Faculty Resources

Designed for new and existing faculty, this section provides tools and resources relevant to working at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

Resources for Working at CUIMC

This page provides resources and policies pertinent to faculty starting a career at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, such as:

  • Human resources and work/life information
  • How to accesses lacation rooms
  • The Faculty Handbook
  • The Columbia University Code of Conduct
  • Relevant administrative departments 
  • CUIMC Brand Guide

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Resources for Career Advancement

Explore resources essential for academic advancement and general career development at CUIMC, such as:

  • the CUIMC CV format
  • the Guide to Best Practices to Faculty Mentoring
  • Criteria for advancement on the tenure and non-tenure tracks

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Resources for Clinicians

This page provides resources essential to clinical care, including:

  • Compliance policies
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Access to practice resources

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Resources for Researchers

Explore the different offices and resources available to research faculty at CUIMC and Columbia University, including:

  • Research handbooks
  • Sponsored projects information
  • Compliance information

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Resources for Educators

CUIMC and Columbia University provide a number of teaching and educational resources to assist faculty in their educational activities. This page contains information on:

  • Relevant administrative offices
  • CourseWorks
  • Faculty development opportunities for educators

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Resources for New VP&S Faculty

The Office of Faculty Professional Development, Diversity and Inclusion hosts a New VP&S Faculty Orientation for those who have started at the Columbia University Vagelos of the College of Physicians and Surgeons within the last three years. It is held annually in the early fall.

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Early Career Faculty Caregiving Support for Professional Travel

The VP&S Office for Women and Diverse Faculty distributes the Early Career Faculty Caregiving Support for Professional Travel Fund.  Early career faculty are eligible to apply to the fund for up to a maximum of $1,000 to cover caregiving expenses (for either a child or elder/adult’s needs) during conferences at which they are presenting. Funds may be used for in-person or online conference attendance for expenses related to caregiving during the conference.

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For more information, please email: Office_Acad_Affairs@cumc.columbia.edu.