Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase


The Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase (The Showcase) is a program sponsored by the Academy of Distinguished Educators for the purpose of highlighting the breadth of scholarly clinical and educational research being conducted by the faculty at NYU Dentistry. The specific goals of this program are:

  • To promote the outstanding patient treatment and teaching being performed at NYU Dentistry
  • To emphasize the role that faculty play in both the education of our students and the treatment of our patient population
  • To give faculty an opportunity to present examples of their work to the University community
  • To give faculty a venue for academic portfolio development with the goal of creating high levels of scholarly activity that will be submitted for publication.
Academy of Distinguished Educators

The Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase (The Showcase) is a program sponsored by the Academy of Distinguished Educators for the purpose of highlighting the breadth of scholarly clinical and educational research being conducted by the faculty at NYU Dentistry. The specific goals of this program are:

  • To promote the outstanding patient treatment and teaching being performed at NYU Dentistry
  • To emphasize the role that faculty play in both the education of our students and the treatment of our patient population
  • To give faculty an opportunity to present examples of their work to the University community
  • To give faculty a venue for academic portfolio development with the goal of creating high levels of scholarly activity that will be submitted for publication.

2024 Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase

June 3rd - 4th, 2024

433 First Avenue, 11th floor Executive Conference Room
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Call for Presentations  

The NYU Dentistry community wants to learn about your advancements in teaching and clinical education. New, original, or ongoing work is welcome for submission. In addition, if you presented at ADEA, IADR, or are presenting at another conference, please consider submitting your abstract to present at the Academy Showcase.  

To submit your abstract, please complete the abstract submission form. The deadline for submission of abstracts is April 1, 2024.

We are excited to announce there will be three types of presentations accepted for the 2024 ADE Showcase.  

Presentation Types:

  • Clinical Case: A clinical case presentation serves as a comprehensive and dynamic platform to highlight the practical skills, clinical expertise, and problem-solving capabilities of dental/dental hygiene students working in conjunction with faculty mentors that demonstrates the integration of theoretical knowledge into real-world dental practice, fostering a deeper understanding of patient care and professional competence. Patient information should be de-identified and consent obtained.
  • Educational Research: Research in dental/dental hygiene education can cover a wide range of topics aimed at improving teaching methods, curriculum design, student learning outcomes, and overall educational practices within dental schools. IRB required.
  • New Educational Idea: Makes a significant contribution to dental/dental hygiene education, attracting a diverse audience across various sections and disciplines within the field. The ideas presented are poised to captivate a large number of participants, showcasing their relevance and forward-looking nature. IRB is not required.

Important Dates:

Applicants will be notified of decisions by May 3, 2024. If accepted, presenters will be asked to submit a maximum of 5 slides to present for the event and a poster format for archiving purposes on the Academy website. Templates will be provided. Deadline for the final submission of presentations is May 31, 2024.

Showcase dates 2024

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There is a maximum of 4 authors per abstract accepted.

 

Students may be listed as authors, but the presentation must be given by a faculty member.

 

Yes, this information can be presented as part of the New Educational Idea category. Showcasing the idea will inspire others, which may lead to collaboration with colleagues who have similar interests, and may form the basis for an educational research project going forward. If any data was collected, this would constitute educational research, which would require IRB approval or exemption to present.  

There is a maximum word count for the title at 10 words, and maximum of 250 words for the abstract.

Abstracts should include a background/purpose, methods/descriptions, and summary of findings/conclusions.

Abstracts are evaluated to determine originality and new information, appropriateness for the Showcase venue, nature of the topic, organization, and completeness.

There is a requirement for one of the authors, which must be a faculty member, to be available to present at the time the Showcase is being conducted.

Presenters will be presenting slides (5 maximum). However, a poster is requested in addition to use for archive purposes on the web page. Templates will be provided upon acceptance.

Presentations will be judged on design of the project/case/topic, originality and relevance, scientific relevance, and appearance. Prizes will be awarded.