The Office of Educational Affairs (OEA) is primarily responsible for the medical school academic programs. This includes, but is not limited to, curriculum design and development, system-wide evaluation, and faculty development. Additionally, the office coordinates scheduling classroom facilities in the Sackler, Biomedical Research and Public Health Building (M&V wing), Posner, and Jaharis buildings and maintains the school’s Clinical Skills and Simulation Center. The OEA collaborates closely with the offices of Student Affairs, Registrar, and Professional Degree Programs. It actively promotes academic excellence through support of grant participation for innovative programs and oversees and coordinates the school’s preparation for accreditation review by the LCME.
The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for Day-to-day coordination of elements of the second -year curriculum (TUSK, syllabi, exams preparation). Course syllabi – editing and reformatting. Create and maintain course material to upload to LMS (TUSK).Small group administration. Exam coordination and proctoring. Support exam preparation and implementation; proctor students with accommodations.Implementing non-standard preclinical curricular courses and programs, including: Patient Presentations; Practical Approaches to Wellness; Meditation (COMPASS); and, Healer’s Art.Resource for faculty and students in the use of Echo, TUSK, Examsoft, Pressbooks, and audience response systems. Front office duties, including trouble-shooting equipment issues, ordering and stocking supplies.Maintaining the calendar of the Dean for the OEA.Provide administrative support for weekly OEA curriculum team meetings. Provide administrative support for other curricular meetings as needed, .e.g, Educational Strategic Planning committeesGeneral support for faculty, students as well as Director with course material.