New and refresher training for the faculty records database is available through the Work@Duke portal, via the “Supporting Documentation” section on the right side of the dFac tab.
New and refresher training information for iForms users is available through the Work@Duke portal, on the iForms tab, via the “Supporting Documentation” section on the right side.
The Office for Faculty Advancement provides a range of faculty training and coaching opportunities to support faculty career development, including:
- Faculty Advancement and Success (FAS) Workshop Series
- Leading an Academic Unit at Duke (LAUD) Workshop Series
- National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) Institutional Membership
- Faculty Coaching and Leadership Development
The Office of Scientific Integrity leads Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training for Duke faculty and staff involved in research:
A Guide to Managing at Duke is a three-day program that prepares and equips University and DUHS managers to meet changing strategic, operational, and work culture objectives through effective managerial practices. Program participants will develop and enhance skills and perspectives that are essential for managers and leaders. Contact Gwendolyn Purnell for additional details on available sessions for PAMC managers.
The Duke Leadership Academy offers emerging leaders from across the university the opportunity to participate in a unique 12-month development initiative based on the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) leadership model. The curriculum includes a focus on leadership and management styles and behaviors to implement strategy.
Participation in the Duke Leadership Academy program is highly selective based on nominations by Duke’s vice presidents and deans. Those selected to participate are exposed to senior level leaders and stakeholders at Duke. Learning takes place in the classroom, through 360 and individual assessments, practical application, and coaching.
Corporate Payroll Services provides customized payroll training resources for:
Duke offers an array of programs and resources to support employees in learning new skills and advancing their careers at Duke. Additional information is available on the Duke Human Resources HR training site.
Office of the Provost, Finance and Administration
127 Allen Building
Durham, NC 27708
Phone: (919) 684-3501