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Outstanding Research Award Presented to OI&LS Team by POD Network

by Patricia Campbell on 2017-10-11T14:52:45-06:00 in OILS, Education

Audriana Stark, Gary Smith, and Julie Sanchez have been awarded the 2017 Robert J. Menges Award for Outstanding Research in Educational Development by the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) for their proposal “Instructors’ Conceptualization of Course Design and What Matters in Faculty Development.” POD is the national higher education faculty and organizational development association. Audriana Stark is a doctoral student in the OI&LS program. Gary Smith is both a professor in the OI&LS program and assistant dean for faculty development at UNM’s School of Medicine. Julie Sanchez is the assessment coordinator for University College.

The peer reviewed award is given for: quality of the research question, design, data analysis, and discussion of the results; alignment with the POD Network’s mission; and value to advancing the field of educational development, among others. The Committee commended the proposal for its rigorous research and its potential impact in the field. The award will be presented at the POD Network Conference in Montréal at the end of October 2017.  


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