The Gies Awards, named after dental education pioneer William J. Gies, Ph.D., debuted in 2008 and honor individuals and organizations that exemplify the highest standards in oral health and dental education, research and leadership.
The fair offers dental school admissions officers face-to-face interaction with an anticipated 500 predental students, plus networking opportunities with prehealth advisors.
Four ADEA/AAL IAHE courses, with exclusive sponsorship from Colgate, are now open for registration.
Apply by March 1, 2015 for this interactive, three-day program complete with self- and peer-assessment exercises and individual coaching sessions.
Don’t miss four days of plenary sessions with world-renowned presenters, faculty development workshops and an exhibit hall with many of dental education’s premier partners and solutions providers.
Faculty teams will come together to create actionable plans for implementing projects that advance interprofessional curricula, learning experiences and assessment, in collaboration with community partners for improving population health.
ADEA, in collaboration with the Academy for Academic Leadership (AAL), is offering a variety of professional development opportunities in 2015 for faculty and academic leaders.
The fifth of its kind in North Carolina, the CSLCs provide expert dental care to patients statewide.
Two years ago, U-M announced the Third Century Initiative, which challenged faculty to develop innovative, multi-disciplinary teaching and scholarship approaches in advance of the school’s bicentennial in 2017.
Not only does IPE encourage collaboration across disciplines, but it can also afford students in health professions the chance to observe cases and patients they wouldn’t normally be able to see.