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Faculty Resources

Faculty Policy Manual

The School of Nursing Faculty Handbook includes information that is basic to faculty’s orientation to the School, and it is designed to provide faculty with the general knowledge needed for day-to-day activities. You can read the faculty handbook here.

Career Information and Openings

Career Information

Human Resources, for campus-wide information on:

  • Jobs 
  • Benefits 
  • Training

Campus Resources

Technology Resources

E*Value Implementation and Evaluation

Learn more regarding the course evaluation project underway for the School, and the recently completed clinical placement implementation of E*Value.

Education & Curricular Innovation Hub

The School of Nursing’s Education and Curricular Innovation Hub was established in 2015 to support advancements in teaching and learning to meet the needs of nursing education in the 21st century. The Hub, housed within a distinct physical space, provides coordinated support for nursing faculty and staff.

Communications

The Communications team provides strategic communications guidance, support and services that advance the mission of the School of Nursing. Communications staff also serve on campus-wide committees to strengthen the quality of communications at UCSF, help create and implement shared resources (such as the UCSF Brand Identity) that can benefit the School of Nursing community, and influence communication policy. For questions or assistance, please contact Communications Manager Katherine Tam. For general inquiries, contact [email protected]

Promoting News and Events

You are welcome to submit news related to student programs, current students, faculty, staff and alumni, and news that would be of special interest to these same audiences. Examples include:

  • Awards and other milestones or accomplishments
  • Activities that students or faculty are involved in, especially those that are high profile; those that advocate for nursing or our student programs; make nursing understandable to a general audience; involve community engagement or partnerships with industry or external partners
  • Outreach/diversity efforts
  • Student volunteer efforts

News items should be submitted for consideration in the form of a brief story that only requires light editing. The information should include the name of the person being highlighted, details about the news itself, when and where it occurred, and an appropriate photo.

The School of Nursing newsletter, which publishes every other Tuesday, is the best way to make sure your announcements, events, honors and news listing(s) reach all faculty and staff. To submit an item for consideration, complete our newsletter submission form.

The Students Weekly Digest shares announcements about UCSF, School of Nursing and nursing-related events, electives, activities, jobs, volunteer opportunities, scholarships and fellowships with students once a week on Tuesdays. To review our guidelines and to submit an item for consideration, visit our submission form.

For questions and assistance, contact Communications Manager Katherine Tam.

For all events, you may submit your event, including dates, location and a brief description, through the campus calendar at calendar.ucsf.edu. Be sure to "follow" the School of Nursing group calendar. (Look for the submission button on the lower right. A login is required to submit events. Be sure to tag with School of Nursing as "affiliation" and "department/group.") For digital signage around the UCSF campus, follow the instructions and share a JPG or PDF file (4.5 x 3 aspect ration/1200 x 800, at 96 dpi) to [email protected] two weeks prior to the event.

TA/GSR/RA Job Postings

If you would like to advertise a teaching assistant, teaching residency, graduate student researcher opening, please use the word template to create the ad and email it to [email protected]. Positions are posted in the jobs listing on the School of Nursing website until filled and shared with students via the Students Weekly Digest.

Flyers and Posters

Flyers and posters are also a good way to publicize events. Student Life provides poster-making supplies for members of Registered Campus Organizations (RCO) or the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA).

You may also submit advertisements of events to digital display monitors in the library, housing and other locations.

Education Verification Request

If you would like to request Education Verification for a former UCSF nursing student, please complete this form. * Files are uploaded securely and kept confidentially. The UCSF School of Nursing only verifies specific information such as type of specialty, courses completed, course content, clinical and/or didactic hours. If you need only need degree conferral date and dates attended please contact the National Student Clearinghouse.

Student Organizations

You can share your events with students via the Graduate & Professional Student Association and the Associated Students of the School of Nursing.