As the MCG Office for Faculty Success, we serve faculty and the academic/clinical
departments in which they reside.
Our mission is to oversee, promote, and build an intentional and integrated approach
to supporting faculty needs across career stages, appointment types, and faculty roles,
ensuring that all faculty have access and opportunity in their pursuit of excellence
Mentoring is a critical piece for the success of faculty in academic medicine. According
to the Association of American Medical Colleges, mentoring is associated with job
satisfaction, productivity, retention, and increased sense of "fit" with one's institution.
Diverse, capable, engaged faculty are our most valuable resource in academic medicine.
Our consultations services can benefit faculty from career entry through retirement.
We assist people in thinking through personal career trajectories as well as those
in leadership roles seeking to enrich faculty development within their departments.
Faculty Academic Development Plans
Faculty Academic Development Plans are required for all new faculty and strongly recommended
for any faculty who have not yet submitted promotion packets at the Assistant Professor
Mentoring Excellence Award
MCG recognizes the importance and value of mentorship in academic medicine.
Oversee, promote, and build mentoring resources and capacity
Foster meaningful career development for faculty at all stages of their careers
Support and expand promotion and retention efforts critical to ensuring a diverse,
skilled and engaged MCG faculty
We were founded in July 2018 under the leadership of Dean David Hess, Dr. Vaughn McCall,
Executive Vice Dean and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, and Dr. Lara Stepleman,
the inaugural Director for Faculty Success and current Associate Dean for Faculty
Success and Inclusive Excellence.