We offer a variety of workshops to provide faculty with the tools necessary to effectively manage their academic careers here at UC Davis. It is particularly important that new faculty and those new to UC Davis attend these workshops, but it can also be helpful for faculty who are not new to UC Davis Health.

Understanding Faculty Compensation

This workshop provides an overview of the three salary components (X,Y,Z), Standard and Alternative options, APU and salary scale, and how a departments tailor their compensation plans to its unique needs. This workshop also includes a brief overview of the UC Retirement Plans.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018
12:00 - 1:30 pm (lunch provided)
Education Building, Room 3205
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Achieving Academic Success in the University of California: Merits and Promotions

This presentation provides important information on the promotions process for faculty in the following series:

  • Adjunct
  • Clinical X
  • Health Sciences Clinical Professor (HSCP)
  • In-Residence
  • Ladder Rank (Regular)

Note: This workshop is also required for those who plan to complete Module 3 - Understanding Faculty Series and Titles; Promotion Portfolios for Mentoring Academy.

Presented by Colleen Clancy, PhD, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel, UC Davis Health

Thursday, April 19, 2018
12:00 - 2:00 pm (lunch provided)
Education Building, Room 3205
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Introduction to MyInfoVault (for faculty only)

MyInfoVault is the official merit and promotion system for the University of California, Davis. It is a web-based system and database designed to streamline the academic review process by reducing redundant data entry, allowing remote review of packets, and reusing data for many purposes. This is a very basic, introductory course intended to help faculty get started using the program.

MyInfoVault is a useful tool to:

  • produce and keep up to date CV’s and NIH Biosketch forms
  • store data related to publications, service, grants/contracts, honors, etc
  • link to PubMed for easy access of publications

This course is not currently being offered. We hope to offer it again in the fall of 2018.