Junior Faculty Interest Group is a small group of junior faculty members with a
primary mission to address topics of specific interest to junior faculty in the
Department of Pediatrics.
We strive to promote discussion and facilitate
interaction among faculty members who may otherwise never work together.
group also serves as a support network to allow for research and clinical
collaborations and for representation of junior faculty interests at the
Department of Pediatrics Academic and Faculty Affairs meetings.
We strive to
provide quarterly seminars on topics of interest to junior faculty and to
organize a formal junior faculty retreat every other year.
PRiSM Perplexity: How to Use PRiSM to Your Advantage
December 4, 2019
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Mt. Princeton, CHCO Conference Center
Join the Instructor Interest Group, Junior Faculty Interest Group,
and PhDFIG for an educational event on tailoring PRiSM to specific
faculty careers. Instructors, senior instructors, APPs, assistant
professors, and PhD faculty are encouraged to attend.
of previous events sponsored by the Junior Faculty Interest Group include:
- Now What? How to Develop a Project after Receving a Grant
- June Social at Cedar Creek Pub
- Wellness Event
to Navigate COMIRB Seminar
Faculty Career Promotion Retreat
Retirement Benefits Q&A Session
in the Department of Pediatrics Seminar
Cream Social at CHCO
Faculty Retreat at the Denver Zoo
to Network Panel Discussion
Hour at the Hyatt Regency Aurora
On Aug. 20, 2018, the Junior Faculty Interest Group sponsored a personal finance event, which provided information on budgeting, retirement planning and wills. This event was recorded, and current faculty members can view the video at https://youtu.be/Oln7bdOS8zk
Come together, learn together faculty development sessions. A commitment to join cohort and attend all sessions requested. Certificate of completion provided upon completion of all four.
Career Development/Leadership Co-Mentor Program
Provides instruction to faculty members who have mentored others for years, but have not had formal training. Evidence-based strategies will teach mentor/mentee pairs the skills they need to get the most out of their mentoring relationships.
Clinical Faculty Scholars Program
To help emerging investigators obtain a career development award (K08, K23 or foundation equivalent), or a first independent, extramural project award (R21, R01 or equivalent) through guided project development, educational seminars, grant writing classes, and mentorship participants.
Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Training
Regulatory Training and Education - Federal requirements for education in the protection of human research participants are met according to COMIRB policy for all affiliated/local principal investigators, co-investigators, and research coordinators listed on human research protocols by successfully completing the CITI course in human subject protections AND the Conflict of Interest (COI) prior to submitting a protocol.
CU Women Succeeding: Professional Development Symposium
The CU Women Succeeding: Professional Development Symposium is an annual event in the CU system organized by the Faculty Council Women’s Committee. It is a day of recognition, information, networking, career development, support and more.
Department of Pediatrics Faculty Handbook
Information and services available for faculty. (.pdf)
Excellence in Leadership Program
The Excellence in Leadership Program helps current leaders become more effective at managing key challenges of a dynamic CU system.
Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (associate/full professors, women only)
The Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM) program offers an intensive one-year fellowship of leadership training with extensive coaching, networking and mentoring opportunities aimed at expanding the national pool of qualified women candidates for leadership in academic medicine, dentistry and public health.
Faculty Development Events
Courses on Improving Teaching, Communicating, Mentoring, and Advising
K to R Transition (KTR) Program
A pre-submission mock grant review process for faculty who are submitting their first R-level application to the NIH. This CCTSI program provides the opportunity for anyone to submit their R-type grant proposals for internal review prior to submission to the funding agency.
Leadership for Innovative Team Science (LITeS) is offered annually to a cohort of 20-30 University of Colorado senior and emerging leaders. Structured as a year-long experience, individuals attend a quarterly series of 2-day workshops focused on building leadership skills.
National Opportunities for Leadership Development
A listing of National Leadership Development Programs available. (.pdf)
Pre K Program
Assists junior faculty and their mentors in the writing of successful career development awards by providing a local pre-review of K applications (and their equivalents).
A discount program available to faculty for activities and services in downtown Denver.
Women in Medicine and Science
The Women in Medicine and Science Committee was formed to identify the major issues and to provide leadership for these issues. The committee has representatives from the School of Medicine, University Hospital, Denver Health Medical Center and Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Women’s Leadership Program
A two-day session followed by two or three half-day sessions over one year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.