Four faculty members inducted into ADME

Clewing, Milman, Waer and Wieters newest members of College of Medicine’s Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators
July 26, 2019

Johanna Clewing, MD, Robert Milman, MD, Amy Waer, MD, and J. Scott Wieters, MD, were inducted into the Texas A&M College of Medicine Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators (ADME).

Clewing is an adjunct assistant professor at the College of Medicine’s Houston campus. She serves as the internal medicine executive clerkship director as well as the assistant program director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Houston Methodist Hospital.

Milman serves as the assistant dean for academic affairs (clinical) and is a clinical assistant professor at the College of Medicine’s Round Rock campus. He is the current chair of the College of Medicine’s Curriculum Committee.

Waer is the executive dean for education and academic programs at the College of Medicine’s Bryan campus. She also serves as the interim department head for the Department of Medical Education and is a clinical professor.

Wieters is currently the interim associate campus dean for the Temple campus and is a clinical assistant professor. He has served as the clerkship director for emergency medicine at the Temple campus.

The ADME is made up of faculty members who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship throughout their careers. The academy is committed to promoting excellence in medical education at the College of Medicine by:

  • Supporting teaching excellence through coaching and mentorship
  • Developing and delivering faculty development workshops
  • Advancing curriculum and instruction through promoting innovative practices
  • Facilitating educational research and scholarship

— Tim Schnettler