2019 – 2020 Monthly Lunch and Learn Series

Time: Noon to 1pm

When: 3rd Tuesday of every month

Venue: Dungan Cath Lab Conference Room, 2th floor, main hospital

Lunch will be Provided!!!

  Topic Speakers
August 20, 2019 UAMS’ SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity Initiative) Mildred Randolph, D.V.M.
Sept 17, 2019 Medical Entrepreneurship Nancy M. Gray, Ph.D., BioVentures
Oct 15, 2019 New Faculty Orientation Joan Cranmer, Ph.D.,Director: Mentoring, Promotion and Tenure in DoP
Oct 22, 2019 Annual Professional Development Day Click here for more information
Nov 19, 2019 The Pediatrics Faculty Mentoring Program: How it works for successful promotion Joan Cranmer, Ph.D.,Director: Mentoring, Promotion and Tenure in DoP
Dec 17, 2019 Implementation Science Geoff Curran, PhDDirector, Center for Implementation Research

Professor, Departments of Pharmacy Practice and Psychiatry

Jan 21, 2020

 

How to prepare for Promotion & Tenure Joan Cranmer, Ph.D.

Director: Mentoring, Promotion and Tenure in the DoP

Feb 18, 2020 Clinical Literature Resources to Enhance your Scholarly Activities Lindsay Blake, MLIS, AHIP Clinical Services Librarian
March 17, 2020 Pending Pending
April 21, 2020 Preparing for the DoP mentoring committees: What you need to know and what you need to do Beatrice Boateng, Ph.D., Faculty Affairs
May 19, 2020 Pending Pending

 

The department of pediatrics’ faculty development program strives to develop a culture that promotes faculty growth and skills in the following areas: (1) educational/teaching skills, (2) leadership skills, (3) skills necessary to engage in scholarly activities and (4) personal development (Wellness and vitality). The DoP Lunch & Learn series provides faculty the opportunity to meet and network with their colleagues across campus and learn about resources to support and enhance teaching and creative activities while enjoying lunch. Lunch will be provided at these informal sessions where facilitated discussions encourage open conversation amongst all participants.


“Faculty development has a critical role to play in promoting academic excellence and innovation.”  

(Wilkerson and Irby, Academic Medicine, 73(4), 1998).