Office of Faculty Affairs
The Office of Faculty Affairs responsibilities include all matters related to appointments and promotions and development, implementation and guidance for all policies and procedures related to Baylor faculty.
Visit the Faculty Affairs internal site for forms, policies and procedures, a membership roster for the Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee, sabbatical leave policy, and archived issues of Faculty Commons, the newsletter for faculty of Baylor College of Medicine.
If you need assistance or have questions related to Baylor faculty policies and procedures, appointments and promotions, faculty reappointment letters, or the faculty database, contact the Office of Faculty Affairs.
Keep Informed and Get Involved
Meet with or email your department representative on the Faculty Senate to get updates about College initiatives or to share your thoughts or suggestions.
Work on getting that promotion. Faculty Development offers career planning workshops and one on one coaching.
Join faculty committees and subcommittees. See list of committees* with current membership and description of committee roles. Speak with your chair or center director or the committee chair regarding opportunities for involvement.
Take on new roles. See internal postings, committee openings, volunteer options and other faculty opportunities.*
Read Faculty Commons to keep up-to-date on developments at the College.
Participate in College surveys. Results of the Faculty Satisfaction Survey* were discussed at the Faculty Town Hall Meeting.
Network at Baylor social activities. Visit Newslink for upcoming events.
Email Dr. Klotman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Check the deadlines and eligibility for College-wide faculty awards like the Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. Presidential Award for Excellence in Education, Clark Faculty Service Award, Norton Rose Fulbright Faculty Excellence Award, John P. McGovern Outstanding Teacher Award, Faculty Awards for Excellence in Patient Care, Ben and Margaret Love Foundation Bobby Alford Award for Academic Clinical Professionalism and Michael E. DeBakey, M.D. Excellence in Research Award.