The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is pleased to announce that Stephanie Sarandos, has been selected to serve as the assistant dean for evaluation.
In this role, Sarandos will be responsible for all aspects of medical doctor program evaluation, ensuring the continuous quality improvement of all courses, clerkships and phases of the medical doctor curriculum at the main campus in Washington, D.C., as well as at the new GW Regional Medical Campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
“Stephanie has a track record of success, and we are very pleased that she will be stepping into this role,” said Richard Simons, senior associate dean for medical doctor programs. “Her attention to detail, close relationships with members of the SMHS community and her experience in this area, make her the right person to take on this critically important role.”
Sarandos’ duties leading all aspects of program evaluation will include the supervision of data collection, compilation/analysis and interpretation. She also will be responsible for activities related to the preparation and dissemination of program evaluation data reports, an essential function for robust program evaluation and improvement, as well as ensuring all relevant accreditation standards are met.