Tulane University is an equal opportunity employer and educator. Tulane School of Medicine strives to maintain a community where each person respects the rights of others to live, work, and learn in a welcoming environment that supports everyone’s full potential as individuals and members of society. For more information, read the Equal Opportunity/Anti-Discrimination Policy. https://tulane.app.box.com/s/w96x9akgbfp1oq3f5po5onzmus9tkdsi
Your benefits as Tulane faculty include a broad range of programs to help protect the health, wealth, and future of you and your family. The university provides healthcare, retirement plans, and education benefits, among many other benefits. View Tulane's Benefits Website. https://hr.tulane.edu/benefits The Office for Faculty Affairs can assist with faculty-related HR questions or you may contact Tulane’s Office of Human Resources https://hr.tulane.edu/
The Office for Faculty Affairs assists with welcoming new faculty members through a comprehensive Faculty Orientation held each September. Additionally, individual departments typically have their own on boarding programs.
All faculty leaves are coordinated and processed at the Office for Faculty Affairs, including sabbaticals, medical leaves, paid parental leaves and non-paid parental leaves. The office assists with both appointing faculty on leave and returning them from leave. The office also assists with the disability process.
The Office for Faculty Affairs assists with the ending employment process, including voluntary and involuntary termination, as well as retirement.
Tulane offers the following on LinkedIn Learning
All Tulane faculty and staff have access to this resource. For more information on LinkedIn learning and how to activate a Tulane account, please visit this webpage.
These are some courses are provided by Tulane and are available on the Bridge LMS system via TULearn
Best Practices in Faculty Recruitment and Hiring
Hiring and Lawful Termination
Harvard's Project Implicit provides a free measurement of your own implicit biases
The University of Washington Office of Healthcare Equity provides this highly recommended free instruction
Implicit Bias in the Clinical Setting and Learning Environment
Timeline: A History of Unequal Treatment
The following videos are provided by the AAMC (The AAMC website asks you to register to view these videos so they may collect data on viewing trends and audiences):