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If you have questions about any faculty related policy please contact your Department Chair’s Office, your college Dean’s Office, or the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost. As an HSC faculty member policies particularly relevant to your faculty appointment, your role as a teacher and scholar/researcher, and your promotion and/or tenure can be found in the OUHSC Faculty Handbook Section 3.

For questions related to faculty career development, aligning goals, preparing the advancement CV and narrative, faculty leadership, or to request specific faculty development offerings please contact Dr. Valerie Williams, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Faculty Development, at 405-271-5557.  Information about upcoming faculty development offerings can be found here.

OUHSC's Resources for Faculty include:

Internal Resources

Academic Career Planning

The following briefs offer suggestions to help prepare faculty, mentors, and department chiefs, chairs, and supervisors for important feedforward and feedback meetings about academic career expectations and progress. (SSO login required to view)
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Award Dossier Tips

Here you can find tips and advice pertaining to the University of Oklahoma Awards for Excellence and your award dossier. (SSO login required to view)
Click here to learn more

External Resources

External Resources

Here you can find a list of external resources that range from seminars to educational resources. 
Click here to view our external offerings

OUHSC Faculty Activity System

FAS provides an easier, more efficient way for faculty members and college leaders to capture and store important information for academic advancement and recognition, and to manage large reporting processes. Click here to learn more or find a training opportunity.  Click here to login to OUHSC FAS. 

Teaching Resources

Teaching Resources

We have consolidated a number of resources on teaching and learning that we feel may be useful to faculty as they get started in their teaching mission.
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