Promotion and Tenure - CV Samples and Chairs' Letters for Promotion
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Examples of CVs for Promotion (Current Required Format)
Successful CVs for Promotion
(These CVs are in required format with sections that were not required at time of their
promotion so no information is available for those sections)
Examples of Chairs' Letters for Promotion
Example of a Portfolio and Appendices
Example of Citations
"Tips for CVs for Promotion"
Associate Professor Promotion Committee Information and Useful Links
New Faculty Orientation Fall 2013
Developing a Career as a Program Builder
How to Get Your Career Going as a Clinician Educator
Jumpstarting A Laboratory Research Career
Passionate About Patient Care: How to be Promoted as a Clinical Program Builder or Clinician with Distinction
Preparing Your CV for Promotion
The Electronic Educator's Portfolio
Promotions and Reappointment Process for Early Career Faculty: What You Need to Know-2008
Promotions and Reappointment Process for Mid-Career Faculty: What You Need to Know-2009
Trends in Medical Education: The Educator's Portfolio
Preparing Your CV for Promotion to Associate Professor (2010)
Writing a Successful career Development Application
Promotion at Hopkins: Principles and Process (SOM Faculty Only)
Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development
04.16.14, 4:30-6:00PM, Bayview Campus, Allergy and Asthma Auditorium
Speakers:Estelle Gauda, MD, Chair, SOM Associate Professor Promotions Committee, Professor of Pediatrics, Justin C. McArthur MBBS, MPH, FAAN, Chair of the Professorial Promotions Committee and Professor of Neurology, Pathology, Medicine, and Epidemiology Director, Department of Neurology.
Become informed about the promotions process at Johns Hopkins school of Medicine from the Chairs of the Full and Associate Professor Promotions Committees. In this session, you will learn how to structure your CV and prepare it in the format expected by departmental and SOM promotions committees.You will also learn about the typical content seen in CVs of those who are promoted to Associate and Full Professor and how the two committees process and evaluate your nomination for promotion. At the end of the session, you will be well informed about the promotions process at the SOM, the requirements for academic promotion, the� purpose of the dean’s letter, the H-index, the Nomination Manager, utility of the educator’s and program builder’s portfolio and what is NRIP.Following the presentations, there will be a Q/A session.
Co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Professional Development Office
03.28.14, 8:00- 12:30pm, ilghman Aud., MRB G01 and G03 breakout rooms
You know what a K award is. Maybe you attended the presentation in September. Now you’re serious about writing and are ready for the “advanced course.” Come to this three-part workshop consisting of: 1) A plenary for all K candidates, covering parts of the application and common problems; 2) Breakout groups specifically for K99/R00 and other types of Ks, featuring recent awardees and their experiences; followed by 3) Small group critiques of your own and your peers’ Specific Aims. This is a hands-on event for postdocs, fellows and early-career faculty in the Schools of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing.
Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Dean for Faculty. Dean of the Medical Faculty, Paul B. Rothman, M.D., and�Janice Clements, Ph.D., Vice Dean for Faculty, and Multiple Instructors will be presenting.
Paul B. Rothman, M.D., Dean of the Medical Faculty and CEO, Johns Hopkins Medicine, invited all the new and interested faculty to attend the 14th Annual New Faculty Welcome and Orientation on Tuesday October 1, 2013 from 8:30 am – 4:00pm in the Tilghman Auditorium.
In response to your suggestions, this year’s program featured practical, need-to-know information delivered by our leaders and experts in an engaging format that benefit both senior and new full - and part-time faculty members.
Valuable leadership tips on proven ways to move your research and innovation to the next level, and useful advice on how to win the promotion you deserve where addressed. Also talk through typical problem-based case studies so you’ll understand our policies on professionalism, compliance and integrity.Face time with key leaders on technology, diversity and inclusion, professional development and other topics were at the table talk session, faculty will have the opportunity to select the expert that they wished to chat with over lunch and dessert.
*As part of the orientation program, a photographer was at the next orientation to take portrait quality photos. Professional attire was requried for the photo. Gentlemen were required to wear coats and ties; white coast were ok for both men and women.The individual photos will be used throughout the institution for internal and external communications (e.g., announcements, directories, etc.). A copy of the final image was provided to each new faculty member.
To view the recording, go to: 10.01.13 Orientation
To view Resources for New JHUSOM Faculty, Go to: JHMIResources
Co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Professional Development Office
Held on 09.25.13, 1:00- 2:30pm, Zayed Tower, Chevy Chase Auditorium 2119A
To view a recording of this session, go to: Writing a Successful App.
These panelists are 3 career development reviewers and 2 K awardees. The reviewers provided insight into what they are looking for in career development applications and other nuances about the review criteria. Awardees� commened on what they learned about the process of writing the K application, the feedback they received, and if they had to resubmit, how they responded to their reviewers.
Dr. Gaelle Kolb (new assistant director of the Professional Development Office) will be providing a brief and general overview of the key K awards (K99, K08, K23s).
Dr. George Dover (JHU-CSA application review criteria/process)
Dr. Greg Diette (K23 review committee for NHLBI)
Dr. Marsha Wills-Karp (K reviewer for NIAID)
Dr. Cherie Marvel (K01 awardee)
Dr. Lee Peterlin (K23 awardee)
Passionate About Patient Care: How to be Promoted as a Clinical Program Builder or Clinician with Distinction (SOM Faculty only)
Offered by Office of Faculty Development (OFD) and The Associate Professor Promotion Committee (APPC)
on 04.02.13, @ Zayed Tower, 1st Floor Chevy Chase Auditorium - Room 2119A
and Simulcasted to Bayview in the Norman Library and All Childrens Hospital at Outpatient Care Center Room A(1340)
To View the Video recording of this session click:http://webcast.jhu.edu/Mediasite/Play/318320b1293547329fcdf123226ea8c11d
Speakers included: Roy Ziegelstein,MD, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Jon Ellen, MD, President of All Children's Hosptial, Estelle Gauda, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, and Chair of SOM Associate Professor Promotions Committee, and Drs. Paul Law and Lee Wachtel from Kennedy Krieger. Additional comments to be made by Drs. Julie Freischlag, Chair of Dept. of Surgery,David Hellman, Vice Dean of JHBMC, and Michael Weisfeldt, Chair of Department of Medicine.
We became physicians because we really enjoy taking care of patients. To faculty members who are passionate about their work with patients, it may not always be clear how their dedication, hard work, and innovative approaches to patient care can meet the criteria for academic promotion at Johns Hopkins.
The Associate Professor Promotion Committee (APPC) is collaborating with the Office of Faculty Development to provide a two-hour overview of how faculty such as these can be promoted. The Faculty Forum “Passionate about Patient Care” will highlight Hopkins faculty who used their passion for patient care to create new knowledge which they have disseminated in novel ways, thereby establishing them as national experts in their fields, and leading them to be promoted to the rank of Associate Professor as Clinicians with Distinction and Clinical Program Builders.
Clinicians of Distinction are those people who are valued for their outstanding patient care as evidenced by patient outcome measures, patient referrals and invitations to speak and teach about their innovative methods and techniques. For this group of faculty, it is not just enough to have patient referrals, but to be able to document scholarship based on data gathered through outstanding patient care. Strategies include:
· how to document national expertise related to the treatment of a particular disease,
· how to measure national clinical recognition (for example, through national associations that gather data and have links with the most recognized clinicians and centers around the country) or through
· funding and research awards for promoting better education of patients, funding fellows or awards for supporting the disease centers, etc., as well as,
· being able to document a national impact on clinical care, for example, leading or participating in discussions to change the standards of care or “being at the right table”. When clinical guidelines change in response to the work of a faculty member that has influenced care nationally, this is considered to be evidence of scholarship in the field, or
· building infrastructures within divisions and departments to support the busy clinician’s efforts to produce scholarship, (for example, assistance with IRB submission and renewal, statistical support, copy editors for papers, IT support, etc.)
Clinical Program Builders are those faculty who lead us in finding innovative ways to treat disease, with evidence of their excellence found in the number of institutions that copy or endorse their programs and strategies. Commonly, clinicians with distinction are also clinical program builders. Unique strategies and opportunities might include taking a leadership role in finding:
· better uses for technology, for example research opportunities that EPIC or other online databases might afford,
· new opportunities to develop clinical opportunities abroad
·collaborations and partnerships with new organizations or in new ways that improve patient care.
The forum will offer case examples from Hopkins faculty that include strategies about: the kind of activities that are relevant to these tracks, methods to add meaning and usefulness to innovative ideas and strategies, how to make your work known to others, and how to build a national reputation and market your ideas. We invite you to hear their stories, and have a dialogue with them and members of the promotions committee, select department chairs and leadership in faculty development.
Office of Faculty Development, with Estelle Gauda, M.D., and Leslie Plotnick. M.D., Speakers
2008 Promotions and Reappointment Process Video may be viewed @ 2008 Promotions & Reappointment Process
Dr. Estelle Gauda's PowerPoint Presentation and Dr. Leslie Plotnick's PowerPoint Presentation
All Assistant Professors were encouraged to attend this program sponsored by the Office of the Vice Dean for Faculty, the Office of Faculty Development, and the Office of Women in Science and Medicine.
Dr. Estelle Gauda, Chair of the Associate Professor Promotions Committee (APPC), discussed how the APPC committee reviews Assistant Professor candidates for promotion and applies the Silver Book promotion criteria to the rank of Associate Professor. Dr. Gauda presented candidate data concerning time at rank, number of publications, and time lines in the promotions process. She also provided profiles of individuals who have been promoted on the newly defined clinician educator and program builder career pathways.
Dr. Leslie Plotnick, Chair of the Instructor and Assistant Professor Reappointment Review Committee,discussed how her committee reviews Assistant Professors who have been at rank for seven and nine years. She discussed the required documentation from department directors, how the committee ensures that faculty members have been informed of their department directors recommendations, and how the committee provides an independent evaluation of faculty members' long-term potential within the School of Medicine.
Co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice Dean for Faculty, the Office of Faculty Development, and the Office of Women in Science and Medicine, Brooks Jackson, M.D., MBA, and Neil Miller, M.D.,Speakers
2009 Promotions and Reappointment Process Video may be viewed @ 2009 Promotions and Reappointment Process
All Associate Professors are encouraged to attend this program sponsored by the Office of the Vice Dean for Faculty, the Office of Faculty Development, and the Office of Women in Science and Medicine.
Dr. Brooks Jackson, Chair of the Professorial Promotions Committee (PPC), will discuss how the PPC committee reviews Associate Professor candidates for promotion and applies the Gold Book promotion criteria to the rank of Professor. Dr. Jackson will present candidate data concerning time at rank, number of publications, and time lines in the promotions process. He will also provide profiles of individuals who have been promoted on the newly defined clinician educator and program builder career pathways.
Dr. Neil Miller, Chair of the Associate Professor Reappointment Review Committee, will discuss how his committee reviews Associate Professors who have been at rank for six and nine years. He will discuss the required documentation from department directors, how the committee ensures that faculty members have been informed of their department directors’ recommendations, and how the committee provides an independent evaluation of faculty members’ long-term potential within the School of Medicine.
Co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Women's Leadership Council, Pat Thomas, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Instructor
The Clinician Educator career path is a new career path in research intensive institutions, but has become critical to the educational and clinical missions. The goal of this session is to review with faculty interested in pursing this career path the following issues: What are the criteria for promotion as a clinician educator, especially at JHUSOM. How do I demonstrate scholarship in this path? How do I develop a national reputation and national leadership?
To View Fall 2007 Video Session, go to: How to Get Your Career Going as a Clinician Educator
To View the Power Point Presentation, go to: How to Get Your Career Going as a Clinician Educator - Power Point
Co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Women's Leadership Council, Michele Shermak,M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Instructor
The Program Builder career path is a new career path in research intensive institutions, but has become critical to the clinical mission.The goal of this session is to review with faculty interested in pursing this career path the following issues: What are the criteria for promotion as a program builder, especially at JHUSOM? How do I demonstrate scholarship in this path? How do I develop a national reputation and national leadership?
To View Fall 2007 Video Session, go to:Developing a Career as a Program Builder: Pathway for Promotion
To View the Power Point Presentation, go to: Developing a Career as a Program Builder: Pathway for Promotion
Co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Women's Leadership Council, Elizabeth Jaffee, M.D., Professor, Department of Oncology, Instructor
To View this Video Session,go to: Jumpstarting A Laboratory Research Career
To View the Power Point Presentation, go to: Jumpstarting A Laboratory Research Career
The goal of this interactive discussion is to identify the key issues that should be considered when embarking on the early phase of a laboratory career. Issues related to negotiating a new faculty position, identifying career mentors, deciding on a research focus, establishing the grant portfolio, building a team, and balancing work and home life will be discussed.
Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development
Argye Hillis, MD, MA, Professor of Neurology, Executive Vice Chair of Neurology, and Past Chair, Medical School Council, Fred Askin, MD, Professor of Pathology, Past Chair of the Associate Professor Promotions Committee, and Interim Chief of Pathology, Bayview Medical Center,and Lisa Heiser, MA, Assistant Dean for Faculty Development and Equity, JHSOM, Speakers
In this session,you will learn how to structure your CV and showcase your information in the style expected by departmental and SOM promotions committees. Plan to submit your CV in a format that will highlight your accomplishments and strengths. Examples from effective and ineffective CVs will be provided. You will also learn how CVs for business, industry and some academic positions differ from the format used for promotions at the School of Medicine. All faculty who hope to be put up for promotion to the APPC and faculty from other institutions who hope to be put up to the PPC will benefit from this program.
Spring 2007 Program and PowerPoint can be viewed @
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Office of Faculty Development, Patricia Thomas, M.D., Instructor
Educator’s Portfolio is a collection of class materials that documents the quantity and quality of a faculty member’s educational activities. Since a criterion for rank at JHUSOM is “evidence of creative scholarship in the area of …primary expertise,” those faculty who identify education as their primary expertise will use the Educator’s Portfolio to convey evidence of creative educational scholarship. It can also be used as a faculty development tool. During this presentation, we will review the history of portfolio use in faculty development, and the steps to creating your educator’s portfolio, either on paper or electronically.
To View Spring 2008 Video Session, go to: The Educator's Portfolio
Office of Faculty Development, Stephen Yang, M.D., Instructor
This workshop describes various strategies for authoring and designing personal electronic portfolios.You will learn how to use a secure program on the eValue website, designed specifically for Johns Hopkins faculty, to create and maintain your electronic Educator’s Portfolio. You will also learn how to electronically edit the portfolio, transfer internal and external documents such as eValue comments and quantitative data into the portfolio, and use the program’s features for reflecting on and organizing teaching activities. Participants will also become familiar with how to adapt the e-portfolio for learning, assessment and promotional purposes. The e-portfolio has been designed using the Silver Book guidelines for the Educator’s Portfolio.
To View Spring 2008 Video Session, go to: The ElectronicEducator'sPortfolio