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The Academy of Educators, housed within the Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development, is pleased to announce the 2020-21 Mentored Member Program cohort.

Launched last year, the program’s second cohort is made up of 12 new faculty members from various departments and specialties. Within this program, Mentored Members have the opportunity to learn teaching skills and educational research methods, as well as how to critically appraise educational scholarship while being mentored by a senior member of the Academy of Educators.

By participating, Mentored Members are able to:

  • Be connected with an established faculty mentor, with similar interests, who is a senior member of the Academy,
  • Learn about and connect with educators in the Academy community, and
  • Learn about educational theory through participating in a journal club on education scholarship.

This year, the Mentored Member Program is co-led by Christina Shenvi, MD, PhD from the Department of Emergency Medicine, and new co-leader Neil Shah, MD from the Department of Medicine.

The 2020-21 cohort is (also pictured from left to right):

Courtney Brantley – Pediatrics
Hannah Coletti – Medicine and Pediatrics
Christine DeMason – Otolaryngology
Denise Fraga – Emergency Medicine
James Ho – Neurology
Duncan McLean – Anesthesiology
Rimma Osipov – Medicine
Arielle Perez – Surgery
Lorene Temming – Obstetrics and Gynecology
Alyssa Tilly – Medicine
Kathleen Wang – Pediatrics
Michael Wang – Neurology
Not pictured: James Ho – Neurology

View our website to learn more about the program and upcoming Mentored Member Journal Clubs.