OUHSC Faculty Leadership Program
The 11-month OUHSC Faculty Leadership Program is one of the nation’s longest-standing and most comprehensive on-site, inter-professional faculty development programs offered at an academic health center. The primary goal is to expand the participant’s knowledge and competence in teaching, scholarship, research, and service, which must be met for academic career success based on their academic pathway.
Building Research Competencies for Community-Based Collaboration Between Oklahoma Tribes and OUHSC
The program builds upon the lessons learned from the Oklahoma Native American Research Center for Health (ONARCH) Faculty Development & Mentoring Program (FDMP). The ONARCH FDMP was established in 2007 as a collaboration between the Chickasaw Nation, the Cherokee Nation, and the Office of Faculty Development and Interdisciplinary Programs at OUHSC. This program seeks to improve the research skills in community-based collaborative projects, involving both tribal staff and OUHSC faculty, and to build an enduring partnership between the Indian Tribes and OUHSC.
The Oklahoma Center for Mentoring Excellence provides comprehensive mentor development workshops for faculty focused on clinical and translational research, faculty from associated IDeA programs, and any faculty from OUHSC.