Dr. Alice Chuang named president-elect of UNC’s Academy of Educators

Dr. Chuang's president-elect duties are effective in July, and she will begin serving as president in July 2017.

Dr. Alice Chuang, associate professor of women’s primary health at UNC OB-GYN and OB-GYN clerkship director, was recently named president-elect of the Academy of Educators at the UNC School of Medicine.

The UNC School of Medicine Academy of Educators was founded in October 2006 as a part of the School's strategic plan to enhance research and scholarship towards excellence in teaching.

The mission of the academy is to promote and support excellence in teaching and the work and career paths of excellent teachers; to promote and fund curricular innovation, evidence-based curricular change and a scholarly approach to the education mission; and to provide a forum for education leadership and advice for the Dean, Vice Dean for Medical Education and the leadership of the curriculum.

 

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