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Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies, presented two posters at the national conference Career Flexibility for Biomedical Faculty of Today and Tomorrow, held in Boston in March. The posters were titled "Vital Signs: Mid- and Late-Career Vitality and Transit

Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies, presented two posters at the national conference Career Flexibility for Biomedical Faculty of Today and Tomorrow, held in Boston in March. The posters were titled "Vital Signs: Mid- and Late-Career Vitality and Transition to Retirement" and "The Part-Time Faculty Member Perspective: Improving the Workplace."

Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies faculty, co-authored two articles: “The Underrepresentation of Women in Leadership Positions in U.S. Medical Schools,” Analysis in Brief, Vol. 15, Issue 2: pp. 1-2; and “Part-time Faculty in U.S. Medical Schools,” Acade

Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies faculty, co-authored two articles: “The Underrepresentation of Women in Leadership Positions in U.S. Medical Schools,” Analysis in Brief, Vol. 15, Issue 2: pp. 1-2; and “Part-time Faculty in U.S. Medical Schools,” Academic Medicine, Vol. 90, Issue 3: pp. 355-364. 

Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies faculty, presented in three sessions at the International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions held in Singapore in February. The sessions were titled "Understanding the Faculty Development Needs

Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies faculty, presented in three sessions at the International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions held in Singapore in February. The sessions were titled "Understanding the Faculty Development Needs of Part-time Faculty," "Differences in Faculty Access to Opportunities for Growth and Development across U.S. Medical Schools" and "Using Engagement Survey Data to Identify Faculty Needs and Drive Workplace Decision-Making."