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.


Spring Schedule:

  • Jan. 9: Writing Letters of Recommendation, Christopher S. Kiefer, MD
  • Jan. 16: Writing Multiple Choice Questions I, Christopher J. Martin, MD
  • Jan. 23: Writing Multiple Choice Questions II, Christopher J. Martin, MD
  • Jan. 30: Implementation Science, Robin Pollini, PhD
  • Feb. 6: Implementing the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning SOTL, Scott Cottrell, EdD
  • Feb. 13: Sampling & Estimation, Scott Cottrell, EdD
  • Feb. 20: Survey Research I, Lesley Cottrell, PhD             
  • Feb. 27: Teaching Asynchronous Course, Bethany Barone Gibbs, PhD
  • March 5: Ethics in Scholarly Research, Albert Berrebi, PhD
  • March 12: Spring Break
  • March 19: Quest for Best I, Lydia Mong, MA, and Erin Kelley, JD
  • March 26: Quest for Best II, Lydia Mong, MA, and Erin Kelley, JD
  • April 2: Qualitative Research Design, Elizabeth Claydon, PhD
  • April 9: Qualitative Research Methods, Elizabeth Claydon, PhD
  • April 16: Basics of Simulation, Christy Barnhart, DHSc
  • April 23: Application of Learning Management Systems, Dorian Williams, MD
  • April 30: Barriers to Writing Manuscripts, Laurie Theeke, PhD
  • May 7: Leadership, Leslie Miele
  • May 14: WVU Holiday
  • May 21: Survey Research II, Lesley Cottrell, PhD