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Registration is required for all events. To register for the workshop email Deborah Fernandez at faced@bcm.edu.

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Mark Your Calendars - Applications Open in Mid-February

AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar

The seminar's curriculum will provide a foundation for modeling leadership behavior and will focus on critical skills and strategies to assist you as you prepare for professional advancement or promotion. Due to the content focus, applicant's CV's must include or highlight activities demonstrating progress towards academic promotion and engagement in leadership roles.

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July 16-19, 2024All DayRancho Bernando Inn, San Diego, CA

Pathways to Promotion - Assistant Professors

Is your academic career progression on track?

Do you have questions about the faculty promotions process at Baylor at the Assistant Professor level?

Plan to attend this workshop, which provides an overview of Baylor's promotion guidelines and a workbook tool to enable you to assess your individual progress. Please bring your BCM CV for reference.

Email faced@bcm.edu to register

 

Wednesday, Feb. 283:30-5 p.m.Zoom

Scientific Communication Advances Research Excellence (SCOARE) program

This workshop delivers practical mentoring strategies faculty can apply in developing best practices and strategies for helping develop their students' and trainees' scientific writing and speaking capacity, exploring the connection between scientific communication proficiency and research career persistence.

Registration

Two Day Workshop:

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Thursday, March 7, 2024

9 a.m.-NoonMain Baylor, Alkek Building, Room N104

Pathways to Promotion - Associate Professors

Is your academic career progression on track?

Do you have questions about the faculty promotions process at Baylor at the Associate Professor level?

Plan to attend this workshop, which provides an overview of Baylor's promotion guidelines and a workbook tool to enable you to assess your individual progress. Please bring your BCM CV for reference.

Email faced@bcm.edu to register

Thursday, March 143:30-5 p.m.Zoom

Research Mentoring Foundations

Want to become better in the most impactful practice for personal success? This two-part mentor training session is evidence-based and will support the development of competencies in more effective communications; alignment of expectations in research mentoring relationships; supporting your mentee's development towards independence; and addressing personal and systems-level behaviors that create a more equitable and inclusive environment. This training qualifies as evidence-based mentor training for the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation interests. Led by BCM faculty facilitators.

Session 1: Maintaining Effective Communication and Aligning Expectations

Session 2: Fostering Independence and Reflecting on Diversity & Establishing a Practice of Inclusion

Registration

Session 1: Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Session 2: Wednesday, March 27, 2024

9-11:30 a.m.

Virtual/Live

Main Baylor, Alkek Building, Room N104

Coaching in Career Conversations

Taking a coaching approach to a career conversation can significantly enhance the outcomes for both the mentor and mentee by being collaborative and encouraging self-discovery, goal setting, and action planning by the mentee. In this session, participants will explore the GROW model for coaching for incorporating a coaching approach into career conversations.

Registration Link

Tuesday, April 2, 2024Noon-1 p.m.Virtual/Live (TBD)

TEACH-S Educational Symposium

The Texas Educator's Academies Collaborative for Health Professions - Southeast will holds its Annual Educational Symposium on Friday, May 3, 2024. This event will provide a forum for showcasing scholarly innovations of the regional community of educators. It is a one-day event with keynote sessions, workshops, small group discussions, and oral & poster presentations.

Theme: Adapting Teaching and Learning in the Digital Era

More information

Friday, May 3, 20248 a.m. to 4 p.m.University of Texas Medical Branch - Health Education Center

Research Mentoring Foundations

Want to become better in the most impactful practice for personal success? This two-part mentor training session is evidence-based and will support the development of competencies in more effective communications; alignment of expectations in research mentoring relationships; supporting your mentee's development towards independence; and addressing personal and systems-level behaviors that create a more equitable and inclusive environment. This training qualifies as evidence-based mentor training for the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation interests. Led by BCM faculty facilitators.

Session 1: Maintaining Effective Communication and Aligning Expectations

Session 2: Fostering Independence and Reflecting on Diversity & Establishing a Practice of Inclusion

Registration

Session 1: Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Session 2: Tuesday, July 23, 2024

2-4:30 p.m.In-person (NRI) Room TBD