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College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty Development

St. John’s University and the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences strives to provide an institutional framework that includes a broad range of academic, research and service activities to help renew and support faculty in skill acquisition, professional development, scholarship and leadership.

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program to welcome new employees to St. John’s University community, introduce them to St. John’s history, culture, and mission, to review St. John’s employment policies and procedures and present employee benefits and process benefit enrollments.

The Center for Teaching and Learning supports excellence in teaching and encourages research, publications, and other scholarly and creative work produced by the University’s faculty.

Academic service-learning at St. John’s University is a classroom/experiential site- based program that involves students in some form of required community service that benefits the common (public) good and uses service as a means of understanding course concepts. The service activity meets course objectives, and through reflection students examine issues pertaining to social justice and responsibility.

The Office of Grants and Sponsored Research (OGSR) represents the pre-award administration office at St. John’s University. We provide service and support related to research activities across all schools and units at the University and work closely with the Office of Business Affairs regarding post-award items such as the financial management of sponsored projects. Sponsored programs include research, instruction and training, public service, evaluative testing, and other scholarly and creative activities conducted under the direction of University faculty and staff and funded by organizations external to the University in accordance with award regulations.

The Health Education Resource Center of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences of St. John’s University commits itself to supporting the College’s commitment to scholarship and service to humanity through the application of biomedical knowledge. The Resource Center provides content-based information resources, research support, and reference services to assist the College’s students, faculty, alumni, and friends. The Resource Center also sponsors educational programs which focus on contemporary healthcare issues led by leaders from the fields of pharmacy and allied health.

Pharmacy Program

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) - The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) is the national organization representing pharmacy education. The mission of AACP is to lead and partner with members in advancing pharmacy education, research, scholarship, practice and service to improve societal health. Some of resources available on the website include the AACP Standards 2016, and Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) Educational Outcomes.  

National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) – Some of the resources available on the website include the pharmacist competence assessment programs including the NAPLEX Competency Statements (NAPEX Blueprint)

Physician Assistant Program

American Academic of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
AAPA is the national organization that advocates for all PAs and provides tools to improve PA practice and patient care.

Clinical Laboratory Science Program

American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS)
ASCLS is a national organization whose mission is to make a positive impact in health care through leadership that will assure excellence in the practice of laboratory medicine.

Radiologic Sciences Program

American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
The ASRT is the national professional association for the medical imaging and radiation therapy community; their mission is to advance and elevate the profession and to enhance the quality and safety of patient care.

Your St. John’s experience extends beyond the four walls of your classrooms, and even beyond our home base in New York City. You can study abroad on our Rome campus, at our locations in Paris, France, or Limerick, Ireland, or in dozens of other countries.

The Writing Across Communities program provides support for faculty teaching with writing across the disciplines in all colleges. The centerpiece of our program is the Summer Writing Institute, a two-week retreat where faculty workshop both their writing projects and their planned curricular projects. Throughout the year, the Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, Anne Ellen Geller, consults one-on-one with faculty members who want to revise writing assignments, reconsider how they offer students written feedback, or rethink a course’s writing expectation. The program also hosts lunches, workshops, and informal conversations with colleagues for faculty interested in talking about their students' writing, as well as their own writing.

The Office of University Mission offers all full-time employees at St. John's University the opportunity to participate in the 16-month Vincentian Mission Certificate (VMC) professional development program. With its focus on Education, Service and Reflection, the VMC program is designed to empower St. John’s administrators, faculty and staff to live the Vincentian Mission as Mission Leaders. Previous cohorts of the program have already proven vital to instilling a sense of Vincentian service and leadership throughout the University community, bridging the gap between a theoretical understanding of our Catholic and Vincentian mission and its practical application in today’s society.

*Program Directors must notify Jaclyn Vialet via herc@stjohns.edu, for events to be posted*

My Struggle with Class Participation: How to Increase Student Engagement
Presenter: Dr. Sharon See (Department of Clinical Health Professions)
Date: March 28, 2019 time: 1:50-3:15 p.m.
Location: Ozanam lounge   

Developing Quality Multiple-Choice Questions
Presenter; Dr Maria Mantione
Date: April 29, 2019 1:50-3:15 p.m.
Location: DAC 307
Details: Did you know that the answer to many multiple-choice questions can be “guessed” without actually knowing the material?
Want to improve the quality of your multiple-choice questions? Want to ensure your questions are testing the necessary information appropriately?
Come and discuss the evidence-based approaches to writing multiple-choice questions. Bring your questions with you!

CPHS Faculty Retreat
Date: May 8th, 2019 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
Place: DAC 128

 

  • For quick tips on how to be a better teacher, check out the 12 lessons on the 5-Minute University site. These lessons are great for junior faculty - but even seasoned faculty can benefit from a refresher from time-to-time.  The topics covered include: Getting Students Prepared for Class; The Minute Paper; Critical Thinking; Lesson Planning; Writing Effective Exam Questions
  • Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education is devoted to improving teaching and learning in higher education.
  • Education Scholar is a comprehensive online program for the advancement of teaching skills, professional scholarship, and instructional improvement for educators in the health professions.

Leadership Development Programs

Training, Education and Certificate Programs

Grant Programs through Pharmacy Organizations