University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Career Development, Social Media, Technology

The Power of LinkedIn!

Social media provides a great opportunity to demonstrate the impact you make and connect with other medical professionals. This session will provide you a holistic view on how to have a better presence on LinkedIn by making the most out of your profile.


24th & Glory - A Conversation with Dirk Chatelain

The story of significant American social movements told through the lens of the North Omaha community and the prominent characters who lived there. Reference.

Advance Career, Career Development, Coaching & Mentoring, Teaching and Learning

Leveraging Strengths at Work

In this session, we will use the CliftonStrengths assessment as a resource for learning to leverage your strengths at work. The CliftonStrengths assessment measures the intensity of your natural talents – abilities which you use achieve excellence and satisfaction – in 34 distinct Themes. Using Gallup’s “Name it, Claim it, and Aim it” framework, Dr. […]

Classroom Teaching, Teaching and Learning

How to Handle Emotional Conversations with Students

“Actually I am not doing so well.” Supporting students is an essential component of educational leadership. In this training, you will learn how to use emotionally supportive language to validate and empower your students. Participants were also able to attend a follow-up in-depth coaching session:

Career Development, DEI, Teaching and Learning

The Women who Built Omaha: Speaker Eileen Wirth

This event is cosponsored by Office of Faculty Development, UNMC Library, and Offices of Inclusion and Equity Eileen Wirth, professor emeritus of journalism at Creighton University and senior writer for Legacy Preservation in Omaha, recently released a new book. The Women who Built Omaha shares the history of groundbreaking women, especially in health care, who […]

Coaching & Mentoring, DEI, Teaching and Learning

Mitigating Bias in Narrative Assessment and Recommendation Letters

This session is cosponsored by the Office of Faculty Development and Offices of Inclusion and Equity Letters of Recommendation are essential components of applications throughout academia. They are also written by and about humans, making them inherently prone to bias. Through this session, faculty members will learn to mitigate bias in letters of recommendation, understand […]


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August 22, 2024

Faculty Tech Bootcamp

11:00 am

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