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Faculty Spotlight:  2020 TEACH Award Winners

This month we are highlighting the contributions, achievements, and innovations of our 2020 TEACH Award Winners. Seven outstanding faculty members were selected as this year’s winners after receiving 40+ nominations from learners, faculty, and staff across the health system. Below you will see snippets from each of the winner nominations that demonstrate the tremendous impact they have each had in education over the last year.

2020 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Award Winner

Jennifer Bath, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, CEN, TCRN (Trauma Services)

“I’d like to nominate Jennifer Bath for this award. Jen has a history of commitment to turning rigorously designed applied projects into research publications. She was part of Carilion Clinic’s TeamSTEPPS implementation team, which has continued to be used (to the present) in trauma. Jen is a seasoned educator, approaching her work using evidence of best practice, while also focusing on relationship throughout her teaching. She serves in multiple leadership roles, including (but not limited to) on the nursing education council, clinical nurse specialist council, patient education team and the department of surgery trauma performance improvement committee.  In her role as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, she has built and provided education to 1 international audience, 9 national audiences, and 54 regional audiences. She received an award for best oral abstract for her research on decreasing trauma readmission rates by implementing a call-back program, from the Society of Trauma Nurses in 2018. All of her work combines real-world problems, application of evidence from the literature, and robust measurement to determine if her implementation designs have made a difference. She also serves on the editorial board for Journal of Trauma Nursing and she is a member of the Nursing Research Collaborative at Carilion Clinic, helping to mentor early stage nursing researchers.  She also is a leader in the Virginia Chapter of Clinical Nurse Specialists, serving on the programming committee. She is the current Vice President of the Virginia Nurses Association. She has six peer reviewed publications, 11 reviewed abstracts and one book chapter that she has co-authored. She is a consummate collaborator, working with physicians and nurses on multiple research projects. Her research on team performance and team improvement through different education interventions is widely recognized in the trauma community, particularly in the nursing trauma community.  She’s currently engaged in the TEACH HERS (Health Professions Education Research Scholar) program focusing on developing a skills-based assessment for trauma nursing boot camp. Jen is currently pursuing her DNP from Radford, focusing on Improving Knowledge Retention in Nurses Caring for Trauma Patients Using a Boot Camp Design. Her work, while focused in trauma, is educationally oriented at a deep level. She has contributed to multiple publications, and is engaged internationally, nationally, and especially regionally. She frequently uses simulation and other modalities to better understand her learner’s needs. Jen is an ideal candidate for the award of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.”

2020 Feedback Award Winner

This year we received several powerful nominations for the Feedback Award making it impossible to select just one winner. Based on the compelling nominations two winners were selected to receive the 2020 Feedback Award.

Rebecca Pauly, MD (Internal Medicine)

“It is clear that Dr. Pauly incorporated all of the values expected in recipients of this award. She incorporates feedback into her daily routine and is instrumental in expanding feedback to other faculty members and learners both in formal and informal settings.  She delivers feedback in order to build on positive behavior and expand on this while eliminating unwanted behavior. She has been instrumental in improving the feedback between faculty and learners and between learners.  She emphasizes the importance of feedback in keeping and building on wanted behaviors.  In her teachings, she demonstrates a commitment receiving feedback from others also and uses this to build on her personal skills.”

2020 Feedback Award Winner

Emily Holt Foerst, MA (Student Affairs/Basic Science Education) 

“Emily is a true leader in this area, engaging with our VTCSOM students, faculty and staff on many levels and providing essential supportive feedback.  Emily is focused on giving feedback that is not only meaningful, but in a way that is data driven and will allow the individual to evolve and truly hear what she is saying.  She is able to give feedback in a manner that is trusted, appreciated and acted upon. She is always looking at new ways to provide feedback in a variety of ways.  As a leaders in this area, she has been instrumental in helping a team of faculty to devise ways to enhance students self-reflection in all aspects of the delivery.  Although her primary role is in student support, she infuses these tools into all areas of the curriculum in a way that rises us all up to receive feedback and find new ways to approach the topic.”

2020 Educator Mentorship Award Winner

Kathleen Dorey, PhD (Basic Science Education)

“It is not uncommon for faculty that are nearing retirement to stop innovating, rely on what they know to work and remain in their comfort zones. This is not the case with Dr. Kathy Dory who embodies the true meaning of innovative (not just contemporary). Dr. Dorey is unafraid to try something new and try it with confidence. When that new idea does not work she seeks feedback on her ideas from colleagues and tries again. When other faculty have made innovative changes to curricular structure she will provide feedback and more often than not embrace and implement the same innovations. Dr. Dorey does this while being a thoughtful, modern medical educator who I have seen be disappointed in a classroom activity, but who I have never seen retreat into her comfort zone.  Finally, her mentorship of a new junior faculty was fully present when this junior individual received a student teaching award from the Class of 2022. Although this individual is an excellent educator, Kathy’s mentorship was essential to her success.”

2020 Innovative Teaching Award Winner

David Trinkle, MD (Interprofessionalism/Psychiatry)

“Dr. Trinkle has been instrumental in the creation of innovative interprofessional education at VTCSOM since the school was founded.  His ability to creatively revise existing curricular content, as well as to design new course activities, has been remarkable and consistent over many years.  Dr. Trinkle demonstrates the ability to create new educational ideas “from scratch,” and then flesh out those ideas into tangible curricular experiences for medical students and other health professions learners.  More recently, Dr. Trinkle has been instrumental in transitioning the IPE learning domain to incorporate a broader, expanded focus on health systems science and interprofessional practice. He has provided positive energy and innovative ideas for how the school will incorporate the many new content areas related to health systems, and continues to serve on the course design teams that are turning these ideas into reality including content, assessment methods and alternative methods of instructional delivery. Lastly, Dr. Trinkle has worked collaboratively across various disciplines and organizations to deliver IPE content and mentored numerous faculty from a variety of disciplines and institutions, while maintaining a positive and collaborative spirit and earning the respect of all involved.  I can think of no one who better meets the criteria for this award.”

2020 Rising Star Award Winner

Natalie Karp, MD (Obstetrics and Gynecology)

Dr. Karp recently joined Virginia Tech Carilion faculty and immediately wanted to get involved in medical education. She took over the clerkship and standardized the curriculum and worked hard to listen to the student feedback and change processes that were in place for years and made them more contemporary such as putting our entire curriculum online and create a virtual classroom with all online lectures to educate our students. She volunteered our department as one of only a few departments that would pilot test the new virtual teaching opportunities in telehealth care. Dr. Karp has been praised for her work by the students in the form of personal evaluations and clerkship evaluations. She was the recipient of a National Faculty Teaching award last year given based on student evaluations, selected by the Class of 2020 to participate in the PEARLS (Personal Experience and Real Life Stuff) session for the class, and appointed by our Dean to be the Co-Leader of our Health Systems Science and Interprofessionalism Practice Domain. This individual is a true “rising star”.

2020 Excellence in Adaptive Teaching Award Winner

Some years we select to have a special award unique to the time, this year we created an award to acknowledge the tremendous efforts of our faculty in shifting their teaching online in response to Covid-19. The pandemic challenged us to find new, innovative ways to connect and teach our learners while adapting our content to meet the new formats. This award recognizes an individual who supported the continuation of teaching & learning in a new virtual education reality created by the pandemic.

Douglas Grider, MD (Basic Science Education)

“Dr. Grider created a virtual rotation for their specialty when VTCSOM had to pull students from direct patient care with 4th year students needing another month of credit-earning rotations and 3rd year students needing to stay engaged in education in order to remain on track. The developed virtual rotation not only served this purpose but has been very highly rated by each student who elected to take it.”

 

 

 


New TEACH Members 2020 (so far)!


TEACH Perks

Perk Winner TIE: Congratulations to Dr. Adegbenga Bankole and Dr. Chad DeMott for being selected as our last quarterly TEACH Perk Winner! Each quarter the TEACH member who attended the most OCPD and/or TEACH sessions is awarded a Java-the-Hut gift card. So, if you are looking for stimulating faculty development and the opportunity to win an extra caffeine boost, join us for as many TEACH sessions as you can!

 


TEACH Member Scholarly Activities

March 2020-August 2020 Academic Scholarly Activities

 State, Regional and National Faculty Presentations:

  •  Vari, R. C., M. S., N. O., S. C., & P. D., Assessment of Medical Science Educators for Promotion, an IAMSE sponsored symposium. [Symposium Panel] presented at OTTAWA:2020 Assessment of health professional and evalauation of programmes: best practice and future development., Virginia Tech; March, 2020, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Lareau, S. A., Adventure Learning: A new classroom for wilderness medicine education. [Keynote/Plenary Address] presented at WMS Summer Meeting; July 23, 2020, Snowmass, CO.
  • Lareau, S. A., Improv in Wilderness Medicine. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at WMS Winter Meeting, WMS; March 3, 2020, Sun Valley, ID.
  • Greenawald, M. H., Potts, S., McCrea, L., & Hepworth, J., AAFP Chief Resident Leadership Development Program Kick-off 2020. [Oral Presentation] presented at AAFP Chief Resident Leadership Development Program; July 22, 2020, Live Webinar.
  • Greenawald, M. H., Connection by Design: Enhancing Professional Connections in a Time of “Social Distancing.”. [Oral Presentation] presented at Physician Webinar Series, National Center for Healthcare Leadership; June 10, 2020, Online.
  • Tu, P., & James, S., Teaching OMM: The Fundamentals for Allopathic and Osteopathic Learners. [Oral Presentation] presented at ACOFP Virtual Program Director’s Workshop; March 17, 2020, Webinar.
  • Barraco, R. D., Musick, D. W., & Whalen, T. V., Planting the Seeds of Healthcare Leadership in our Future Physicians: Methods to our Madness? [Panel] presented at 2020 Annual Congress, American College of Healthcare Executives; March 26, 2020, Chicago, IL.
  • Morrow, C. B., Trinkle, D. B., Musick, D. W., & Tabor, J., Public Health and Medicine: The Role of Physicians in Society. [Oral Presentation] presented at Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges; March 13, 2020, Atlanta, GA.
  • Paget, C. J., Shotgun Approach or Selective Applications? Mentoring the Applicant. [Oral Presentation] presented at Surgery Education Week 2020, ASE/APDS; April 30, 2020, Virtual (Seattle, WA originally, COVID crisis).

Faculty Publications:

  •  Arulraja, E., Whicker, S. A., Shaver, K., Wells, L., Dallas, A. P., & Musick, D. W. (2020, April 17). Assessment of a Continuing Medical Education Intervention Designed to Change Physician Practice Regarding Blood Transfusion. Global Journal of Transfusion Medicine, 5(1), 44-50. doi: 10.4103/GJTM.GJTM_6_20.
  • Mullen, C. A., Boyles, E., Witcher, A. W., & Klimaitis, C. (2020, July 12). Dynamics shaping collaborative peer group mentoring among educational leaders. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 28(4), 1-23. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/13611267.2020.1793087.
  • Chandrasekar, A., Chavira, B., Kesar, V., Joseph, T., Rubio, M., & Kablinger, A. S. (2020, June 25). Hepatitis C screening, education, and linkage to care in an acute adult inpatient psychiatric unit. General Hospital Psychiatry(S0163-8343(20)30080-3). doi: 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2020.06.004.

 Faculty Abstracts and Posters:

  •  Wilhelm, E. D., Coleman, K. E., Fortuna, T. J., & Kees, D. W., Resident Supervision Levels Using QR-Codes. [Poster] presented at AAMC GRA ORR, AAMC; April 26, 2020, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Musick, D. W., Rudd, M., Torre, N., & Whicker, S. A., Faculty Development Related to Teaching: A Benchmark Survey. [Poster] presented at Group on Faculty Affairs Annual Meeting 2020, Association of American Medical Colleges; July 22, 2020, Portland, OR.
  • Musick, D. W., Whicker, S. A., Harrington, D. P., Johnson, C. A., & Torre, N., If You Build It, Will They Come? Developing a New Process for Completion of the Annual Academic Performance Evaluation. [Poster] presented at Group on Faculty Affairs Annual Meeting 2020, Association of American Medical Colleges; July 22, 2020, Portland, OR.
  • Musick, D. W., Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., & Torre, N., Faculty Development Related to Teaching: A Benchmark Survey. [Poster] presented at Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges; March 12, 2020, Atlanta, GA.
  • Murchison, A. B., & Kees, D. W., Assesssing the needs and needed support of residents and fellows who are breastfeeding. [Poster] presented at AAMC Group on Resident Affairs spring meeting, American Association of Medical Colleges; April 27, 2020, Chicago, IL.
  • Bhagtani, H., Keane, B. A., & Sandhu, S., Pediatric Inpatient Learning Environment Project. [Poster] presented at The Counsel on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Meeting, COMSEP; March, 2020, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Bhagtani, H., Keane, B. A., & Sandhu, S., Pediatric Inpatient Learning Environment Project. [Poster] presented at The Counsel on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Meeting, COMSEP; March, 2020, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Musick, D. W., Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., & Torre, N., Faculty Development Related to Teaching: A Benchmark Survey. [Poster] presented at Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Association of American Medical Colleges; March 12, 2020, Atlanta, GA.
  • Murchison, A. B., & Kees, D. W., Assesssing the needs and needed support of residents and fellows who are breastfeeding. [Poster] presented at AAMC Group on Resident Affairs spring meeting, American Association of Medical Colleges; April 27, 2020, Chicago, IL.
  • Wilhelm, E. D., Coleman, K. E., Fortuna, T. J., & Kees, D. W., Resident Supervision Levels Using QR-Codes. [Poster] presented at AAMC GRA ORR, AAMC; April 26, 2020, Chicago, Illinois.

September 2019-February 2020 Academic Scholarly Activities 

 State, Regional and National Faculty Presentations: 

  •  Adegbenga Bankole, A., Lupus. [Oral Presentation] presented at Rheumatology Journal Club, Carilion Clinic; September 9, 2019, Roanoke VA. 
  • Binks, A., & Rowan, J., Clinical Immersion for Basic Science Educators: helping refocus, emphasize and contextualize the basic sciences. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at Generalists in Medical Education Annual Meeting, Generalists in Medical Education; November 8, 2019, Phoenix, AZ. 
  • Binks, A., Aligning, Structuring and Supporting Active Learning. [Keynote/Plenary Address] presented at Faculty Development Retreat, Larner School of Medicine, University of Vermont; February 14, 2020, Burlington, VT. 
  • Binks, A., Enhancing student preparation through the generation of effective pre-class materials. [Keynote/Plenary Address] presented at Educational Grand Rounds, Larner School of Medicine, University of Vermont; February 14, 2020, Burlington, VT. 
  • Bishop, N. L., Health System and Higher Education Partnerships. [Oral Presentation] presented at Healthcare Workforce Roundtable Discussion with Governor Northam, Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association; November 8, 2019, Governor’s Conference Room, Patrick Henry Building, Richmond VA. 
  • Blanchard, R., Rudd, M., Nagler, A., Whicker, S. A., & Engle, D., Carrots, Not Sticks: Applying Motivation Theories to Faculty Development for Sustained Engagement. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at Learn, Serve, Lead, Association of American Medical Colleges; November, 2019, Phoenix, AZ. 
  • Greenawald, M. H., & Hepworth, J., Transformational Conversations –Developing Practical Emotional Intelligence Skills. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at American Academy of Family Physicians FMX Annual National Conference; September 26, 2019, Philadelphia, PA. 
  • Henchel, K. D., Pearls for Teaching in Ambulatory Care. [Oral Presentation] presented at Lunch and Learn, Carilion Children’s; October 21, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Lollar, D., & Mutcheson, B., Resiliency of Stop the Bleed: How Effective is Training? [Oral Presentation] presented at Scientific Forum at Clinical Congress; October, 2019, San Francisco. 
  • Lollar, D., Mutcheson, B., & Safford, S., Validating a Novel Assessment of Stop the Bleed Knowledge and Confidence. [Oral Presentation] presented at Accademic Surgical Congress; February, 2020, Orlando, Florida. 
  • Mullen, C. A., Hackmann, D. G., Malin, J. R., Ovando, M. N., O’Doherty, A., Tienken, C., Klimaitis, C. C., Stovall, A. W., Boyles, E., Ahn, J., & Ross, L., Collaborative peer group mentoring among leaders: Research from process to product. [Oral Presentation] presented at 2019 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Convention; November 21, 2019, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., Vari, R. C., Whitehead, P. B., & Tabor, J., An Interprofessional Experience of Bioethics for Health Professions Graduate Students:  The Ethics Health Care Team Challenge. [Oral Presentation] presented at Collaborating Across Borders International Conference in Interprofessionalism Healthcare; October 22, 2019, Indianapolis, IN. 
  • Schmidt-Dalton, T. A., Lane, H. A., & Ipock, B., The Art of Observation from Gallery to Clinic. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at Mini Med School, Virginia Tech Carilion School; January 29, 2020, Roanoke. 
  • Stovall, A. W., Klimaitis, C., Mullen, C. A., Tienken, C., & Wang, Y., A holistic approach to collaborative peer group mentoring – positive movement toward the dissertation. [Oral Presentation] presented at 2019 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Convention, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; November 23, 2019, New Orleans, LA. 
  • Whicker, S. A., & Nagler, A., Academies Collaborative Annual Workshop. [Workshop Facilitator] presented at Learn, Serve, Lead, Association of American Medical Colleges; November, 2019, Phoenix, AZ. 

 Faculty Publications: 

  •  Stoutenberg, M., Powell, B. J., Busignani, P., Bowersock, A. H., & Pojednic, R. (2020, February 28). Identifying key physical activity categories and topics to include in health professional training programs. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1080/10401334.2020.1730183. 
  • Mutcheson, B., & El-Sawi, N. (2019, October). Utilization and Perceived Effectiveness of a Web-Based Faculty Development Seminar for International Medical Science Educators. Medical Science Educator. 
  • Miller, T. K. (2020, January). Assessing Beliefs and Practices Regarding the Disposal of Opiate Medications among Southwest Virginia Patients and Providers — Evaluating Differences Between Patient, Provider, and Medical Student Understanding of Proper Methods of Opiate Pain Medication Disposal in Southwestern Virginia. Accepted for publication. 
  • Miller, T. K. (2020, January). “Reliability of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Prediction of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Autograft Size and Comparison of Radiologist and Orthopaedic Surgeon Predictions”. SAGE Publishing and Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 
  • Whicker, S. A., & Nagler, A., (2019, December). Continuing Professional Development: Supporting the Complex Role of Today’s Physician. Handbook of Research on the Efficacy of Training Programs and Systems in Medical Education,. IGI Global. 

 Faculty Posters: 

  •  Binks, A., Making a square hole for a square peg: A course structure for modern medical education. [Poster] presented at TEACH Education Day; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Binks, A., Walz, A., & LeClair, R., One less silo: Generating an integrated resource to support integrated delivery. [Poster] presented at TEACH Education Day; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Criss, T. W., Rudd, M., Mutcheson, B., Musick, D., Pline, B., & Knight, A., “Stressors and Coping Mechanisms of Medical Students”. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Carilion Clinic; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Ehrich, M., & Li, W., Transient receptor potential channel 1 involved in blood brain barrier disruption in mice treated with chlorpyrifos. [Poster] presented at Society for Neuroscience; October 21, 2019, Chicago, Ill. 
  • Feldman, S., Robbins, A. K., Karamian, G., DeMott, C. J., & Sweet, J. M., Reviving Rounds: Using a Tablet for Note-taking During Medicine Rounding. [Poster] presented at 2020 Virginia Regional Health Sciences Education Symposium, VA Regional Health Sciences Education Symposium; February 28, 2020, Richmond, VA. 
  • Kerman, I., Trestman, R. L., Adams Vanke, F., Bankole, A., Glover, M., Kablinger, A. S., Kim, K. Y., Lagoy, J., Lemelle, T., Mcnamara, R. S., Okereke, N. K., Oriaifo, G., Rainville, J., Rea, D., Rea, W. S., White, J. B., & Clinton, S., Development of an Undergraduate Course in Clinical Neuroscience in Psychiatry. [Poster] presented at PSV; October 5, 2019, Virginia Beach. 
  • Lollar, D. I., & Safford, S. D., Verifying Stop the Bleed skills: evaluating instructor consistency. [Poster] presented at American Association for the Surgery of Trauma; September 18, 2019, Dallas, Texas. 
  • Murchison, A. B., Wilhelm, E., & Kees, D. W., Assessing the Needs and Needed Support for Resident and Fellows who are Breastfeeding. [Poster] presented at ACGME Annual Educational Conference, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education; February 27, 2020, San Diego, CA. 
  • Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., & Morrow, C. B., Public Health and Medicine: The Role of Physicians in Society. [Poster] presented at Eighth Annual Emswiller Interprofessional Symposium: Building Team Skills for Collaborative Practice, VCU; February 29, 2020, Richmond, VA. 
  • Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., Bishop, N. L., LeClair, R., & Johnson, C. A., Using a Culinary Health Experience to Teach Teamwork Skills:  A New Interprofessional Education Experience. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., Vari, R. C., & Mutcheson, B., Medical Student Perceptions Concerning Interprofessional Education:  Do They Change Over Time? [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; October 23, 2019, Roanoke. 
  • Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., Vari, R. C., Whitehead, P. B., Pile, C. W., & Tabor, J., An Interprofessional Experience of Bioethics for Health Professions Graduate Students:  The Ethics Health Care Team Challenge. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Olson, C., Musick, D. W., Trinkle, D. B., & Tabor, J., Cancer and Comics:  Exploring the Potential of Graphic Medicine in Interprofessional Education. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA.
  • Parker, S. E., Vari, R. C., Johnson, C. A., & Musick, D. W., Integrating a Longitudinal Systems and Safety Science Thread into a Four-Year Medical School Curriculum. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA. 
  • Prakash, M., Ratnakaran, B., & Kablinger, A. S., A narrative review of using films for teaching psychiatry in graduate and undergraduate medical education. [Poster] presented at TEACH research day; October 23, 2019, Roanoke. 
  • Robbins, A., Feldman, S., Karamian, G., DeMott, C. J., & Sweet, J. M., Reviving Rounds: Using a tablet for note-taking during medicine rounding. [Poster] presented at TEACH Education Day Posters, Carilion Clinic; October 23, 2019, Roanoke. 
  • Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., & Nagler, A., Your Mission Should You Choose to Share it: A Comparison of Teaching Academy Mission Statements. [Poster] presented at Virginia Tech Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning; February 6, 2020, Blacksburg, VA. 
  • Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., Blanchard, R., Engle, D., & Blanchard, R., Carrots not Sticks: Applying Motivation Theories to Faculty Development to Encourage Sustained Engagement. [Poster] presented at Virginia Tech Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning; February 6, 2020, Blacksburg, VA. 
  • Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., Nagler, A., & Musick, D. W., Strength in Numbers: Using Group Peer-Review for Grant Review. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA.
  • Rudd, M., Whicker, S. A., Nagler, A., & Musick, D. W., Strength in Numbers: Using Group Peer-Review for Grant Review. [Poster] presented at 2019 Annual TEACH Education Day; October 23, 2019, Roanoke, VA.