USciences Faculty Present at Lilly Conference


Published on April 4, 2018

More than a dozen faculty members are presenting at the Lilly-Bethesda Conference on May 30 to June 3, 2018.

The presentations include: 

  • "A problem-solving session for faculty developers and How Have You Used Learning-Centered Teaching?" Phyllis Blumberg, PhD.
  • "Novel Learning Strategies to Increase Student Engagement in Inter-professional Education" Nabila Enam MOTR/L, RYT, Deborah Summers MS, PA-C, and Barbara Kellar, PT, MS, DPT, ADCE.
  • "A Poverty Simulation to Facilitate Awareness of Urban Poverty" Yardlee Kauffman, PharmD, MPH, and Nick Owens, PharmD, BCPS.
  • "Implementation of ALEKS, a Responsive-Adaptive Learning System, in Freshman Chemistry" Madhu  Mahalingam, PhD, and  Elizabetta Fasella, PhD.
  • "Long-term simulations and e-portfolios for health professional students" Judy Parker-Kent, OTD, EdS, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA.
  • "LGBT Topics workshop: AN Approach to multidisciplinary cultural competency training" Charell Porter, PharmD, Brooklyn Cobb, PharmD, and Diane Hadley, PharmD. 
  • "How to enhance the flipped classroom approach" Roberto Ramos, PhD.

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