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NYMC is committed to cultivating a rich, intellectual and collegial environment not only for our students but also for our faculty, whose intelligence and curiosity define our school. To this end, the Faculty Senate and department chairs share insights and feedback with the College and offer guidance to fellow faculty members to maintain the educational excellence of NYMC while advancing the knowledge and careers of our professors.

These resources provided in this section assist in facilitating faculty teaching, research and administrative needs.
 


Faculty Handbooks

 


Faculty Records

The principal source of information and files concerning faculty appointments lie within either the SOM Office of Faculty Affairs for the School of Medicine and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, or the SHSP Office of the Dean for faculty appointments within the School of Health Sciences and Practice.

Both offices are responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of all faculty appointments, promotions and terminations.  

SOM/GSBMS Faculty

SHSP Faculty

Marie Rivera
Administrator, Faculty Records
SOM Office of Faculty Affairs

Office of the Dean
School of Medicine
Sunshine Cottage, Suite 141A
Phone: (914) 594-4523

Stefania Bonanni
Director of Operational Support and Designated School Official (SEVP)

Office of the Dean
School of Health Sciences and Practice
SHSP Building, Suite 311
Phone: (914) 594-4843
Fax: (914) 594-4292

 



Appointments and Promotions Process

Faculty appointments and promotions process is handled by either the SOM Office of Faculty Affairs for School of Medicine and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, or SHSP Office of the Dean for faculty appointments within the School of Health Sciences and Practice.
 

SOM/GSBMS Faculty

The Tenure, Appointments and Promotions Committee is a committee of School of Medicine faculty and is charged with ensuring that scholarly achievement and excellence are the criteria for academic advancement, independent of whether a faculty member's achievements derive primarily from clinical, teaching, research or administrative contributions to the department, institution and medical and scientific communities. Selection of individuals for appointment and promotion to the SOM and/or GSBMS faculty and awarding of tenure must be in accordance with the highest standards. More information on the SOM/GSBMS tenure, appointments and promotions process, please visit the SOM Office of Faculty Affairs webpage titled Request a Faculty Appointment or Promotion, or contact Barbara Donnadio, director of SOM faculty affairs and TAP committee secretary, at (914) 594-3553 

SHSP Faculty

For the SHSP faculty appointments and reappointments process, the Faculty Self-Assessment Forms (full time and part time) and the curriculum vitae form have been made available to you on-line for your convenience and to expedite the Appointments and Promotions Process.

The Self-Assessment form is designed to collect information on your own assessment of your performance as a faculty member over the past academic year. Your self-assessment should be based on student evaluations of your teaching (if applicable), your contributions to the life of the College, and your professional accomplishments. The form also asks you to identify your goals related to teaching, and to suggest topics of interest for faculty development. PLEASE NOTE: the form for full time faculty is different than that for part time faculty. Please be sure to access the correct form.

The Curriculum Vitae form is an outline of the School of Health Sciences and Practice format for faculty vitae.

 


Basic Sciences Faculty Forms

The following are membership forms for the Master of Science (M.S.) Thesis/Literature Review Committee as well as the Ph.D. Dissertation Committee.