UM-CoP Faculty continue to innovate in the new curriculum and to share their insights with pharmacy educators. Below is a roundup of our recent publications. Assessment and Evaluation Professional Engagement of Pharmacy Students Graduate student Dr. Ben Aronson, and Dr. Kristin Janke explore why a focus on Professional Engagement in pharmacy students is needed. Using the … More Publication Record: Fall 2015
The Wulling Center is pleased to work with the journal INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy. The journal has been a receptive and responsive place where members of the Center have been able to bring forward new ideas that ultimately influence SOTL publishing practices, such as proposals for new article types. This fall, the journal celebrates its 5 … More Celebrating 5 years of INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy!
This is the second post in the Scholarly Teaching Series. Building off the work of Richlin (2001), we will highlight various projects at the MN-COP to illustrate each step in the Scholarly Teaching process. Consult Literature After you have Observed a Problem or Opportunity and Documented the Baseline, the step 2 in the Scholarly Teaching process … More Scholarly Teaching Series Part 2: Consult Literature
On September 12, 2015 Dr. Kristin Janke received the Excellence in Innovation Award from the Minnesota Pharmacists Association (MPhA) for her work in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) and Leadership. This award is sponsored by Upsher-Smith Laboratories and honors a profession member who has demonstrated significant innovation in their work which directly or … More Kristin Janke Receives Excellence in Innovation Award
This is the first post in the Scholarly Teaching Series. Building off the work of Richlin (2001), we hope to highlight various projects at the MN-COP at each step in the Scholarly Teaching process. Step 1: Observe a Problem or Opportunity and Document the Baseline The first step in Scholarly Teaching actually has two components. It … More Scholarly Teaching Series Part 1: Observe and Document