Funding Available for OHSU Faculty
Faculty Leadership and Professional Development Grants
For a busy faculty member, it can be difficult to chart your own leadership development. With this in mind, the SOM Clinician Engagement Committee and the Provost Office have created a larger-scale and more systematic process for faculty leadership training at OHSU. The goal of these grants is to sustain and improve faculty engagement in continuous learning and development opportunities. The grants will support participation in leadership and professional development locally, regionally and nationally.
Exemplar programs, courses, seminars, and other opportunities are listed on the Leadership Development Asset Map and the Clinician Engagement Leadership Training Opportunities Grid.
Please note that invited speakers will not be funded.
- Grant Opens – November 1, 2019
- Grant Closes – 11:59pm Sunday, December 15, 2019
- Awardee announcement – week of January 27, 2020
Proposals will be reviewed on the applicant's personal plan for professional development, the applicant's actual or potential impact on mentoring and leadership of faculty at OHSU, and the applicant’s potential to advance core competencies of OHSU leaders (for example: seeking solutions, collaborating, using emotional intelligence, inclusion, teamwork, caring for the wellbeing of your team, and putting people first).
Maximum of one $5000 grant per candidate each academic year.
Candidates may apply, or be referred, for grants to help fund courses for their development pathway.
For ideas on courses, seminars, workshops, and other opportunities that may be grant eligible, you can refer to the Provost's Leadership Development Asset Map and/or the Clinician Engagement Leadership Training Opportunities Grid.
The Clinician Engagement Committee
The Clinician Engagement Committee is led by Nate Selden, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of neurological surgery, OHSU School of Medicine, and Cort Garrison, M.D., M.B.A., chief health information officer, OHSU Healthcare.
Additional Clinical Engagement Committee Members include:
- Signe Bishop, M.A.
- Mike Bonazzola, M.D., F.A.C.P.
- Nels Carlson, M.D.
- Jennifer DeVoe, M.D.
- Derick Du Vivier, M.D., M.B.A.
- Joni Elsenpeter
- Leslie Kahl, M.D.
- Steve Kinder, M.P.A.
- Niki Steckler, Ph.D.
- Constance Tucker, Ph.D., M.A.
- Jessica Walter, M.A.
- Atif Zaman, M.D., M.P.H.
The committee selects grantees in this program. The leadership grants are one of two initiatives aimed at increasing clinician engagement and well-being, with the potential to benefit clinicians and care teams across the institution.
The Provost Grant Committee
The Office of the Provost grant committee is led by Dr. Elena Andresen, Ph.D., Provost and Executive Vice President and Dr. David W. Robinson, Ph.D., Executive Vice Provost.
SoM - Faculty and Professional Development Resources
Previous Grant Awardees
For more information on Faculty Development Grants, please email the Office of Educational Improvement and Innovation.