Service, teaching and scholarship are the three foundations of a faculty member's role within the MCPHS community. While you'll find an in-depth description in the Faculty Handbook, which is available through Academic Affairs, we've included some examples of typical service activities here for you.
Want to know more about academic service in general? Consider reading Faculty Service Roles and the Scholarship of Engagement (from Stanford University's Tomorrow Professor blog).
The University offers many opportunities for service in addition to the standing committees listed below. Talk to your Dean, Director, or Department Chair to learn more.
Academic Standing Committees – each school has its own committee
Academic Standing Committee - College-wide
Curriculum Committees – each school has its own committee
Educational Technology Resource Group (ETRG)
Faculty Development - Boston
Faculty Development - W/M
Faculty Mentoring Institute (FMI)
Faculty Mentors for Veteran Students - Boston
Faculty Mentors for Veteran Students - W/M
HIPAA (Health Insurance Privacy and Portability Act)
Institutional Animal Care and Use (IACUC)
Institutional Effectiveness/NECHE (formerly NEASC-CIHE) Self-Study Steering (Subcommittee chairs) Committee
Institutional Effectiveness/NECHE (formerly NEASC-CIHE) Self-Study Steering Committee
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Safety - Boston
Safety - Worcester
Safety - Manchester