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Be sure to attend the Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting on Monday, April 24, 2023

Faculty/Staff Meetings

UW School of Medicine and Public Health Faculty/Staff Meetings are typically held three times each academic year. The topics discussed at these meetings are broadly relevant to faculty and staff alike and relate to various aspects of the school’s mission. Attending gives everyone a chance to: hear updates from Dean Robert N. Golden and other administrative leaders, learn more about the school’s goals, participate in question-and-answer sessions, and build community.

Faculty/Staff Spring Meeting 

Occurred on Monday, April 24

4:30-5:45 p.m.

Hybrid: 1335 HSLC / Live Stream

View agenda (PDF)

View presentation slides (PDF)

Watch recording

  • Welcome Remarks – Robert N. Golden, MD, Dean
  • Faculty Vote to Award Degrees to Graduates and Research Honors Program – E. Petty
  • Match Outcomes and Clinical Education – D. Bernhard and E. Petty
  • Financial Update – H. Conrad
  • SMPH Graduate Student Education – J. Audhya and L. Knoll
  • Update on SMPH Strategic Framework – J. Audhya and E. Petty
  • Town Hall: Open for Questions, Comments, and Discussion – R. Golden

Mark your calendar for upcoming Faculty/Staff Meetings:

2023-2024 Academic Year
Fall: October 23, 2023
Winter: January 22, 2024
Spring: April 15, 2024
2024-2025 Academic Year
Fall: October 28, 2024

Materials from past Faculty/Staff Meetings:

Winter 2023:

Fall 2022:

Spring 2022:

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Fall 2021:

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Fall 2020:

Summer 2020:

Spring 2020:

Questions about this event? Contact SMPH Signature Events at

Accessibility statement: 
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is committed to accessibility. If you need an accommodation to attend or participate in this event, please contact the SMPH signature events team at We ask that accommodation requests be made no less than two weeks before an event. We will make a thorough attempt to fulfill requests made after this date but cannot guarantee they will be met.