The USF Health (MCOM) Center for Resources, Engagement, Advancement, Coaching and Health (REACH) provides opportunities for faculty success through the office of faculty development. The multi-faceted approach is designed to promote and foster each faculty’s career development.
REACH: Building Blocks for Success at USF Health
Cathy Lynch, MD
Associate Vice President, Women's Health
Associate Dean, Faculty Development
Resources: Teaching skills workshops, Grant writing workshops, Research workshops, Improving public speaking skills, CV templates, technical writing support and biostatistician support.
Engagement: Building networks and synergies that will facilitate faculty development and success in work and at home
Advancement: Advancement of women and underrepresented minorities through faculty development programs, networking, workshops and external opportunities
Career: Career Coaching for faculty support and mentoring. Health:
Healthy work environment - support in human resources and also links to local activities, faculty running, biking, swimming, golfing groups etc