GSN Faculty Affairs

Graduate School of Nursing

Graduate School of Nursing Faculty Affairs

The Office of Faculty Affairs supports the development and career advancement of faculty in the Daniel K. Inouye Graduate School of Nursing (GSN). The Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs (ADFA) serves as a faculty mentor and advocate to promote faculty excellence in teaching, scholarship, practice and professional service.

Lynette HamlinDr. Lynette Hamlin, PhD, RN, CNM, FACNM

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs

Room E-1056

Phone: (301) 295-0733

E-mail: lynette.hamlin@usuhs.edu

 

Mrs. Joe Ann Robinson

Program Support Specialist

Office of Faculty Affairs

Phone: (301) 295-7052

E-mail: joeAnn.robinson@usuhs.edu

New Faculty Orientation

The OFA is responsible for the orientation of new faculty members.  New faculty members will complete a robust 10 day orientation to the university and GSN.  During this time the new faculty member will have opportunities to meet with GSN leadership, review the GSN mission and vision, explore policies and procedures, develop a curriculum vitae (CV) that is consistent with the GSN and university, observe faculty lectures and complete any requirements for appointment to the university.

Continuing Faculty Development

A primary mission of the OFA is to support continuing faculty development. There are a variety of activities sponsored by the GSN OFA, the university and Walter Reed National Military Medical campus.

The GSN OFA sponsored events:

Nursing Academic Grand Rounds: These offerings will occur biannually and are opportunity for faculty and invited guests to share innovative teaching methods.

GSN Preceptor Training Series: (Coming Soon) These are short multimedia presentations that review essential preceptor topics such as:

  • GSN Goals and Objectives
  • How to set specific learning goals
  • How to create a supportive learning climate
  • How to design a lecture or small group teaching method
  • How to provide feedback to a student
  • How to recognize a learner in distress

New Faculty Training: Will be individually developed to meet the needs of the faculty member.

USU/SOM sponsored events

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Leadership Academy: The WRNMMC provides a leadership academy that focuses on medical center leadership, quality improvement, personnel management and other pertinent topics to military medicine. The Leadership Academy is offered 10 months a year. Please contact Mrs. Robinson for event times and registration.