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New GAME inductees Bill Nelson, Vincent Memoli, Jeffrey Kuvin, Justin Mowchun, and Patricia Lanter with Geisel dean Duane Compton.

New Members Inducted into Geisel Academy of Master Educators

Four new faculty were inducted into to the Geisel Academy of Master Educators and another honored with a lifetime achievement award. The Academy of Master Educators are a distinguished group of faculty nominated by their colleagues for their demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and medical education.

Road to Geisel: Class of ’21, Part 2

Road to Geisel: Class of ’21, Part 2

Meet some of the members of the Geisel School of Medicine’s Class of 2021—KC Collier, Tianrae Chu, and Allie Morgan—as they share their stories about what brought them to the Dartmouth community and why they wanted to pursue a career in medicine.

Bill Eidtson, EdD, Geisel’s director of learning support and accessibility services. (photo by Jon Gilbert Fox)

Bill Eidtson: Informal Modes of Education

When Bill Eidtson, Geisel’s director of learning support and accessibility services, talks about his interest in education, the conversation is punctuated with lively observations on educational technology and satire, which on the surface appear to be unrelated. However, he believes they can help people develop critical thinking skills.

Save the Date – Leading Voices in Medical Education Grand Rounds on November 30

Save the Date – Leading Voices in Medical Education Grand Rounds on November 30

Greg Ogrinc, MD, MS, Interim Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education, invites you to attend the next Leading Voices in Medical Education Grand Rounds on Thursday Nov. 30 from noon to 1:30 PM in Auditorium G at DHMC. Margaret Chisolm, MD, Vice Chair for Education, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine will present on social media in medical education.

Going Beyond the Books at Geisel (Video)

Going Beyond the Books at Geisel (Video)

Learning about the challenges medically underserved populations face, or have faced, is essential to providing good care. Created by students from Geisel School of Medicine, Beyond the Books gives voice to these community members and teaches future physicians the value of listening.