There are two primary offices that support the educational mission of the medicine program in the College of Medicine: The Office of Admissions and Student Affairs and the Office of Medical Education. The Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs oversees both of these offices (Gerald F. Moore, M.D., Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs). The offices are located on the fourth floor of the Michael F. Sorrell Center for Health Sciences. Additionally, faculty in the College of Medicine play a major role in the educational process of the medical students in both the pre-clinical and clinical years.
The Office of Admissions and Student Affairs
Room: MSC 4046 Telephone: 402.559.2259
The Office of Admissions and Student Affairs is responsible for recruiting, advising, and processing of applications for the College of Medicine. Additionally, the office provides support to students throughout their medical education. This includes, but is not limited to, career and personal counseling, monitoring academic progress, clinical scheduling for third and fourth year students, development of the MSPE (Medical Student Performance Evaluation), assistance with ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) and the Honors Convocation and Hooding Ceremony for senior students.
Jeffrey Harrison, MD, Associate Dean for Admissions
Alan R. Erickson, MD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Wendy J. Grant, MD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Beau S. Konigsberg, MD, Assistant Dean for Admissions
Lindsay Meyer, Admissions/Recruitment Coordinator
Student Affairs Office
Lisa Paquette, BGS, Program Coordinator
The Office of Medical Education
Room: MSC 4023 Telephone: 402.559.8682
The primary responsibility of the Office of Medical Education (OME) is to provide logistical and educational support to faculty and students in the delivery of the MD curriculum. This includes, but is not limited to: student orientation, course delivery, assessment, educational technology, simulation, course and faculty evaluations, accreditation, and educational research.
Accreditation & Compliance
Renee Alley, BS, LCME Coordinator
Educational Support and Assessment
Kari Anzalone-Stavneak, BS, Lead Education Program Coordinator II
Ron Bechdolt, Education Program Coordinator II
Patti Carstens, MS, CHSE, Simulation Curriculum Development
Sonia Ditter, BGS, AAA, Office Associate II
Jami Monico, MS, Ed, Instructional Technologist II
Tamra Nielson, BA, Assessment Coordinator
Sue Pope, Special Assistant