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The Psychology of Mindset & Resilience

Nov. 10, 2020, 12-1pm
Tim Bono, PhD, Assistant Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, Lecturer in Psychological & Brain Sciences
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Failure and setbacks are part of any successful person’s path. But how can we muster the strength to persevere when times are most trying, particularly as we approach the holidays in a pandemic along with political and social turmoil? This presentation will highlight the latest psychological research on the topic. We will discuss resilience as a life skill, misconceptions about self-esteem, and practical strategies for rebounding from adversity.  Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Affairs

AWN Fall Event

Navigating career development through the challenges of COVID.
November 17th at 6:00PM
Registration
This event is a webinar panel discussion featuring WUSM department chairs Dr. Vicky Fraser, Dr. Lila Solnica-Krezel, Dr. Dineo Khabele, and Dr. Linda Richards. There is no cost to register and the event is open to all faculty.
AAMC Women in Medicine webinar "COVID-19 and Equity: Let's Not Lose Ground"

What You Need to Know Wednesday

Quick sessions on common administrative questions.
12:00 -12:30 pm
November 11:
Research Expenditures – Allowable charges to sponsored funds and use of discretionary funds.
Watch for a Zoom calendar invite.
November 25: Thanksgiving Break

P & I Inaugural Award Recipients

Outstanding Achievements in Leadership and Professionalism:
Christopher W. Farnsworth, PhD
Outstanding Achievements in Quality Improvement: Neil W. Anderson, MD & Bijal A. Parikh, MD, PhD & Team

Outstanding Contributions to Education: Robert E. Schmidt, MD, PhD

Outstanding Paper of the Year (Junior Faculty):  Ali Ellebedy, PhD
Link to paper

Excellence in Faculty Mentoring: Rebecca Chernock, MD
Staff Shining Star Awards: Jessie Hardges, Becky Speidel & Meghan Wallace
Dr. Cote's Special Recognition Awards:
Commendation:
Marco Colonna, MD
COVID Clinical Heros:

Neil Anderson, MD; Carey-Ann Burnham, PhD
Christopher Farnsworth, PhD; Bijal Parikh, MD, PhD
Joan Rossi; Mark Watson, MD, PhD
COVID Research Heros:
Gaya Amarasinghe, PhD; Ali Ellebedy, PhD; Daved Fremont, PhD
Digital Pathology Heros:
Joseph Gaut, MD, PhD; Michael Isaacs; Jon Ritter, MD

Effective Mentorship:
Consultant, Counselor, Cheerleader

Presented by Carey-Ann Burnham, PhD
Vice-Chair of Faculty Mentoring & Advancement
November 5, 2020   4:00 - 5:00 pm via Zoom
Registration

Book Discussion

The American Muslim experience is the theme of our November book discussion. Reader's Choice: Book Descriptions
  • Threading My Prayer Rug: One Woman's Journey from Pakistani Muslim to American Muslim by Sabeeha Rehman
  • An American Family: A Memoir of Hope and Sacrifice by Khizr Khan
Discussion: November 18, 2020 from 4:00 - 5:00 pm via Zoom
Registration
OFD's Treat! 2 copies of Threading my Prayer Rug are still available for free from OFD. Contact janetbraun@wustl.edu. Yours to keep

Submitting a K Grant: What to Know When You Apply

CRTC Career Development Virtual Seminar
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 3-5 pm

Speakers:
Christina Gurnett, MD, PhD
Nandini Raghuraman, MD, MS

Laneshia Tague, MD, MSCI
Zoom link available upon request at mosherj@wustl.edu. Registration is not required,free & open to all. More information at CRTC's website.

Making Career Transitions:
New Roles, Viewpoints, and Paradigms

Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 3:30 – 5:00pm
Co-Hosted by:The Department of Medicine - Office of Faculty Development & The Peer Group Mentoring Program for Mid-Career Faculty
Please register for a zoom link here
Questions, please contact mosherj@wustl.edu

OFD hosted the “Pride Stride” event, a nationwide LGBTQ+ virtual running event to raise money and awareness for the LGBTQ+ community and local pride organizations.  Carey-Ann Burnham, Ann Gronowski, Andwele Jolly, Neil Anderson and Ryley Thompson striding in Benton Park. 
Welcome!
Maeve Schroeder Roode
10/27/20 at 7 lbs 13 oz, 20 inches long. She is doing great and is being doted on by her big brother Calvin and her parents Molly & Matt.
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