Mission of Committee:
The Program Evaluation and Assessment Subcommittee (PEAS) is charged with compiling and monitoring data from a variety of outcomes measures, analyzing the information, and providing recommendations to the Curriculum Committee for improved methods of teaching and/or assessment. It coordinates the collection of assessment information from individual modules/clerkships, as well as other longitudinal data to create meaningful performance reports for module, subcommittee, and Curriculum Committee review.
The Program Evaluation and Assessment Subcommittee (PEAS) is composed of six elected faculty members (four biomedical science and two clinical) and two elected student representatives. The Faculty Representation Committee (FRC) has oversight of the faculty election process. These eight members constitute the voting members of the committee.
Members from the faculty serve a term of three years, with two members rotating off the committee each year. The student representatives on PEAS will serve a two-year term. At the end of the M1 year, the M1 class will elect a student representative that will serve on PEAS during their M2 and M3 years. The term will start on July 1 between the student’s M1 and M2 year.
This committee typically meets once per month. Chair of this committee serves ex-officio (voting) on the Curriculum Committee, which meets monthly.
Time Commitment per Year for Each Candidate?
Approximately 20 hours
Frequency of Meetings (i.e. monthly, weekly, June-December)?
Anna Blenda, Ph.D.
Co-Chair or Vice Chair:
Administrative Support Staff:
Emily Poveromo, MBA