University-wide programs for faculty at all levels.
CIRTL is an NSF-funded consortium of universities from across the country whose mission is to enhance excellence in undergraduate education through the development of a national faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse learners as part of successful and varied professional careers, particularly in the STEM disciplines.
Developing From Within
Developing From Within: Exploring and Enhancing Choices for Mid-Career Women Faculty is a collaborative effort between the URMC Office for Inclusion and Culture Development and the UR Susan B. Anthony Center for Leadership to provide selected women faculty at the rank of Associate Professor, with a six-month experience that provides a breadth of exposure to speakers and workshops targeting the needs of women at mid-career. For more information please contact Linda Chaudron.
The overall goal of this UR Future Faculty Initiative is to provide doctoral students and post-docs interested in a faculty career with valuable information and insights about aspects of a faculty role that are not part of the traditional curriculum, including such issues as teaching, mentoring, students, and diversity.Please contact Adele Coelho, Faculty Outreach Coordinator for more information
The New Academic Leaders program is a year-long series focused on deepening leadership capacity for newly appointed department chairs, division chiefs, and directors. Please contact Adele Coelho, Faculty Outreach Coordinator for more information
The Phelps Colloquium series brings faculty and academic leaders from across the University to learn about interesting research and interact with colleagues outside their normal spheres. Please contact Adele Coelho, Faculty Outreach Coordinator for more information
UR Mentors is a course that utilizes case material from the Rochester CTSI mentor development course, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and others as appropriate. Our overarching goal is to build a community of dedicated, expert faculty Master Mentors who are maximally effective at enhancing the careers of their protégés. To learn more about this program please contact Vivian Lewis, Vice Provost for Faculty Development & Diversity
The UR Year One program offers workshops, seminars, and social events designed to reinforce the support new faculty receive from their academic departments. Please contact Adele Coelho, Faculty Outreach Coordinator for more information
School-Based Faculty Development Programming
Arts, Sciences, & Engieering
School of Medicine & Dentistry
- Faculty Development Workshop Series
- Faculty Diversity Seminar Series
- Academic Core Curriculum for Junior Faculty (Bootcamp)
- Leadership Development Series for Emerging Leaders
- Senior Leadership Education and Development
- Annual Health Professions’ Faculty Development Colloquium
- Dean’s Teaching Fellowship
- Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association
School of Nursing
- Qualitative Research Work group: Since 2006, the SON Qualitative Research Work group meets to support and advise each other in the process of doing qualitative research. For each meeting, one or two participants agree in advance to present part of their work and seek input. For those other than presenters, attendance is on a drop-in basis and no RSVP is needed. This is not a course or workshop, and is not for beginners seeking to learn about qualitative research. Rather, it is for those actively doing qualitative research already. If you would like to be added to the mailing list or ask questions about this group, please contact Maggie Kearney.
- Grant Writing Workshops
- Informal Writing Groups/Retreats