New Faculty Orientation

The New Faculty Orientation (NFO) workshop on Preparing for Your Academic Career is your invitation to academic career orientation for new faculty members at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. During this session we get you started with  HSC community connections — people, information and resources you can engage to shape these important next steps along your academic career path. You will get started on your own career development plan for follow-up with your department leader.


Purpose:This orientation helps you start sorting your goals, activities and priorities for success as a faculty member at Oklahoma’s flagship academic health sciences and medical center. Meet OUHSC senior leaders and other new faculty colleagues from the seven Health Sciences Center colleges and leadership team. Find out what you need to know about academic career pathways, promotion and tenure expectations, and laying the groundwork for both immediate and longer-term success as a teacher, scholar and leader.  Learn about resources to support you in your work.

Upcoming Workshops

Nov2
New Faculty Orientation - Preparing for Your Academic Career
11/2/2016 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM - Location is Provided Upon Registration
Join us for the OUHSC New Faculty Orientation:  Preparing for Your Academic Career
OKC Campus Workshop

Date:  Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (lunch included)
Location:  Provided upon registration

Registration is Required!  To join us, please RSVP for the workshop & lunch using the following link:

Click here to Register


Program Description:

New Faculty Orientation provides useful information to start your academic life at the OU Health Sciences Center.  In an interactive session, we talk about:

  • Your career focus - a mission based plan
  • Avoiding the pitfalls
  • Staying connected through faculty development
  • Who's who:  Resources available to you
  • How to get started!

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Program Description

New Faculty Orientation provides useful information to start your academic life at the OU Health Sciences Center.  In an interactive session, we’ll talk about:
  • Your career focus – a mission-based plan
  • Avoiding the pitfalls
  • Staying connected through faculty development
  • Who’s who:  Resources available to you
  • How to get started!