Cornell Veterinary Educators Academy

Cornell Veterinary Educators Academy

The Cornell Veterinary Educators Academy provides innovative programming for educators and professionals in veterinary medicine and the health professions. Based upon a community of practice model, it provides opportunities for faculty and others interested in developing a sophisticated and shared framework for thinking about education, building networks with like-minded colleagues, sharing ideas, and learning from each other.

Programming from the Cornell Veterinary Educators Academy also provides opportunities for faculty to develop skills and scholarship related to teaching that will help them advance in their careers.

Offering bi-annual conferences, a Fellows program, and topical seminars comprising “Currents in Education,” the academy helps veterinary faculty, practitioners and trainees hone their teaching skills in traditional classroom and clinical environments.

Join us for our next conference:

“(Re)Assessing Assessment: Considerations for Clinical Competence and Curriculum”

January 12-14, 2024
Sarasota, Florida
Register Now

Conference Highlights

Keynote Presentations:

Yoon Soo Park, PhD - 

“Measuring Competence through Systems of Assessments: Best Practices and Guidelines for Clinical Assessments”

Calvin Chou, MD, PhD and John C. Penner, MD -

 “Remediation for Learners in Health Professions: A Mid-course Correction”


John C. Penner, MD -

“Assessing and Remediating Clinical Reasoning in the Wild: Strategies for Frontline Clinician Educators”

Calvin Chou, MD, PhD -

 “Remediation of Professionalism in Health Professions”
More Conference Information...