The 2014 ADEA Regional Allied Dental Accreditation Workshop and the ADEA Regional Faculty Development Workshop will take place July 21–22 in Los Angeles.
Each year, ADEA has the opportunity to make appointments to a number of committees, commissions and task forces within the organization, as well as similar appointments to external groups and organizations.
ADEA’s Advocacy and Governmental Relations portfolio (AGR) is offering its ADEA Advocacy Workshop series to ADEA members.
Advances in Educational Methods for Allied Health Educators, a popular ADEA/AAL IAHE course, has been updated to feature two new modules that are much in demand: evidence-based practices in teaching and classroom civility.
This interprofessional program offers three days of leadership development and career guidance for new, current, and future chairs, department heads, assistant and associate deans, and other academic managers.
The ADEA/AAL Institute for Teaching and Learning (ADEA/AAL ITL) has earned a reputation as dental education’s most comprehensive teacher training program.
ADEA has developed a State Advocacy Toolkit, enabling members to more effectively advocate for dental education and dental and craniofacial research.
ADEA members are invited to nominate candidates for the Association’s 2015–16 Chair-elect of the ADEA Board of Directors.