UNMC has a variety of learning communities that our faculty and staff are able to join. By participating in these groups, you have the opportunity to grow your network, as well as have a voice in leading and shaping the future of the university.
Education Technology Collaboration (ETC)
This inclusive group is open to all levels of faculty and staff who are interested in integrating technology into teaching practice. Members' goals include sharing best practices for integrating technology in education and fostering collaboration to develop innovative projects and scholarship across campus.
The group meets on the first Thursday of every month from 12 - 1 p.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Simulation Interest Group
This collaborative group offers a communications platform where participants can share their experiences with simulation for the knowledge of the entire group. Their mission is to create a vehicle of collaboration regarding simulation at UNMC. The group offers:
- A network for simulation ideas and issues
- Support when adding simulation to your training program
- Insight on simulation software
The group meets every other month over lunch. Contact Patti Carstens, M.S., Program Manager for the Clinical Skills Center, for details.
Research Interest Groups
The UNMC Vice Chancellor for Research Office is working to develop larger, more interdisciplinary, collaborative research interactions and teams that can answer complex research questions and lead to new research grants. The following research interest groups have been formed:
- Biotechnology, Biomaterials, and Bioengineering
- Cardiovascular, Diabetes, and Obesity
- Comparative Effectiveness Research
- Education Research
- Immunology, Autoimmunity, and Infectious Disease
- Neuroscience, Psychobehavioral, Eye Disease
- Regenerative Medicine, Transplantation
- Rural Health and Health Care Disparities
- Other Interests
College of Medicine Interest Groups
- Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Facilitators
- Integrated Clinical Experience (ICE) Facilitators