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FEATURED EVENT New Faculty Workshop - Tools for Success

Are you a new faculty member at UC Davis School of Medicine or the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing? If so, this workshop is for you!

Please join us to learn the fundamentals for faculty success at UC Davis Health. In this workshop, you will have an opportunity to interact with a variety of leaders at UC Davis Health and hear about current priorities and future plans. You will learn the fundamentals of navigating a variety of complex processes and where to go for help. Important information will be provided on the topics of faculty development, retirement planning, outside professional activities and academic advancement.

If you are a new faculty in the School of Medicine or Nursing, or if you’re a seasoned faculty in need of a refresher, please plan to join us on October 16th!

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Register online: http://bit.ly/NFW101620

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Who we are

Faculty Development is a program administered through the Office of Academic Personnel.

Our audience

We serve the professional and career development needs of faculty at all levels of the academician lifecycle — new recruit, early career, mid-career, senior and emeritus.

Our programs

Through our programs, we aim to address the diverse needs of our faculty community with offerings in career advancement, professional development, and interprofessional teaching.

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Email: HS-UCDHS Faculty Development

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