Faculty & Instructor Resources
Dive into a wealth of support and tools at Faculty and Instructor Resources. From onboarding information to professional development opportunities, this hub is designed to empower both faculty and instructors. Discover a range of resources that enhance your experience, foster collaboration, and contribute to the overall success of our academic community.
Faculty & Instructor Services
The Academic Affairs office provides support for benefits, professional development, and workplace resources, catering to the varied needs of our faculty and instructors. INMED is committed to the welfare of faculty and instructors, viewing the support for them as a responsibility integral to the institution.
The Institute for International Medicine embraces diversity and recognizes our responsibility to facilitate a welcoming learning environment where students, faculty, instructors, and staff of all backgrounds can learn and serve. We commit to fostering a learning environment where diversity of opinion and perspective is welcomed, and where students, faculty, instructors, and staff can engage thoughtfully in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Although there is great diversity in our academic body, the INMED community is unified by a shared mission of serving the forgotten of this world. We apply this policy to our recruitment, admissions, employment, evaluation, disciplinary, and advancement practices.
INMED will not tolerate discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, disability, age, or genetic information. The more detailed Non-Discrimination Policy can be found here.
Medical Notification Policy
There are times when illness or injury requires faculty and instructors to adjust or restrict their ability to meet their professional requirements. It is the responsibility of the faculty and instructors to communicate to the senior administrators any medical need arising that does require an adaptation to their work.
The grievance process provides a means to resolve disputes which have not been resolved through the normal process of reasoned discussion. The grievance process is intended to clearly define the matters that are at issue; to assure the faculty or instructors that their complaint or problem has been presented to and considered by appropriate institution officials and bodies; and to assure the institution community that decisions involving faculty or instructors in their relationship to the institution are fully considered.
This process is available to any faculty or instructor who has a grievance with respect to appointment/employment, salary, assignment of duties, academic freedom, or working conditions. The grievance process is to be used when the faculty or instructor has been unable to resolve the matter with the Vice President of Academic Affairs or the Dean of Faculty.
The aggrieved faculty or instructors shall submit a written appeal through the Questions & Concerns Online Form, and transmit that appeal along with any supporting documentation, to the President. Where the grievance is against the action of the President, the appeal and supporting documentation shall be submitted to the Vice President of Academic Affairs.
- If a resolution acceptable to the faculty member is not thereby affected, the faculty member may request consideration of the grievance by the Faculty Council. The faculty member will prepare a petition that sets forth in detail the nature of the grievance and shall state against whom the grievance is directed. It shall contain any data which the grievance deems pertinent to the case. The petition shall be presented to the Faculty Council at a meeting convened for the purpose of resolving the grievance, who shall mediate a resolution to the grievance.
If a resolution is not reached through the above process, or if the faculty or instructor is dissatisfied with the resolution, the aggrieved member may contact the Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development for information on filing a formal grievance against the institution.
Crisis Call Center Depression, Suicide, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, and More
- Phone: Text CARE to 839863 (24/7)
- Website: org
Mental Health America Find help & other resources
- Website: http://mhanational.org/
National Domestic Violence Hotline
- Phone: 800-799-7233 (24/7)
- Website: http://thehotline.org/
National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline
- Phone: 800-656-4673 (24/7)
- Website: http://rainn.org/
1in6 Male Survivors
- Website: http://1in6.org/
BodyU Free app for happiness/wellness
- Website: http://bodyu.org/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in English and Spanish
- Phone: 1-800-662-HELP (24/7)
- Website: https://www.samhsa.gov/
Find a Helpline Free, confidential support from a helpline or hotline near you. Online chat, text or phone. Just start typing your country
- Website: https://findahelpline.com/
Mental Health Resource Hub This page contains a wide range of mental health services around the world. This is not an exhaustive list, nor are any services contained within necessarily endorsed by us. We always recommended you consult your local doctor before engaging any mental health service. Please note, spur:org does not provide any counselling or support services—this page is simply an aggregation of services and resources provided by others.
- Website: spur:org
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