Professional Development Resources
Executive coaching is provided through the Faculty Development office by a Certified Physician Development Coach, Dr. Terri Malcolm. Dr. Malcolm has served in executive positions and her clinical background is as a board-certified OBGYN. Her coaching philosophy, the Malcolm Method, is rooted in positive psychology, strengths-based leadership, and social and emotional intelligence. Through a thought-provoking process, Dr. Malcolm helps the leader gain clarity about their strengths, and with this knowledge, experiment and innovate to test limiting beliefs and boundaries hindering progress.
Brand Communications Guide
Information, guidance and resources for UC Davis communicators
Office of the Ombuds
The Ombuds Office is an informal and confidential resource designed to help members of the UC Davis and UC Davis Health (UCDH) communities successfully navigate conflict. Our mission is to provide a safe place for all members of the UC Davis community to discover pathways for conflict management and problem solving in support of fair and collaborative professional and academic experiences in a diverse and changing world.
IRB Outreach & Training
The Outreach and Training program within UCD’s IRB Administration provides training in the critical area of the protection of human research participants.
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Membership
The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) is an independent professional development, training and mentoring community for over 71,000 faculty, post-docs and grad students, dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers. They offer workshops, professional development training and intensive mentorship programs.
Coursera is an online education provider that offers online courses, popularly known as MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses, from top universities around the world. Currently it has over 200 partners from 48 countries. These partners include Universities such as Stanford, Duke, Penn, Princeton, Michigan, Peking, and HEC Paris.