This page lists timely CCFL news and prior CCFL and Faculty Development Program events with links to videos and handouts.
NewsThe 2011 UCSF Faculty Climate Survey: CCFL Recommendations for Further Actions (Dec 18, 2012)
Wellness Grand Rounds
The Wellness Grand Round series is one of the CCFL's initiatives to create a supportive work environment for faculty. This series consists of quarterly one-hour lectures. Some lectures will be keyed to wellness/stress reduction programs for faculty which will be offered at a reduced cost. For questions about this series or the upcoming lectures, please contact Melanie Fisch.
Dr. Robert Sapolsky presented the first lecture in the series, entitled: Why Zebras Donít Get Ulcers and Faculty Do: Stress and Health.
View the Robert Sapolsky lecture
Laurel Mellin, MA, RD, presented the second lecture in the series, entitled: Retraining the Brain for Resiliency and Joy.
View the Laurel Mellin lecture
Dr. Kevin Barrows presented the third lecture in the series, entitled: Mindfulness and Well-Being: Art and Science.
View the Dr. Kevin Barrows lecture
Dr. Donald Abrams presented the fourth lecture in the series, entitled: Healthy Aging for the Health Professional.
View the Dr. Donald Abrams lecture
Dr. Judith Moskowitz presented the fifth lecture in the series, entitled: Positive Emotion in the Midst of Stress: It's Not Crazy, It's Adaptive.
View the Dr. Judith Moskowitz lecture
Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen presented the sixth lecture in the series, entitled: Service as a Way of Life: Reclaiming the Joy of Our Work.
View the Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen lecture
Dr. Michael Merzenich presented the seventh lecture in the series, entitled: Brain Fitness and Health.
View the Dr. Michael Merzenich lecture
Dr. Larissa G. Duncan presented the eighth lecture in the series, entitled: Mindfulness in Daily Life: Coping with Stress by Being Present.
Catherine Dower, JD presented the ninth lecture in the series, entitled: Leading an Integrated Life: Beyond the Balancing Act.
View the Catherine Dower, JD lecture
Dr. Kathryn Lee presented the Fall 2010 lecture entitled: Getting a Good Night's Sleep . . . Heath Implications and Sleep Hygiene Solutions. More information about this lecture will be available soon.
Faculty Development Program
Work Leaner: Advanced Time Management Strategies for Busy Faculty
Wednesday, June 23 / 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. / HSW-300
Presented by Dan Markovitz
Founder and President, TimeBack Management
Entourage Screen Shots
Work Lean: Time Management Strategies for Busy Faculty
Dan Markovitz, TimeBack Management
Thursday, November 12, 2009/3-5 p.m./Parnassus, HSW 303
4 Ds Workflow Handout
Responsibility Map Handout
"That's Not What I Meant" Managing Conflict Effectively
Thursday, March 5, 2009/3-5 p.m./Parnassus, Millberry Union Conference Center
July 31, 2008 / 1-3 p.m. / Parnassus, Room N 225
Negotiation: How to Avoid Common Cognitive Traps
April 30, 2008 / 3-5 p.m. / Parnassus, Millberry Union Conference Center
Negotiation: An Interest-Based Approach
February 20, 2008 / 3-5 p.m. / Parnassus, Millberry Union Conference Center
Faculty Development Day
The Chancellor's Council on Faculty Life invited all faculty to attend Faculty Development Day, September 11, 2012. Read more here.