Dr. Serpooshan Chosen for Teaching Fellowship
The Woodruff Health Educators Academy (WHEA) Teaching Fellowship is a 12-month program for health science educators who want to advance their teaching skills and offer quality instruction to their learners. The fellowship includes monthly two-hour skills development workshops and monthly online intersession discussion groups. All sessions are organized around three domains: designing and planning learning, teaching and facilitating learning, and assessment of learning. Upon completion, fellows will be awarded a certificate of distinction in teaching. Graduates will also have the opportunity to teach workshops to future fellowship cohorts. The cohort begins March, 2019.