Please join in welcoming Douglas F. Kauffman, PhD, the new Associate Chair for Education in the Department of Surgery.

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Dr. Kaufman graduated Cum Laude from the University Of Minnesota Institute Of Child Development with a BA in Child Psychology. He obtained an MS in Educational Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a PhD in Psychological and Cultural Studies: Cognition, Learning, and Development also from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Most recently, Dr. Kaufman was a tenured Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Prior to that, he was an Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Assistant Professor of Education at Eastern Connecticut State University; and Assistant Professor of Measurement and Research Methods in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Oklahoma.

Dr. Kaufmann’s research interests include instructional innovations designed to improve students’ learning, cognition and self-regulation in complex learning environments. In his role as Associate Chair for Education, Dr. Kauffmann serves as a faculty member in the Department of Surgery, with specific responsibility for the development and administration of educational programs offered by and within the department to medical students, other professional students, surgery residents and department faculty and staff. His research agenda will include efforts to improve the efficiency and efficacy of our teaching and learning, thus advancing the field of Surgical Education.

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