Faculty Development: Teaching Scholars Program


The WVU Health Sciences Faculty Development Program Teaching Scholars Program focuses on developing educational theories/technologies as well as promoting educational skills, critical thinking and innovative approaches among Health Sciences faculty. Individuals must apply and be accepted to the program at the beginning of the academic year.


Fall Schedule:

  • Sept. 5: Orientation, Rashida Khakoo, MD
  • Sept. 12: Multiple Intelligence, Susan Newfield, PhD
  • Sept. 19: Students With Complex Learning Issues, Susan Newfield, PhD
  • Sept. 26: The Philosophy of Education, Amy Kuhn, EdD
  • Oct. 3: Theories of Learning, Melissa Patchan, PhD
  • Oct. 10: Case Based Learning, Jessica Perini, MD
  • Oct. 17: Interprofessional Education, Gina Baugh, PharmD
  • Oct. 24: Assessment Principles, Approaches and Barriers, Marie Abate, PharmD
  • Oct. 31: Large Group Teaching, Karen Woodfork, PhD
  • Nov. 7: WVU Holiday
  • Nov. 14: Feedback, Rashida Khakoo, MD
  • Nov. 21: Rubrics, Marie Abate, PharmD
  • Nov. 28: Intergenerational Challenges, Lydia Mong, MA
  • Dec. 5: Clinical Teaching, Rashida Khakoo, MD
  • Dec. 12: Creating Your Professional Development Portfolio, Tracey Beckley, EdD