Faculty Development: Educators

educatorFeatured Program

Education Grand Rounds
First Wednesday of the month, noon-1 p.m., OHSU Hospital 8B60. Recordings of previous presentations are listed on the same page, archived by year.
 

Getting started

  • Education Grand Rounds
    • Description: Grand rounds focuses on a wide array of education-related topics. Join the live session or view archived presentations. 

      Time: Occurs the first Wednesday of the month, with a hiatus in the summer months.

      Cost: No cost, no registration required

  • Teaching and Learning Center
    • Description: The Teaching and Learning Center, part of the Provost Office's Office of Educational Improvement and Innovation, partners with faculty, students and colleagues to create meaningful, innovative and evidence-based learning experiences across OHSU. They are available for on-demand training and consultations for individuals and groups on topics such as curriculum mapping, program and course evaluation, writing learning objectives, active learning strategies, Sakai course support, Audience Response System and much more.  

      Time: The TLC staff hosts a number of sessions ranging in length from 15 to 60 minutes. 

      Cost: No cost, no registration required

  • Symposium on Educational Excellence
  • Developing mentoring skills

Going deeper

  • Education Grand Rounds
    • Description: Education Grand Rounds covers an array of topics for even the most seasoned educators. When you are ready to showcase some of your education expertise, Education Grand Rounds can be an excellent venue to share that expertise with colleagues while earning some teaching and scholarship experience for your Educator's Portfolio. Contact the Educators' Collaborative for details.

      Time: Occurs the first Wednesday of the month, with a hiatus in the summer months.

      Cost: No cost

  • Join the Educators' Collaborative

Reaching mastery Promotion and tenure

Promotion and tenure can seem like a daunting process. Below are resources from the School of Medicine's Promotion and Tenure committee to help guide you through the process.