Serve as treasurer for SISLT’s Learning Technologies Graduate Student Association. Accomplishments in this role include creating a bank account for our organization and accessing available funds through MU’s OrgSync to help student colleagues defray travel costs to professional meetings.
Serve as a member of the American Academy of Medical College’s Central Group on Educational Affairs Technology in Medical Education Special Interest Group.
Attended the 2015 Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) conference and presented the following poster: Evaluating a Re-evaluation Request Web Application at the University of Missouri School of Medicine.
Attended the 2014 Central Group on Educational Affairs regional conference and presented the following poster: Exploring the Value of a Resident-led Team Huddle on an Inpatient Medicine Unit.
Attended the 2014 Reynolds Grantee Meeting and co-facilitated the following workshop: Taking your Institution’s IPE to the Next Level: Using IPEC Competencies to Develop and Improve Interprofessional Education.
Attended the 2013 Reynolds Grantee Meeting and co-facilitated the following workshop: Identifying the Essential Elements of Effective Interprofessional Communication.
Attended the 2012 Reynolds Grantee Meeting and co-facilitated the following workshop: Developing Longitudinal Geriatrics Programs for Medical Students: IPEC Competency-Driven Planning Workshop.
Attended the 2012 Central Group on Educational Affairs regional conference and co-facilitated the following workshop: Will our students be able to care for granny? Developing geriatric cases as objective structured clinical exam (OSCE’S) to assess third-year students’ knowledge and skills in delivering patient centered geriatric care.