Notification: Elements Harvester
The Harvester Feature of Elements will go live on June 8th, 2023. This feature locates faculty publications within online databases and automatically loads them into your Elements account. From the home page, you will be able to claim or reject these entries for addition to your account. For more information on how to adjust and optimize the Harvester’s search setting, please reference the “Elements Harvester Guide” under Elements Resources.
The school’s Office of Faculty Affairs supports the recruitment, retention, and professional development of Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine faculty. The office encourages enhancement of skills, promotes direction of scholarly endeavor, offers advice to the faculty committees responsible for academic life, and provides oversight of policies summarized in the Faculty Bylaws.
The school is committed to a faculty with diversity. The school recognizes that a diverse faculty—along with a diverse staff and a diverse student body—will provide its medical students with the opportunity to learn and experience the breadth of medical settings in preparation for medical practice.
Guidelines for applying for appointment as regular faculty member, instructional faculty member, or special appointment.
Promotion applications are reviewed annually for eligible faculty members.
Annual Review Process
All faculty are evaluated annually.
Evaluations take place in Elements.
Maintenance of Appointment
Faculty appointments at VTCSOM are renewed every three years.
Faculty Vitality and Wellbeing
Supporting the personal and professional wellbeing of our faculty physicians, advanced care providers, and other faculty.
Faculty resources include key documents, professional development resources, links to key systems, writing recommendation letters, and more.
The school is also committed to excellence in teaching. The school has teamed up with Carilion Clinic and Radford University Carilion to establish the Teaching Excellence Academy for Collaborative Healthcare (TEACH), which aims to create a community of educators and foster their development as teachers, learners, and educational researchers. In addition to TEACH, we have curated many other opportunities for faculty development.
TEACH is a community of educators and fostering their development as teachers, learners, and educational researchers.
These resources are intended to support VTCSOM faculty in their various activities related to teaching, research, and patient care.
Quicklinks to Resources
All Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine faculty members have access to Virginia Tech's vast array of resources, including VT email. In addition, VTCSOM uses Elements to capture faculty activities that contribute to your Curriculum Vitae.
Login to VT Email:
Faculty can also opt to forward VT email to another email system.
Elements is a single convenient place to compile data on activities such as teaching, research, and service—information usually compiled for faculty annual reports.
A quick link to all the faculty pages for the VTCSOM website.
Faculty Affairs Team
Learn more about the team supporting the faculty at VTCSOM.
Contact Faculty Affairs
- Faculty Bylaws
- VTCSOM Curriculum Vitae Guidelines
- Faculty Conflict of Interest Form
- Student Handbook