Women in Science and Health

The Women In Science & Health Committee was established with the following charge:

  • To enhance the advancement of women through professional development programs.
  • Establishing an effective network of women faculty.
  • Assesing the current status of women faculty in terms of academic rank, years of service and salary plus incentives.
  • Developing and implementing a faculty mentoring program for women.

As a result of the work of this group both women and male faculty are currently involved in the mentoring program. In addition, a number of women faculty have been able to attend the prestigious Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) with others from all across the county.

To complete an application to become a Mentor or Mentee click on the Mentoring link to the left.

AAMC Early Career Women Professional Development Seminar

2017 information will be posted soon.


Contact Us

Patricia K. Hussing

Administrative Associate
Faculty Development

Gwendolyn Marshall

Program Coordinator Senior
Faculty Development