Professional Development

Promotion and Tenure
Academy of Educators
The UNC-CH School of Medicine Academy of Educators was founded in October 2006 as a part of the School's strategic plan to enhance research and scholarship towards excellence in teaching.
Program in Leadership Development
Dr. Jeffrey Houpt is the Director of the Program in Leadership Development.
Association of Professional Women in Medicine (APWIMS)
"Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health” (BIRCWH)
This program supports research career development of junior faculty members, known as BIRCWH Scholars, who have recently completed clinical training or postdoctoral fellowships, and who are commencing (1) Basic Research; (2) Translational Research; (3) Clinical Research and/or (4) health services research relevant to women's health
KL2
The objective of the KL2 Program is to train and develop junior investigators who will become the next generation of successful translational researchers.
APT Presentations
"Preparing for Promotion at the UNC School of Medicine," presented by Dr. Paul Godley, December, 2013.
Simmons Scholars Program
The Simmons Scholar Program (SSP) has been built upon the abundant evidence that the research, clinical and educational enterprise of the School of Medicine will receive a direct and substantial benefit if there is broad diversity among its students and faculty. This Program was originally established in 1994 by then Dean Michael Simmons. In 2007, the mission of the Simmons Scholar Program was expanded to include the recruitment of a faculty member from any demographically underrepresented group that would meet the School of Medicine’s goal of a diverse workforce.
ACCLAIM (2012-13) Graduation Photos
2012-13 ACCLAIM Graduation Photos