Annual Workshop Series

This year we will be doing face-to-face, virtual, and a combination of both. Click on our calendar of events for details on each session. 

Teaching Series 

Target your faculty development to meet your needs. Teaching series are developed around critical teaching issues including learner-centered teaching, student engagement, inclusion, and diversity, teaching strategies, assessment, and course design. 

The Office of Faculty Development currently offers the following series:

  • Teaching Essentials 2022-2023
  • Clinical Teaching 2022-2023 
  • Advanced Clinical Teaching - This series will be back in 2023-2024!
  • Innovating Teaching - New workshops coming soon!

View our video library here.

Resident-As-Teacher Program

The Office of Faculty Development provides a teaching series of tools to help residents become great teachers, including the Bringing Education & Service Together (BEST) Curriculum, the Clinical Teaching Perception Inventory, and Resident Teaching websites.

Culture in Academic Medicine

The culture of an academic medical institution impacts trainee education, faculty, staff, and patient outcomes. A respectful environment facilitates learning, creates a sense of safety, and rewards professionalism. UCR SOM is committed to better understanding and improving climate concerns and to engaging faculty, staff, and students at all levels in creating safe and respectful culture. The series provides an opportunity to discuss interprofessional issues and generational and cultural divides and offers a perspective on this challenging and complex topic.

The Culture in Academic Medicine series is co-sponsored by The Office of Academic Affairs and The Office of Faculty Development. 

View the 2022-2023 playlist here. 

Mentorship Program 

Our faculty mentoring program provides support to our newest faculty to integrate into the SOM and UC culture, while addressing the challenges of work and life balance, establishing career goals, and fulfilling their duties in clinical practice, research, teaching, and service. 

The Mentorship Training Series is co-sponsored by The Office of Academic Affairs and The Office of Faculty Development.