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The Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development is set to launch its second year of a leadership development program that could significantly impact your career. The Leading Transformation in Academic Medicine (LTAM) program is aimed at equipping med-career leaders with the necessary competencies to thrive in today’s challenging and dynamic environment. This nine-month long program includes the following benefits:

  • A cohort of only eight participants to ensure individualized attention.
  • Bi-weekly, 3.5-hour sessions (the first and third Monday) from September 2024 until May 2025
  • Guest speakers, both local and national
  • Highly interactive, conversational approach utilizing case studies.
  • Robust team projects designed to create significant change for the School of Medicine
  • Sessions guided by expert facilitators.
  • An attendee professional development stipend of $5,000

To be considered for this opportunity, interested faculty members are encouraged to initiate a conversation with their department chair regarding nomination. Nomination forms should be submitted by the Chair to Carrie Jackman-Hoyle ( no later than April 15.