Spring ’19 Faculty Focus Highlights Collaborative Endeavors
Teaching and teamwork go hand in hand, as the latest Faculty Focus magazine illustrates. This third annual issue shares inspiring stories about collaborative on- and off-campus efforts undertaken by several of our outstanding faculty, staff, and students whose passion for learning and instruction knows no bounds.
Faculty Focus can be accessed online by clicking here, or in printed form at various University of Findlay offices and locations.
This year’s in-depth features include:
- Hollowed Ground: Communications Professor Megan Adams, Ph.D., provides insight into her digital storytelling teaching methods at UF and her academic research conducted in West Virginia.
- Old School: Gerontology Professor Meredith Pitt, J.D., uses hands-on techniques to teach her students about the age-old fundamentals of old age.
- Mission Accomplished: Tim Burkhart, Pharm.D., Cynthia Goodwin, O.T.D., and Crystal Weitz, M.B.A., have been facilitating pharmacy and occupational therapy student-led healthcare and lifestyle classes offered at City Mission, Findlay, Ohio’s homeless shelter.
- Acoustic Academics: A new ultrasound course is giving animal science students additional learning opportunities that will make them more competitive when they apply for graduate school. Making the course possible are Susan Perry, M.Ed.; Richard States, D.H.Sc.; Brandon Forshey, DVM, MS; Heather Duval Foote, M.A.E.; Sarah Niece; and Jeffrey Frye, Ph.D.
- Read, Play, Love: Mary Munger, Ph.D., has been incorporating innovative children’s literacy initiatives at various community locations for years.
Also included in the Spring 2019 Faculty Focus is the Adjunct Spotlight page featuring Paul T. Wilson, Ed.D., and listings of compelling and impactful faculty presentations and publications from this past year.