The Adult Learning and Development (ALD) Program invites faculty, students and administrators to a special event with Dr. Ronald M Cervero, Professor, Uniformed Service University of the Health Sciences
Thursday, September 12th from 2:30 to 3:30 pm
Julka Hall 191
Please join us!
Ronald M. Cervero is Professor in the School of Medicine’s Graduate Programs in Health Professions Education at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), a federal government health science university that prepares its graduates as medical professionals for service to the US at home and abroad in the medical corps. Dr. Cervero has provided intellectual and organizational leadership for the field of adult education and continuing health professions education throughout his career. He has researched and published extensively on issues concerning the politics of adult education program planning and evaluation and continuing professional development in health professions education. He serves on the Executive Editorial Board for the Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions and has provided leadership for the National Academy of Medicine’s Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professions Education. His professional honors include:
- The 2018 Dave Davis Research in Continuing Medical Education Award by the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education.
- Delivering speeches and keynotes for:
- the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health
- The Alliance for Continuing Medical Education
- The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
- Harvard Medical School
- Vanderbilt University Medical School
- Marine Corps University
- HHS’s Bureau of Health Professions
- The American Occupational Therapy Association
The Medical Association of Georgia.
G is for Gun Documentary Screening
A thirty-minute documentary film exploring the highly controversial trend of armed faculty and staff in K-12 schools. Co hosted by: Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning (CASAL) and Curriculum & Foundations (C&F).
Only five years ago this practice was practically unheard of, but since the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012, it has spread to as many as thirteen states. Often without public knowledge, there are teachers, administrators, custodians, nurses, and bus drivers carrying guns in America’s schools. G is for Gun documents a growing program in Ohio that is training school staff to respond to active shooter situations with guns, and follows the story of one Ohio community divided over arming its teachers.
After the screening, there will be a 45 minute Q & A with the filmmaker Kate Way.
Date: November 1st, 5-7pm
Location: Music Building - Drinko Hall
R.S.V.P. Sarah Henley, CASAL Department email@example.com