The ADEA/AAL Compass Program for Academic Advancement provides early- and mid-career faculty with guidance and understanding about skills critical to academic success.
“The ADEA Summer Program for Emerging Academic Leaders is a great program for faculty wanting to get more involved in academics. It provided good opportunities to learn, network and collaborate with like-minded people.”
ADEA’s Advocacy and Governmental Relations portfolio (AGR) is offering its ADEA Advocacy Workshop series to ADEA members.
Nancy Stannert, RDH, of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) is producing a DVD training program that teaches nursing assistants who work in long-term care facilities how to provide oral care for residents.
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.
This highly interactive program focuses on helping faculty plan and implement successful academic careers by cultivating leadership, facilitating networking with colleagues and providing mentorship from leaders in dental education.
Two observations led Catherine Flaitz, D.D.S., M.S., in search of a better way to teach. She saw students focused on electronic health records and failing to make eye contact with their patients.
About 200 people attending the ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition in San Antonio in March arrived a day early to catch the 2014 ADEA Signature Series.