The Foundations in Teaching Skills (FITS) Certificate Program targets junior educators (approximately 1-5 years out of training) as well as faculty who are newly incorporating teaching excellence into their careers.
The Learner Assessment for Program Leaders is a longitudinal faculty development course sponsored by the Academy of Educators.
The Methods in Education Scholarship program equips educators to plan and education research/scholarship project and write a full proposal that can be used to implement the project, apply to the IRB for approval to do research with human participants, and/or apply for an education grant.
The Program Director Bootcamp is a 12-month certificate designed to enhance skills, build community, learn new skills, create innovations and career and professional development.
The Small Grants Program is an application based program where grant funding is awarded for education research and scholarship projects. Projects must be focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning, rather than biomedical discovery or application.
The Teaching Scholars Program is a 12-month certificate program designed to enhance knowledge and skills, and develop future leaders in healthcare education with a focus on core components of educational scholarship and curriculum development.