New Faculty Orientation
Faculty and Academic Affairs

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USF Health Online Orientation

College New Faculty Orientation

USF New Faculty Orientation

 

 

 

USF Health Online Orientation

For your information and at your convenience, USF Health now provides the New Faculty Orientation online. Faculty Affairs invites you to view the podcasts below and to visit the USF HEALS website to receive additional information.

View>>The Future is Now
What is USF Health? Dr. John Curran, Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs, explains the ideas that formed USF Health, current innovations, and the future of USF Health.

View>>Conflict of Interest
Conflict of interest has become a hot topic in the academic community. Dr. Curran delineates the requirements for reporting conflicts of interest or commitments at USF Health.

 
Links mentioned in Podcast
  • Standards of Conduct for State Employees
  • USF Regulation on Faculty Ethical Oblications and Conflict of Interest/Outside Employment
  • USF Health Guidelines
  • Proposal Review and Certification Form (Web Based Version)
  • Conflict Program Website
  • ROAD
  • View>>Ten Things Everyone Should Know for Academic Advancement
    Every faculty member hopes to succeed at USF Health, but as a new faculty member you may not understand the culture yet. Dr. Curran gives you insights from his 37 years at USF to assist you in your career advancement. Dr. Curran also answers frequently asked questions at the end of this podcast. 

     
    Links mentioned in Podcast
  • MentorMatch
  • Suggestions for Your Curriculum Vitae
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Faculty Assistance Program (COM only)
  • USF Center for 21st Century Teaching Excellence (as of 2010 has been reorganized by USF into the two organizations below)
    • E-Teaching and Technology Group (For the development and support of online and blended courses)
    • ATLE (For general teaching issues, such as classroom observations, students' critical thinking skills, and interdisciplinary teaching)
  • USF Guidelines for Tenure and Promotion (CON & COPH only)
  • COM APT Guidelines (COM only)

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    College or Department New Faculty Orientation

    Your college or department may hold an orientation for new faculty in your area. If so, you will receive information from your college or department pertaining to this.

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    USF New Faculty Orientation

    Once a year in early fall, USF holds a university-wide New Faculty Orientation that covers USF information and resources, particularly that pertaining to the collective bargaining agreement. You will receive information from, or, for more information, you may contact the Office of Academic Affairs, Provost's Office.

    Note: Morsani College of Medicine Faculty are not participants in the collective bargaining agreement.

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