The Medical School recognizes the variety of development tracks and opportunities for academic promotion within the Clinical track. As such, specific pathways were designed as a development tool to guide faculty who want to focus their careers in a specific direction and to help them progress towards academic promotion.
Whether you are near retirement, considering it in the future, or are simply curious about what retirement could look like for you as a faculty member, please join us for a discussion and reception to learn more from Carol Bradford, MD, MS, Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, and our panelists:
Preparing the documents needed for promotion takes time and attention to detail. One of the critical items needed in the presentation of one’s materials is the Educators’ Portfolio. Despite the importance of this document, many faculty still find it difficult to pull together a successful package.
The UM Medical School Faculty Development Office and the ADVANCE Program invite Medical School faculty members to a discussion of:
Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less by Tiffany Dufu
Monday, February 5, 2018
A bold and inspiring memoir and manifesto from a renowned voice in the women's leadership movement who shows women how to cultivate the single skill they really need in order to thrive: the ability to let go.
In partnership with ADVANCE and the Department of Pediatrics' Gender DEI Group, faculty participants from this session will be able to do the following:
Networking and developing connections is required to understand the strategic directions and priorities of your organization. Working to support the priorities of your organization is key to your professional success.
Workshop objectives include:
It is often a struggle to balance attention and time spent on work vs. the rest of your responsibilities.
Workshop objectives include:
Do you need help planning for your retirement?
Alanna Troup, Benefits Administrator Intermediate, from the U-M Human Resources Benefits Office will present on topics for faculty such as retirement eligibility, benefits in retirement, retiree contributions to health care, phased retirement and retirement furloughs, and additional U-M benefits in retirement.
Q & A session will follow.
Don’t let retirement sneak up on you. Be ready for it.
Our workshop leader will provide information to help you assess where you are on the path to reaching your financial goals and how to help get back on track if you’re behind.
These quarterly sessions are intended as a follow-up to the monthly New Faculty Orientation. Orientation gave you the information to get you started at Michigan. In this session, there will be specific focus on expectations for advancement and career planning within the clinical track pathways. Other topics will include: mentoring, medical education, giving feedback, and self-care. Established clinical track faculty will share their stories around their career trajectories including milestones and stumbling blocks to avoid.