Programs

  • Ed Tech Tuesdays
  • Education Grand Rounds
  • Educators for Excellence
  • Faculty Leadership Program

Special Topics

The Office of Academic Affairs and Faculty Development also sponsors or co-sponsors faculty development opportunities on emerging issues and innovations. Resources from the following program offerings are available in our archive.

Ed Tech Tuesdays

A pilot program of the Department of Academic Technology through the Office of Academic Affairs & Faculty Development to be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month.  This program is designed to introduce OUHSC faculty and staff to tools for effective teaching and learning using technology available to the campuses.
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Education Grand Rounds

A monthly series of interactive faculty development sessions for all OUHSC faculty, staff, fellows and graduate students interested in teaching and strategies to enhance student mastery.
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Educators for Excellence

A dialogue and discovery project of the Office of Academic Affairs and Faculty Development engaging health professions and biomedical sciences faculty in continuing professional development focused on sustaining and enhancing excellence.
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Faculty Leadership Program

An 11-month series of integrated seminars introducing early career faculty to knowledge, skill building, and leadership information for teaching, scholarship and service roles within the academic health center

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Women in Science Dentistry Medicine & Health

Women in Science, Dentistry, Medicine & Health (WiSDMH) is an OUHSC group open to anyone interested in working to recognize the contributions and expertise of women in the health professions and sciences academic community. WiSDMH acknowledges the unique differences women face in the workforce, and works to assess, develop and make available appropriate accommodations to help equalize opportunities for women in academic careers.
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