Faculty Affairs and Learning Innovation
Roseman University College of Medicine
The Office of Faculty Affairs and Learning Innovation (OFALI) is the central faculty affairs and instructor development office at Roseman University College of Medicine. We support an innovative, collaborative, democratic, diverse, and inclusive community of educators at Roseman University College of Medicine by focusing on innovation, collaboration, and empowerment.
- Advancing a socially accountable and scholarly approach to teaching and learning in the health sciences
- Encouraging the application of the Roseman Six Point Mastery Learning Model where appropriate for medical education
- Fostering horizontal and vertical integration of social determinants of health, humanities, ethics, and professionalism
- Facilitating the incorporation of educational technology in teaching and learning activities
- Developing and disseminating scholarship and curriculum on Studio Based Learning (link)
- Housing the Curriculum Design Studio, a collaborative space to create curriculum using education technology, while working with an instructional designer
- Working closely with Roseman faculty in the colleges of pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, and medicine to promote transdisciplinary teaching and research partnerships
- Leading transdisciplinary teaching and learning beyond the health sciences, including law, the arts, humanities, social sciences, data sciences, design, and architecture
- Partnering with the Roseman Center for Innovation in Health Professions Education to advance collaborative research and curriculum design
- Advocating socially accountable qualitative and quantitative scientific methodologies
- Offering research coaching including encouragement of faculty to engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning
- Delivering programming to foster a culture of collegiality, professionalism, and belonging among all faculty and staff
- Providing services and support to all faculty, including regular, clinical, and community faculty associates, to achieve individual career goals and enhance scholarship and teaching
- Guiding faculty through the promotions process
- Promoting interest groups to support those minoritized in academic medicine
- Supporting the Faculty Assembly and the Faculty Council
- Disseminating progressive, inclusive, and transparent policies
- Developing pedagogic and mentoring strategies that simultaneously uphold the principle of academic freedom and advance a culture of professionalism, collegiality and belonging.
- Collecting and analyzing data on faculty appointments, promotions, and scholarship
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