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Lise McCoy, EdD

Assistant Professor
Director of Faculty Development


Lise McCoy, EdD, MTESL, is assistant professor at A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA). In her role as Director of Faculty Development, Dr. McCoy oversees the school’s faculty development program, and serves as a member of the University’s 2020 Beyond Flexner Conference steering committee. Currently serving as a member of the Arizona Nexus and chair of ATSU-SOMA Interprofessional Education (IPE) sub-committee, she collaborates with a wide network to develop IPE curricula, as well as innovative projects for medical education and workforce training. A 2014 graduate of Arizona State University’s (ASU) doctoral program in education leadership and innovation, she specializes in action research, communities of practice, learning-centered instruction and education technology.

Other areas of expertise include English as a Second Language, secondary education, curriculum development, faculty development, team-based learning, online learning, competency-based education, and adult education. For the past five years, Dr. McCoy has also been adjunct faculty at ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton College of Education and ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Sciences, teaching courses in Contemporary Teaching and Learning Concepts, Education Research, and Strategies for Inquiry.