RowanSOM Faculty Development Program

Mission

To provide RowanSOM faculty and residents with education, resources, and support specifically in the areas of instructional innovation, diversity, collaboration, and ongoing professional skill development. By working closely with faculty through consultation, by providing steady access to current educational resources, and by offering a regular schedule of didactic programming, the goal of this faculty development program is to inspire RowanSOM faculty and residents to grow as leading medical educators and in turn, prepare RowanSOM students to be clinically skillful, compassionate and culturally competent physicians.

The Center for Teaching and Learning strives to assist SOM faculty with teaching support and professional development by providing guidance, resources, and services. To achieve these goals, we work directly with faculty on both an individual and group basis.

Announcements (updated 2/4/2016)

*Special Event! Tuesday, 2/9, from 8 – 9:30 a.m.

“Pharmaceutical Diversion and the DEA,” a lecture and Q&A session with U.S. Drug Enforcement Special Agent Phil Streiker in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Academic Center.

* Dr. Gimpel Echo Available, friday, 1/29/16

To view this echo:
1. Log into Blackboard
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2. Click on “RowanSOM Faculty Development Resources”

3. Click on “NBOME Update from Dr. Gimpel 2016 for Faculty “ to view the recording.

*New! RowanSOM YouTube Channel and Webpage coming soon!

*RowanSOM MENTORS WANTED!

As you know, one of the main ingredients to achieving success in medical school is strong mentorship; someone who has walked this path and can share their wisdom with a medical student to make their journey better. At SOM, we have the D.O.C.’s (D.O.’s Counseling students) program and are in need of physician mentors to pair with our students! This is a great way to engage with students who are following in your footsteps. It’s easy to participate and a small investment in time can make a world of difference in a student’s life. For more information and to register, visit: SOM D.O.C.s program.

*Save the Date! Friday, June 3, 2016,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Monday Morning Mentor Presentation (2/8-2/13): How Do I Get Students to Come to Class Prepared?

Check email on Monday, 2/8 for log-in instructions.

*February "Faculty Focus" Newsletters

Be on the lookout to recieve via email on 2/5 and 2/19.

We will soon add an archive for previous Faculty Focus Newsletters!

*New "Teaching Essentials" Webinars

FERPA Training - Regina Wilmes, M.Ed.

Performing Effective Searches - Janette Pierce, MS, AHIP

To view these webinars:

1. Log into Blackboard.

2. Click on “RowanSOM Faculty Development Resources”

3. Click on "Teaching Essentials" to view the recording.


 

 

 

Upcoming Events

  • Ongoing: Monday Morning Mentor. The RowanSOM Center for Teaching recently purchased a subscription to Monday Morning Mentor. This subscription offers 20-Minute Mentor online programs each week on a variety of teaching and learning topics. Paid and volunteer faculty will receive log-in information each Monday morning via the faculty email listserves. If you are not receiving this information and would like to, please contact Elizabeth Cronin at cronine@rowan.edu.
  • Ongoing: RowanSOM MENTORS WANTED!
    As you know, one of the main ingredients to achieving success in medical school is strong mentorship; someone who has walked this path and can share their wisdom with a medical student to make their journey better. At SOM, we have the D.O.C.’s (D.O.’s Counseling students) program and are in need of physician mentors to pair with our students! This is a great way to engage with students who are following in your footsteps. It’s easy to participate and a small investment in time can make a world of difference in a student’s life. For more information and to register, visit: SOM D.O.C.s program.
  • “Pharmaceutical Diversion and the DEA,” a lecture and Q&A session with U.S. Drug Enforcement Special Agent Phil Streiker, on Tuesday, February 9, from 8 – 9:30 a.m., in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Academic Center.
  • Wednesday, January 27, 2016, Grant Writing Workshop: Finding Grant Funding. This workshop will be teleconferenced. Please contact Diana Vallandingham at VallandinghamD@rowan.edu for more information.
  • Thursday, February 11, 2016, 2:00-3:00pm, Grant Writing Workshop: Introduction to Grant Budgeting & Creating Complex Budgetsg. This workshop will be teleconferenced. Please contact Diana Vallandingham at VallandinghamD@rowan.edu for more information.
  • Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 10:30-11:30am, Grant Writing Workshop: Writing Winning Grants and Evaluating Capacities for Outcomes. This workshop will be teleconferenced. Please contact Diana Vallandingham at VallandinghamD@rowan.edu for more information.
  • Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 1:00-2:00pm, Grant Writing Workshop: Stewardship/Say Yes to the Press. This workshop will be teleconferenced. Please contact Diana Vallandingham at VallandinghamD@rowan.edu for more information.
  • Monday, April 11, 2016, 2:00-3:00pm, Grant Writing Workshop: Post-Award & Effort Reporting. This workshop will be teleconferenced. Please contact Diana Vallandingham at VallandinghamD@rowan.edu for more information.
  • Wednesday - Saturday, April 13-16, NJAOPS Atlantic Regional Osteopathic Convention, Bally's and Caesars, Atlantic City, NJ. Visit www.njosteo.com/ to register.
  • Friday, June 3, 2016, Stephen S. Davis, PhD, USAF Maj Ret
    Director of Faculty Development
    and Assistant Professor of FM at
    Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) to present at RowanSOM.

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