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Ian McCoog, EdD

Assistant Professor of Medical Education
Department of Medical Education
North Campus

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
Medical Sciences Building
525 Pine St.
Scranton, PA 18509

Assistant Professor of Medical Education


Ian J. McCoog, EdD, specializes in 21st century skills, effective technology integration and humanities education. Prior to joining Gesinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Dr. McCoog was a K-12 teacher and administrator for 12 years. He has served as an adjunct professor in the School of Education at Bloomsburg University and through a partnership with Wilkes University.

Student research opportunities

Role of the humanities in medical education, 21st century teaching and learning

Recent publications

  • McCoog, I.J. (2021). The philosophical and psychological underpinnings of phenomenology as a qualitative research method. International Journal of Advanced Research, 9 (09).
  • McCoog, I.J. (2018). The role of the humanities in the 21st century college curriculum. PAECT Technology Education Research Journal, 2 (1).


EdD – Wilkes University in Educational Leadership with a focus in the areas of Curriculum and Instruction and Higher Education Administration
MEd – Bloomsburg University in Curriculum and Instruction
BA – Bloomsburg University in History and Philosophy