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Academy of Medical Educators

The Academy of Medical Educators was established in June 2012 to provide a forum for higher levels
of participation, training and recognition of faculty educators. Our membership is an interdisciplinary
group of educators who are dedicated to promoting excellence, innovation and scholarship in teaching
and education.

The Academy is supported by the Dean's Office of the College of Medicine. Debra
Hazen-Martin, Ph.D., Leonie L. Gordon, M.D. and Paul J. McDermott, Ph.D. serve as Co-directors and
work closely with the Academy’s Executive Council and Committees.


Upcoming Events

College of Medicine Faculty Development for Educators

The College of Medicine has established a new program for offering opportunities for faculty and staff to increase their medical education knowledge and skills. Most sessions are open for participation by the entire MUSC family. Some sessions may have breakout segments or discussion formats that will limit the number and type of attendees.

August 8
Bioengineering Bldg  Auditorium

Higher Education Policy Seminar

Scott Lewis, JD

Partner with the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM) with over 20 years of experience as a student affairs administrator and consultant in higher education.

This cross-college collaboration will provide medical educators, course directors, and administrators with a better understanding of how higher education policy affects them and their daily interactions with students and faculty.

Schedule of Events

October 23
Wellness Center Auditorium
October 24
Bioengineering Bldg Auditorium

Team-based Learning and Team Science Seminar

Competencies for team science education, training and practice

Wayne T. McCormack, PhD

Distinguished Teaching Scholar and Professor, Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine Director, Clinical and Translational Science Doctoral Programs Director, UF Health Office of Biomedical Research Career Development Past-President, Team-Based Learning Collaborative Past-Chair, Society of Teaching Scholars University of Florida College of Medicine

Team-based Learning: Lessons from a National Collaborative
Gazes 125

The College of Medicine is sponsoring a special session on team-based learning. The session is open to all COM faculty, and we encourage all faculty and staff who are on the design team for the new FLEX Curriculum to please attend. Dinner will be served. Please RSVP to Kathy Brower
Team Science Seminar
BEB Auditorium BEB 110

Open to all. Competencies for team science education, training and practice.
Question? Contact: Dayan Ranwala, PhD
Associate Director, SCTR Pilot Project and Team Science Programs
South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research (SCTR) Institute, MUSC



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