The LUCOM Office of Medical Education (Med Ed) offers faculty programs and web-based guides and tools that will inform and support you as a new faculty member. As you explore our resources, you will find useful information that will aid in your transition to LUCOM.
We look forward to seeing you at new faculty events. If you have questions, please email the Office of Medical Education at LUCOMfacultydev@liberty.edu.
Faculty Development Schedule Summer and Fall 2018
See session descriptions below
|July 11||1:30-3:30 p.m.||Christian Beliefs: 20 Basics Every Christian Should Know||CMHS 1047|
|July 18||12-1 p.m.||Faculty and Staff Potluck||CMHS Main Street|
|July 23||9-11 a.m.||Skills and Strategies to Improve Small Group Teaching||OMM 1|
|July 23||1-3 p.m.||CRASE Training||CMHS Blue Auditorium|
|Oct. 15||8 a.m.-2 p.m.||Leading at the Speed of Trust, Building Process Excellence||CMHS 1047|
|Oct. 16||1-3 p.m.||Leading at the Speed of Trust, Building Process Excellence||CMHS 1047|
About the Sessions
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
“Skills and Strategies to Improve Small Group Teaching”
Presenter: Dr. Kevin Corsini
The purpose of this instructional session is to reinforce a shared understanding within the LUCOM faculty and staff of basic Christian orthodoxy. The principles of Wayne Grudem’s book, Christian Beliefs: Twenty Basics Every Christian Should Know will be unpacked for participants with engaging discussion and participant application. This readable guide to 20 basic Christian beliefs is a condensation of Grudem’s award-winning book on systematic theology. Faculty and staff have been provided a copy of the book to read prior to the first meeting on June 5. The sessions will be taught by Dr. Kevin Corsini and Drs. Klink, Leonard, Mintle, Ianuzzo, and Dyson will act as co-facilitators.
It is the policy of the LUCOM Faculty Development and CME Office to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all its educational programs. All participating faculty is expected to disclose to the participants any real or apparent conflict of interest related to the content of their presentations.