CENTER FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Office for Senior Faculty Affairs
Resources for senior faculty transitioning into partial or full retirement.
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Stay up to date on the latest news from the Office for Senior Faculty Affairs!
OSFA Newsletter "The Senior Thesis" - November 2023
The Senior Thesis is a newsletter for the newly created Office for Senior Faculty Affairs. It updates MGH clinicians and investigators on information, resources, and programming of interest to our amazing senior faculty.
Register for Successful Transition to Retirement While Balancing Continued Engagement at MGH
A panel of MGH faculty members who transitioned to retirement while finding opportunities to stay engaged in academic activities, such as teaching and mentoring.
Health of Your Wealth: Retirement preparation in the midst of unknowns
Nora Yousif, CFP, CDFA, MBA, equipped participants with the know-how needed for a successful retirement transition, even in the context of all the macroeconomic uncertainty. (podcast also available)
Re-energize, Reimagine and Reinvent: Crafting the Next Chapter of Your Work and Life
Drs. Stephanie and Russ Eisenstat shared a high-level roadmap as well as practical first steps participants can take to move towards higher levels of intentionality and fulfillment in the mid to late stages of their careers. (podcast also available)
|Steven M. Greenberg, MD, PhD
Director, Office for Senior Faculty Affairs (OSFA)
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About the Office for Senior Faculty Affairs
The goal of the OSFA, Office for Senior Faculty Affairs, is to support senior faculty on a broad range of issues:
- Ascension to senior faculty (promotion to Professor, identifying leadership opportunities).
- Challenges and opportunities for senior faculty (how mentorship changes as your trainees grow into mid-career faculty).
- Transitions from senior faculty into partial or full retirement.