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2023 TLC Innovation in Teaching for Learning Award Winners

Jessica Hayes, PT, DPT, assistant professor, ATSU-ASHS Physical Therapy department.

A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) hosted the annual Innovation in Teaching for Learning Award ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023.

“It’s only been four years, but we have already seen an increase in communication, collaboration, and learning from each other across different departments and schools in places where we didn’t see that before. Additionally, this award has also helped produce new knowledge about evidence-based instructional practices that our students benefit from,” said Quincy Conley, PhD, TLC director.

“At the same time, this award has strengthened and inspired our collective teaching expertise at ATSU. In a real way, this award has served as and continues to serve as a bridge between ideas that have impact. But maybe the most important factor that we’ve seen, as this board has been a fantastic way to celebrate our successes,” he added.

This year’s Innovation in Teaching for Learning Award winner was Jessica Hayes, PT, DPT, assistant professor, ATSU-Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) Physical Therapy department, for “Canvas Learning Pathways.”

The first runner-up was awarded to a team from ATSU-College of Graduate Health Studies’ (ATSU-CGHS) Public Health department, consisting of chair and professor Mary-Katherine McNatt, DrPH, MPH, MCHES, CPH, COI, research associate Marsha Presley, PhD, MPH, and instructional designers Louise Smith, MA, Susan Thomas, MSEd, and Sue McDaniel, MS, for “Outbreak Odyssey.”

Marsha Presley, PhD, MPH, research associate, ATSU-CGHS.

The second runner-up was Anna Campbell, PhD, chair, associate professor, ATSU-School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA) Anatomy department, and John Olson, PhD, professor, for “HoloCompanion App.”

Anna Campbell, PhD, chair, associate professor, and John Olson, PhD, professor, ATSU-SOMA Anatomy department.

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