We are committed to develop tools, processes and programs to break down barriers for women faculty to increase their participation in all aspects of our department and in particular the pipeline to leadership roles.
We aim to eliminate gender disparities in all aspects of the work we do and we aim to do this now. We will do this by training current and future leaders to be powerful and resilient thought leaders who will be the change agents that help us build the best work environment to create the most innovative and collaborative force that institutions have seen. We also stand for diversity and inclusion.
This 10-month program, features five half-day workshops and additional sessions delivered by local and national experts. This is the first program on campus for mid-career women and is complimentary to the School of Medicine's women's leadership training.
2021 Session Dates, held virtually 8:30am-12:30pm:
Wednesday, March 3
Wednesday, April 28
Wednesday, September 15
Wednesday, October 20
Wednesday, December 15
Target Audience: Department of Medicine faculty - late assistant to early associate professors in any promotion track. We welcome applications from faculty who identify as women, transwomen/transfeminine, gender non-conforming, non-binary, and gender queer.
*Note: The application process for Cohort 2 is now closed*
Questions or to inquire about future participation: Contact Maggie Wierman email@example.com, Marisha Burden firstname.lastname@example.org, or Gaby Frank email@example.com
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The State of Women in Academic Medicine 2018-2019: Exploring Pathways to Equity updates the edition of the report published in 2014.
Key findings from this year's report show that:
Women and men have continued to apply, enter, and graduate from medical school in similar proportions since 2003.
Salary equity is the number one priority topic selected by focus group participants. 64% of faculty rated “make salary public” as both a highly important and highly feasible action that would promote gender equity in DOM.
If you have an area of concern that you would like the committee to address, please contact:
PAGE Chair Margaret E. Wierman MD
Professor in Medicine,
Director, Pituitary Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumor Program
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Chief of Endocrinology, Denver VAMC