All are invited to the SMPH and UW Health In Community MLK Event on Friday, Jan. 14, which will consist of a virtual screening and conversation of Alejandro Miranda Cruz’s film “Trace the Line.” This event is co-hosted by SMPH and UW Health. There are two options for viewing: Choose to attend the virtual group screening on January 14 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., or to receive a link to the film for viewing on your own between Jan. 7-17. Everyone is then invited to a virtual conversation with the filmmaker from 12:30-1 p.m., which will begin after the optional group screening and can be joined by individuals who watched the film on their own. Learn more and register at go.wisc.edu/mlkevent
The Art and Foundations of IPE Facilitation – An IPE Professional Development Day on January 12, 2022 (Virtual)
The UW Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (UW CIPE) is excited to announce the offering of another IPE Professional Development (PD) Opportunity for faculty, staff, and graduate students.
In collaboration with its internal and external partners, the UW CIPE will offer a virtual interactive IPE PD opportunity on January 12, 2022, from 12:30-4:00pm to UW-Madison (and its partners) faculty, staff, facilitators, preceptors, graduate students, and practitioners who are interested in learning and advancing their knowledge and skills in interprofessional practice and education (IPE) teaching and facilitation.
Core Topics To Be Covered:
- Why and What IPE
- How to Plan an IPE Offering
- IPE Facilitation (vs profession-specific facilitation)
- Online IPE Facilitation
Save the Date - KNN Mobilizing Character
Developed in collaboration with Medical College of Wisconsin and Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin
- Module 1: 2/15 4:30-6:30 pm
- Module 2: 3/22 5:15-6:45
- Module 3: 4/25 5:00-6:30
- Module 4: 5/23 5:00-6:30
- Module 5: 6/27 5:00-6:30
- Module 6: 9/19 5:00-7:00
- Develop the skill of mobilizing rather than “teaching” character in learners
- Develop and implement a process for creating a community of practice to further specific educational goals
- Determine effective methods for enhancing the influence of the positive deviants to change local culture toward the targeted principles
- Explore the application of this process to other clinically relevant goals
New UW Center for Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring (CTLM)
Bringing together more than 50 professional staff members with extensive and wide-ranging expertise, the center will serve instructors at all career stages by offering campus-level professional development, course design and instructional consulting programs and services. Diversity, equity and inclusion will be at the core of this work. The center aims to support all instructors as we work together to provide equitable learning experiences in the pursuit of inclusive excellence, and to foster a sense of belonging for all students.
How to Connect with the Center
The center will continue to offer some familiar professional development programs -- for example, Madison Teaching and Learning Excellence (MTLE) and TeachOnline@UW -- as well as some new opportunities to support instructors’ work now and into the future:
- Fall Course Preparation Sessions -- starting Aug. 31, these sessions offer instructors the opportunity to drop in and meet with CTLM staff members individually via Zoom to work through questions about a particular course for fall.
- Course Success Series -- starting Sept. 1, these one-hour workshops focus on particular teaching topics and related strategies: Creating and maintaining community in the classroom; fostering student interaction; supporting student well-being; creating course assessments (exams, essay assignments, etc.), to name a few.
- Teaching and Learning Forums -- starting Sept. 8, these weekly, one-hour forums provide instructors space to meet and talk with one another about what they're seeing and doing in their courses.
If you’re not sure which of the above opportunities is right for you or you’re looking for a different kind of engagement or instructional support, you can request a consultation.
AMA Adopts Guidelines Confronting Systemic Racism in Medicine
New SMPH Faculty CV Template (all tracks)
Click here to view the new templates.
What you need to know:
- Tenure track faculty who are going up for promotion from assistant to associate professor before the Biological Science Committee must use this format immediately.
- Through the 2024 promotions cycle it is not required that CHS, CT track faculty use the new template unless they wish to do so. Starting May 1, 2024 all CV’s must be submitted to the promotion committees using this format.
- New faculty members are strongly encouraged to use this CV template immediately for recording of their academic, teaching, service and outreach activities at SMPH.
This template can also be found on the OFAD Preparing for Promotion page (scroll down to the Faculty Promotion Toolkit icon), or the Faculty HR Policies and Resources page. Instructions are included in the first page and the template follows.
Please contact the SMPH Faculty Promotion Team firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the template.
Pathways to Promotion 101 for CHS/CT track faculty
Monday, March 7, 2022, 1:00-5:00pm (Virtual; in-person option is TBD at this time)
This interactive course is tailored to CHS and CT track faculty who would like an introduction to promotion processes or have never attended a Pathways to Promotion seminar. We advise taking this course in your first two or three years at SMPH. Mentors are welcome to attend.
This course includes:
- Introductory information regarding the CHS and CT tracks
- Guidance on mapping your career trajectory
- Identifying a purpose and major goals for your career
- Guidance on how to jump start the process of organizing and collecting your accomplishments
Contact email@example.com for questions.
Pathways to Promotion for Tenure track faculty
Register Here. Tuesday, February 8, 2022, 4:30-6:30pm
This workshop will offer an in-depth examination of the UW Madison promotion and tenure process from the perspective of central campus and SMPH. This course will cover:
- Building a tenure portfolio
- Learning to get the most from your mentors
- First-hand accounts from recently tenured faculty about preparing for tenure
- Guidance from divisional committee leadership about how the divisional committee operates and what the committee looks for in successful tenure cases.
Pathways to Promotion workshops may be attended multiple times. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Become an Academy Member
Why become an Academy member? Click here to discover benefits of membership.
For faculty with less than 3 years teaching experience in the UW System, learn more about the Clinical Affiliate program, here.
For faculty with more than 3 years teaching experience and are ready to become fellows, learn more about the Teaching Academy Fellowship program, here.
Explore the Developing Educators hub for more information regarding:
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
- Self-Directed Learning
- Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising
- Feedback & Evaluations
- Challenging Learners
- Online Learning Tool
Ebling Health Sciences Library has announced a new page dedicated to providing diversity, equity, and inclusion resources for the health sciences.
Explore the new resources here.
Click here to view upcoming events, up-to-date resources, and more!