Welcome to the University of Louisville School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs website. We are committed to supporting the academic careers of all our faculty members. To that end, we hope this website will help you and the administrative professionals who support you find the information you need to navigate our systems and to identify resources to support your personal faculty development. Our staff is available to serve you and we welcome your questions. It is our privilege to participate in your life at University of Louisville School of Medicine and we look forward to supporting you throughout your tenure as a member of our faculty.
Dr. Ronald I. Paul and Dr. Gerard Rabalais have recently joined the Office of Faculty Affairs and Advancement.
Gerard Rabalais, M.D., became the Associate Dean of Faculty Development of the University of Louisville School of Medicine in October 2015. In his new capacity as Associate Dean of Faculty Development, he is charged with the creation and oversight of a new comprehensive program in faculty development that will help our faculty become better teachers.
Ronald I. Paul, M.D., became Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs and Advancement of the University School of Medicine in January, 2016. Dr. Paul’s responsibilities in the Office of Faculty Affairs includes managing all faculty personnel actions, conducting new faculty and chair orientation meetings, serving as a resource to the School of Medicine’s Promotion and Tenure Committee and the Performance Criteria and Economic Welfare Committee, and advising faculty, the dean and the dean’s staff.
The Faculty Affairs Committee Office and Vice Dean’s assistant contacts have changed, as well. Please see our Meet the Staff webpage for the most up-to-date contact information.
"Presenting yourself for success: Guidelines for preparing CVs, personal statements, and executive summaries"
DATE: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
TIME: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
LOCATION: Abell Administration Center, 323 E. Chestnut, room 110
A FREE buffet-style lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and the workshop will begin promptly at 12:00 p.m., noon. Come enjoy lunch while you learn how to appropriately format and expand upon your CVs, personal statements, and executive summaries to your advantage for various situations.
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