke.edu

Register Here

 

 

Faculty Development Resources

August 16, 2021, noon-1pm

Presented by: The Office for Faculty and featuring representatives from a variety of faculty development offices. This seminar is part of the Academic New Faculty Orientation series. All are welcome.

Participants will be introduced to a variety of offices and resources to aid in their career development. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and interact with leaders and will walk away with new connections for future growth and development.

Where: Zoom, Register below and you will receive a calendar invitation at least 48 hours prior to the session

Questions? Questions can be sent to Kyle Nunn in the School of Medicine Office for Faculty at kyle.nunn@duke.edu

Register Here

 

Save the Date: 4th Annual URiM Family Barbeque

 

Tentatively Scheduled for Saturday, September 11, 4:00pm to 7:00pm

Treyburn Country Club, 1 Old Trail Dr, Durham, NC 27712

Come join us at the Treyburn Country Club for a family friendly networking barbeque. There will be activities for the whole family, kids included. Dinner, wine and beer will be served.  

Hosted By:

  • Kevin Thomas, MD, Assistant Dean of Underrepresented Faculty Development
  • Kim Evans, MD, Associate Vice Chair for Diversity, Chair, Minority Recruitment & Retention Committee, Department of Medicine

Who should attend? SOM Underrepresented in Medicine, Faculty, Staff, Trainees, Learners and their families

RSVP: Due to COVID-19, we understand that not everyone may be ready for social gatherings. Please let us know you’re planning to come by signing up here by Friday, July 30, so that we can gauge the level of interest in this event. An official invitation with more details will be sent out at least 30 days before the event. We thank you for taking this extra step to help us ensure that this event is something our community feels safe participating in.

Questions? Contact fiona.johann@duke.edu 

 

Navigating the Research Mission (clinical/data science focus)

September 21, 2021, 2:30-5pm

Coordinated and Moderated by Rebecca Brouwer and Sunita Patil from the Office of Research Initiatives. This seminar is part of the Academic New Faculty Orientation series. All are welcome. 

This seminar will feature speakers, roundtable discussions, and participant Q&A to help faculty with a clinical/data science focus maneuver the complex research enterprise and equip them with resources useful to career development.

Where: Zoom, Register below and you will receive a calendar invitation at least 48 hours prior to the session

Questions? Questions can be sent to Kyle Nunn in the School of Medicine Office for Faculty at kyle.nunn@duke.edu

Register Here

 

 

Navigating the Research Mission (basic science focus)

September 23, 2021, 9am-noon

Moderated by Colin Duckett, PhD, Vice Dean for Basic Science. This seminar is part of the Academic New Faculty Orientation series. All are welcome. 

This seminar will feature speakers, roundtable discussions, and participant Q&A to help faculty with a basic science focus maneuver the complex research enterprise and equip them with resources useful to career development.

Where: Zoom, Register below and you will receive a calendar invitation at least 48 hours prior to the session

Questions? Questions can be sent to Kyle Nunn in the School of Medicine Office for Faculty at kyle.nunn@duke.edu

Register Here