Mid-Career Faculty Leadership Program
The Mid-Career Faculty Leadership Program (MFL) is a longitudinal, mid-career faculty development program for late Assistant and all Associate professors at BUSM and BUSPH.
BU School of Medicine and School of Public Health faculty who have been Assistant Professors for 7+ years and all Associate Professors are eligible to apply. Applications are being accepted from July 1 – October 5, 2015.
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Through experiential and project-based learning, MFL participants engage in:
- Self-reflection and evaluation
- Broad peer and senior mentoring networks
- Development of strategic leadership skills
- Inter-disciplinary collaboration through experiential and project-based learning
- Enhancement of transformational education, clinical and research skills
The MFL will meet from January to December 2016. Participants commit to preparation for and active participation in:
- 6 two-day modules
- Monthly learning community meetings
To enable to participants to fully engage, all FPF faculty are given 5% protected time during the program.
To learn more about the program, please contact Robina Bhasin, Director of Faculty Development and Diversity in the Department of Medicine or Emelia Benjamin, Vice-Chair of Faculty Development and Diversity in the Department of Medicine.
For all updated information, please see the Faculty Practice Foundation website.
To read more about MFL and its development, please see:
- Mid-Career Faculty Development Program Proposal, written by the BUMC Mid-Career Faculty Development Task Force