Continuing and Distance Education Director NamedAugust 19, 2016
Tina Chiu, MEd, will coordinate continuing education, online and certificate programs.
PCOM recently named Tina Chiu, MEd, as the College’s inaugural director for continuing
and distance education. In this role, she will work across academic disciplines, coordinating
continuing education programs as well as online graduate and certificate programs. She has experience and expertise
in continuing medical education as well as conference planning, facilitation and budgeting.
Most recently, Ms. Chiu served as a project director for the College of Population
Health at Thomas Jefferson University, where she was responsible for the overall direction,
coordination, implementation, execution and control over specific project deadlines.
Ms. Chiu’s new position comes as the Department of Academic Technologies broadens
its scope to better meet the institution’s strategic goal of expanding its educational
mission and footprint. As a result, the department will now be known as the Department of Professional Development and Online Learning and will continue to be led by Erik Langenau, DO, MS, chief academic technology officer.
In addition to providing faculty development and instructional design support across
PCOM’s academic disciplines, the department will now also work to expand continuing
education offerings, continuing medical education, and degree programs beyond the
“We are pleased to welcome Tina and we look forward to expanding our academic and
continuing medical education opportunities to professionals not only in Pennsylvania
and Georgia, but across the country,” said Dr. Langenau.
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