Each year the Office of Faculty Affairs coordinates several workshops for Health Sciences faculty that cover a wide range of topics including faculty orientation, retirement, promotions, compensation, and space allocation.
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For all recently appointed professors in Health Sciences. This session is held once in the fall and provides a brief overview of compensation and benefits, academic tracks, file promotion preparation, academic leave policy, and faculty development opportunities. Additional information and resources for new faculty are available on the
Academic Affairs and
Academic Resource Center websites.
New Faculty Orientation _ 10062016.pdf
For all associate professors in Health Sciences. This session is held once a year in the fall. This session provides a brief overview of academic advancement to full professor. It also includes an extensive Question and Answer session with a panel made up of former CAP and SOMCAP faculty members, Senior Administration, Academic Resource Center Senior Analyst, and an Academic Affairs Senior Analyst.
2016 GP Mid - Career _ 10252016.pdf
For all assistant professors in Health Sciences, held once a year in the spring. This session provides a brief overview of criteria for academic advancement to associate professor. It also includes a Question and Answer format with a panel made up of former CAP and SOMCAP faculty members, Senior Administration, Academic Resource Center Senior Analyst, and an Academic Affairs Senior Analyst.
2017 GP Jr Faculty _ 01.17.2017
A new workshop for all Health Sciences faculty. This session provides an overview of hiring new staff, coordinating their appointment with Human Resources, as well as, hiring without bias training.
Topics include: Workforce Trends, Employee Engagement, HR Do's & Dont's, Unconscious Bias, Behavior Intervewing, and Interview Notes.
First session confirmed for February 22, 2017.
HHR Faculty Affairs 2_22_2017_Website.pdf
For all Health Sciences faculty. This session provides an overview of components of faculty salary, review of "covered compensation" and relationship to retirement income, clinical compensation and introduction to the Office of Compliance.
The ABCs of XYZ - FINAL.pdf
Clinical Compensation 2017.pdf
SS_Compliance NCLAM Presentation - Final.pdf
For all Health Sciences faculty. This session provides an overview of UC benefits available to faculty including health and welfare, leaves support services, education, and local discounts.
For all Health Sciences faculty. Provides a brief overview of retirement benefits, compensation, pension, and a review of personal retirement saving options.
RASC Presentation _ Feb 2016.pdf
Workshop facilitated by a Fidelity expert.
First session is confirmed for April 18, 2017. PROGRAM
5:00PM ~ Getting on the Right Path with Your UC Retirement System
5:45PM ~ Make the Most of Social Security
For Health Sciences faculty in an official leadership or supervisory position at UC San Diego. This session is offered by experts in the field of Disruptive Behavior and provides an overview of the root causes of disruptive behavior, early diagnosis, creating a culture of cooperation, behavioral intervention, monitoring and documenting behavior objectively, and clarifying expected behavior and outcomes.
For all Health Sciences faculty. Provides an overview of Health Sciences process for space assignments, discussion of relationship of grant funding to space, review the role of the Space Advisory Committee. Also includes an extensive Question and Answer session with a panel including the chair of the Space Advisory Committee and senior committee member, Space Management Senior Analyst, and an SOM department space committee member.
Space Allocation Presentation 1 26 16.pdf
April 6, 2017Time: 5:00 – 6:30PMLocation: Leichtag Research Building, Room 107RSVP
April 18, 2017Time: 5:00 – 6:30PMLocation: Leichtag Research Building, Room 107RSVP
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