The Gateway Curriculum is searching for individuals to act as facilitators for several elements of the new curriculum. Selected faculty, fellows and residents will lead a variety of discussions and interactions with students, in collaboration with the module director. Please note you do not need to be a content expert and that some training is required. To […]
The Learner Assessment for Program Leaders is a longitudinal faculty development course sponsored by the Academy of Educators.
CIPE announces it’s 2019-2020 professional development opportunities themed “Collaborative Communication”
Photos from the Annual AAMC Learn Serve Lead conference, November 2-6, 2018, Austin, Texas.
The Program in Occupational Therapy will hold its annual Community Partners Appreciation Event on Oct. 17 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Organized by the Program’s Community Engagement Council, the event brings together and recognizes organizations that provide research, educational and clinical experiences to our students. The program includes networking, a presentation on ways we partner […]
Joy Snider, MD, PhD, has been awarded an NIH research training grant for neurodegenerative disease research. Koong-Nah Chung, PhD, Associate Dean for Medical Student Research, will collaborate with Dr. Snider on the five-year project. The grant will support two WUSM medical students and two students from Meharry Medical College in the Summer Research Program each […]
On June 9th at the Botanical Gardens, 105 members of WUSM Faculty, Staff and students gathered together to discuss an official “kick-off” to WUSM’s Curriculum Renewal process. The day was a mix of small and large group activities designed to address some of the most pressing questions facing the Medical Education community today: What does […]
Saturday, June 9, 2018, 8AM-5PM, Missouri Botanical Gardens–Orthwein Hall Agenda Items for the Retreat Include: Define what makes a current WUSM student Special and a WUSM Medical Education unique Make predictions about what the future of Medicine looks like Based on this information, develop recommendations about the goals for curriculum renewal Please RSVP to Ashley Webb […]
The Kick-Off Retreat for students, faculty and staff who are interested in contributing to the renewal process is scheduled for Saturday June 9, 2018 from 8:00 am-5:00 pm at the Missouri Botanical Gardens in Orthwein Hall. The Retreat will be facilitated by Drs Nichole Zehnder and Rita Lee of the CU School of Medicine. The […]
As we move into kicking off the curriculum renewal efforts with Dr. Irby’s visit and the retreat, the Office of Education would like to ask that anyone who does not receive regular email announcements and would like to be included on the distribution list for further Curriculum Renewal activities please reach out to Ashley Webb […]