2012 AEA Grant Recipients

2012 AEA Grant Recipients

The Office for Academic Excellence and Assessment is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2012 Faculty Development Grants for the Assessment of Student Learning/Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.


To view the abstracts of the successfully funded projects click the following links:

Rubric and Remediation Case Development for a "Brown Bag" Drug Utilization Review Activity

  • Kimberley Begley, PharmD, Co-principal Investigator
  • Shana Castillo, PharmD, MBA, Co-principal Investigator
  • Sam Augustine, PharmD
  • Amy Pick, PharmD, BCOP

Grading Rubrics for Writing Projects in Interdisciplinary Education: Strategies for Developing a Consistent Application of Rubric Criteria

  • Isabelle Cherney, PhD
  • Tracy A. Chapman, M.Ed.

Assessing Critical Thinking Skills in Occupational Therapy Students using the Health Sciences Reasoning Test

  • Anna Domina, OTD, OTR/L, Co-principal Investigator
  • Wen-Pin Chang, Ph.D., Co-principal Investigator
  • Kathleen Flecky, OTD, OTR/L
  • Lou Jensen, OTD
  • Keli Mu, Ph.D.
  • Brenda Coppard, Ph.D.
  • Al Bracciano, Ed.D.
  • Joy Doll, OTD
  • Bette Poutre
  • Yongyue Qi

Problem/Project-Based Learning in Upper Division Physics Courses: New Pedagogies and Student Learning and Epistemologies

  • Gintaras Duda, Ph.D.

Assessment of Essential Clinical Reasoning Skills: Development of a Grading Rubric

  • Jennifer A. Furze, PT, DPT, PCS, Principal Investigator
  • Lisa L. Black, PT, DPT
  • Teresa M. Cochran, PT, DPT, GCS, MA
  • Julie E. Hoffman, PT, DPT, CCS
  • Gail M. Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA

Assessment of Health Science Students Engaged in an Interprofessional Fall Prevention Program

  • Amy Ryan Haddad, PharmD, Principal Investigator
  • Kelli Coover, PharmD, CGP
  • Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L
  • Teresa Cochran, PT, DPT, GCS, MA

Women's Health Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents: Implementation Based on Identification of Knowledge and Comfort Level Deficits in Residents

  • Stephanie Hartman, M.D., Principal Investigator
  • JoAnn Porter, M.D.
  • Rachel Bonnema, M.D.

Integrating Ignatian Values into Inter-Professional Continuing Education for Healthcare Professionals at Creighton University: A Prescription for Lifelong Learning

  • Sally C. O'Neill, PhD, Primary Investigator
  • Lee Morrow, MD
  • Mark Malesker, PharmD
  • Jeff Klein, BSBA
  • James Clifton, SJ

Transcultural Competence & Perceptions of Interdisciplinary Healthcare in Students: An Outcomes Study of a China Immersion Program

  • Kirk Peck, PT, PhD, CSCS, CCRT, Primary Investigator
  • Cathy Carrico, MS, APRN_NP
  • Keli Mu, PhD, OTR/L
  • Alfred Bracciano, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA
  • Lou Jensen, OTD, OTR/L, C/NDT

Assessment of Student Attitudes and Participation in Low Income Dental Clinics

  • Terry Wilwerding, DDS, M.S.Ed, M.S.

Faith Development in the College Years and its Impact on Identity and Choices

  • Craig Zimmer
  • Marie Hilton

Tracking Transformation: Developing a Database to Longitudinally Assess the Impact of Immersion/Travel Classes to the Developing World/Poverty-Stricken Areas

  • Carol Zuegner, PhD, Principal Investigator
  • John O'Keefe, PhD
  • Tim Guthrie
  • Tom Kelly, PhD
  • Mark Wierman, PhD
  • Alice Smith