The Office of Educational Affairs (OEA) is responsible for the medical education program, including curricular development, evaluation and assessment; centralized management of the curriculum; overseeing and administering educational grants; supporting the teaching faculty through faculty development programs; providing administrative support for education-related faculty committees; and scheduling space for classes, conferences, and meetings on the Health Sciences campus.
The Office of Educational Affairs also manages the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center (CSSC) a 9,000 square foot training facility located at 35 Kneeland Street, 3rd floor.
Specific curricular responsibilities of the OEA include: scheduling and administering the first- and second-year medical school academic programs, including Competency based Apprenticeship in Primary Care (CAP), Selectives and the Problem-Based Learning program. The OEA also coordinates specialized clinical programs such as Standardized Patient programs and a number of medical education electives.
Also, faculty may be interested in the many teaching opportunities at TUSM.
The OEA is a highly student-centered office and maintains an open-door policy. Please feel free to contact us or stop by!