Senior Director of Curricular Affairs Mary Hauser and Senior Director of Medical Student Education Elizabeth Steadman will lead a range of initiatives.
The UNC School of Medicine Office of Medical Education has recently welcomed two new staff leaders.
Senior Director of Curricular Affairs Mary Hauser, PhD, joined the team from Public Impact, a not for profit organization that works to improve K-12 education across the country. She has a PhD in curriculum design from Stanford University and is an experienced teacher. She will lead staff on the curricular side of the medical education program and will work closely with course directors and other faculty to refine curriculum and assessments.
Senior Director of Medical Student Education Elizabeth Steadman, PhD, has worked in the School of Medicine since 2017, most recently as senior director of Student Affairs. She was instrumental in enhancing mental health and wellness services for UNC School of Medicine students and played a key role in the recent successful Liaison Committee on Medical Education visit. In her new role, she will help with strategic oversight of the different parts of the medical education program, will supervise the senior directors of Student Affairs and the senior director of Curricular Affairs, and help with budgets.