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Executive Development Seminar for Deans

Designed for newly appointed permanent, interim, and acting deans, this seminar is intended to quickly orient participants to the responsibilities that are integral to this key leadership position. Deans will learn from national experts and have the opportunity to problem-solve current issues at their institutions. Registration now open!


Leadership and Management Foundations for Academic Medicine and Science

Leadership and Management

Designed to prepare new and emerging leaders to be successful in a leadership role, this seminar provides critical knowledge and skill-building experiences in core areas vital to leadership and management. Application process now open!


Mid-Career Minority Faculty Leadership Seminar

Mid Career Minority Faculty

The Mid-Career Minority Faculty Leadership Seminar (Mid-Career MinFac) will address the specific needs of mid-career faculty from a culturally responsive approach offering skill building and strategies for pursuing career advancement in academic medicine.


Mid-Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar

This three and a half-day interactive seminar develops knowledge and skills required for the leadership journey in academic medicine.



Minority Faculty Leadership Development Seminar

To develop academic medicine’s leadership pipeline, this three-day seminar is designed for junior faculty who are members of underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups aspiring to leadership positions. Registration now open!


Organizational Leadership in Academic Medicine for New Associate Deans and Department Chairs

Deans and Department Chairs

Through this three and a half-day seminar, participants will enhance skills in people management, financial management, legal issues, communications, and more.

GSA Professional Development Initiative (PDI)

GSA PDI

The AAMC GSA Professional Development Initiative promotes growth and leadership development across the GSA community. Engage and empower yourself to realize your potential and achieve a fulfilling career in student affairs.