Wednesday, June 23 @ 9 am
Thursday, June 24 @ 9 am
Srikanth KolluruJune 24, 202110:30 am
Ashley CastleberryJune 24, 202110:30 am
Kimberly K. DaughertyJune 24, 202110:30 am
Sarah E. RaakeJune 24, 202110:30 am
Colleen DennistonJune 24, 202110:30 am
Dr. Rebecca ThomasJune 24, 202110:30 am
Cheryl GreenJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Amanda BarronJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Cindy BerryJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Lora SheltonJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Shelby HumpertJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Sara H MitchellJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Maura C. SchlairetJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Justus RandolphJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Angela HairrellJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Mary Ellen SanterreJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Erica ChanceJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Dr Claire StewartJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Adrian RichardsonJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Dr. Rob JayJune 24, 202112:15 pm
Dr. Mitum ChauhanJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Dr. Alison HallJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Atul AgarwalJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Jennifer MalinowskiJune 25, 202112:00 pm
Bernadette FetterolfJune 25, 202110:30 am
Erin WalcheskeJune 25, 202110:30 am
Chris GlaselJune 25, 202110:30 am
Emily SabatoJune 24, 20214:00 pm
Kenneth MarkowitzJune 24, 20214:00 pm
Christina BarkerJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Karmen HiceJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Landry KamdemJune 24, 20214:00 pm
Brooke ShultisJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Darby ScroggsJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Dan CernuscaJune 25, 202110:30 am
Michael KelschJune 25, 202110:30 am
Richard H. SelinfreundJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Frances Angella EmmanuelJune 25, 202110:30 am
Cherokee Layson-WolfJune 24, 20214:00 pm
George AnagnostouJune 24, 20214:00 pm
John Brock HarrisJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Eric SchneiderJune 24, 20213:00 pm
Michelle KibigerJune 24, 20214:00 pm
Cynthia S. RubbelkeJune 25, 202110:30 am
Margaret W. BultasJune 25, 202110:30 am
Srikanth Kolluru, is a Professor and Associate Dean of Assessment and Faculty Development at Keck Graduate Institute School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Claremont, California. He graduated with a PhD in medicinal chemistry from Jadavpur University Kolkota, India. He has over 19 years of combined teaching and research experience including 5 years of postdoctoral research experience at the University of Minnesota and ~ 14 years of combined faculty experience from Texas A&M University and KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. As a founding faculty in both schools, he was instrumental in curriculum & assessment design and implementation. He teaching interests include medicinal chemistry, pharmacology and clinical sciences. He is well published in both scholarship of teaching as well as Drug Discovery research. He received several teacher of the year awards over time. He currently supports assessment and faculty development for Pharmacy, Genetics, Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant Programs.
Ashley Castleberry, PharmD, MAEd is a Clinical Associate Professor and Division Head in the Division of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. Educational scholarship interests include metacognition, assessment, and qualitative research.
Kimberly K. Daugherty
Dr. Kimberly K. Daugherty is a Professor and Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment at the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She has been very active in areas of publication, presentation and research, where she has over 40 publications. She has also received funding for her research. Dr. Daugherty has also been involved in national leadership serving as the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Assessment Sig Chair as well as several state leadership positions such as Education Committee chair for the Michigan Pharmacists Association and Kentucky Society of Health System Pharmacists board member. She also serves as a reviewer for several major professional peer-reviewed journals. She has received various awards, such as the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Award in 2004, the 2006 National Associates Competition of the American College of Physicians, and the AACP Assessment SIG Collaborative Publication Award for 2019 and 2020.
Sarah E. Raake
Dr. Sarah Raake obtained her Bachelor of Science in secondary education from Indiana University Southeast and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. Upon graduation with her PharmD, she completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with a focus in ambulatory care. Given a passion for instructional design and evaluation, Sarah continued her education, attaining a Master’s in Education with a focus in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. Sarah currently practices in ambulatory care pharmacy at the Center for Health & Wellness at Sullivan University. Her professional interests include authentic clinical assessments, instructional design, and assessment. Currently, Sarah serves as the Director of Instructional Effectiveness for the College, fulfilling her passion of helping improve the instructional and assessment processes for learners and educators alike.
Colleen Denniston earned her Bachelor’s of Social Work at Keuka College in Central New York with a concentration in Assessment and Data Analysis. This along with her Associates Degree in Business Administration gives her a unique perspective into the world of exam management, data analysis and assessment building. Her passion for technology and education has led her to a position with SUNY Upstate Medical University as the Exam Administrator where she assists courses with exam builds from start to assessment reporting and back again for the Undergraduate Medical Education Office.
Dr. Rebecca Thomas
Dr. Rebecca M. Thomas is an Assistant Professor of Maternal-Child Nursing at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing. She received her BSN at the University of West Florida in 2011, and MSN and DNP at the University of South Alabama in 2014 and 2015, respectively. Dr. Thomas is a board-certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner with research interests in postpartum depression evaluation and management, neonatal group-beta strep infection in culture negative mothers, graduate student success in students identifying as ESOL, and undergraduate student engagement using teacher-led study sessions. She teaches and coordinates OBGYN Nursing Care Theory and Clinical in both the accelerated BSN and traditional BSN programs, and also created an introductory scholarly writing course in the graduate program. Dr. Thomas is the chair of USA College of Nursing's Next Generation NCLEX Committee, and has been teaching at the university for 5 years.
Cheryl Green, PhD, DNP, RN, LCSW, CNL, CNE, ACUE, MAC, FAPA is an Associate Professor at Southern Connecticut State University within the Department of Nursing and an Off-Shift Nurse Leader at Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Green has been a registered nurse for over 31 years and a licensed clinical social worker for over 27 years. Areas of research include: Incivility, mental illness, medication error prevention, medical-surgical health issues, incivility and discrimination, prayer and spirituality, self-care, distraction, stress and anxiety, nursing education, health disparities, nursing education, addictions, simulation, and mindfulness.
Amanda Barron is currently an assistant professor of nursing at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. She teaches in multiple undergraduate courses, while also holding the ExamSoft key administrator role for the nursing program. In this role, Amanda has created and helped maintain the nursing courses within the Enterprise portal. She has also trained faculty, staff and students on the uses of ExamSoft, Examplify and the newest platforms. In 2019, she became ExamSoft New Portal Administrator certified.
Cindy Berry is currently a professor of nursing at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. She teaches in a graduating senior level course and is the Director of Clinical Education and Community Partnerships for the undergraduate nursing program.
Lora Shelton is currently an associate professor and serves as Chair of the undergraduate nursing program at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. She has experience teaching in a variety of undergraduate nursing courses across the curriculum.
Shelby Humpert is a fourth-year student pharmacist at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. Educational scholarship interests include professional leadership development, student wellbeing and mental health, and mentoring.
Sara H Mitchell
Dr. Mitchell has worked as a certified pediatric nurse practitioner for more than 40 years. She has extensive experience in working with the neurodevelopmental outcomes of high-risk infants. Dr. Mitchell has a strong interest in international child health. She has traveled to several countries as a Christian health care ambassador to provide health care to impoverished children in countries such as Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Brazil, Mexico, and Moldova. She has served as the Mercer on Mission nursing faculty representative to Cambodia, Honduras, and India. She has served as the ExamSoft super user at her institution for the past five years and has been instrumental in championing the use of ExamSoft categorizing and tagging of exam questions.
Maura C. Schlairet
Dr. Schlairet taught at Valdosta State University for 10 years prior to joining the nursing faculty at Mercer University. During her time at VSU, she taught across graduate and undergraduate nursing programs. Her clinical expertise is in adult health. Dr. Schlairet is an AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Program Fellow and member of Sigma Theta Tau International. She has received honors for both her community service, teaching, and research, including the Valdosta Area Excellence in Nursing Award, Valdosta State University Excellence Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and Georgia Educational Research Association award. Dr. Schlairet’s pedagogic research line focuses on issues in nursing education. The emphasis of her disciplinary line is on issues impacting care of older adults. She has a robust publication record and has presented regionally, nationally, and internationally. At the college level Dr. Schlairet served as chair of Tenure and Promotion and Program Evaluation Committees. At the university level, she chaired the Faculty Research and Scholarship Committee. She serves as a peer reviewer for numerous nursing journals.
Justus Randolph, a former Fulbright grantee to Finland, holds a PhD in education research and program evaluation, an MEd in international education, and certification in educational administration. While originally holding a Mercer University faculty position in the Tift College of Education, he is now a Professor in the College of Nursing. His primary research areas include measurement, statistics, and meta-analysis, especially as they relate to educational equity, evaluation, and policy. He teaches primarily quantitative research methods courses and has been a member on over 20 successful dissertation committees. He is the author of the book Multidisciplinary Methods in Educational Technology Research and Development and many other manuscripts and publications.
Angela Hairrell, PhD currently the Director of Academic Support Services at Texas A&M University College of Medicine. Her background includes 30 years of teaching experience at all levels (PreK-Post Graduate), with a special interest in learning differences. While at the College of Medicine, she has focused her work on identifying strategies to help all students improve their learning and testing skills through the use of data.
Mary Ellen Santerre
MaryEllen Santerre, M.S., M.Ed is serving as the Counseling and Development Specialist at Texas A&M University College of Medicine. She works with medical students to enhance their educational and testing strategies. With her counseling background she is passionate about enhancing her student’s everyday well-being to circumvent the possibility of burn-out and addiction which is so prevalent in the medical community.
Erica Chance, EdD currently the Assistant Director of Academic Support Services at Texas A&M University College of Medicine. Her background includes 16 years of experience working with students in higher education, with a special interest in student retention. While at the College of Medicine, she continues her efforts to help medical student achieve academic success.
Dr Claire Stewart
Claire has an extensive background in medical education, specialising in assessment. Claire is the Director of Examinations and Assessments at the University of Nottingham School of Medicine, UK where Claire manages the entire lifecycle of the undergraduate summative assessments. In the past, Claire was integral in the design and implementation of all the assessment processes for a new medical school. Claire holds national roles with the General Medical Council as an examiner and member of the Question Management Group for the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board (PLAB). She is an expert panel team leader for the Clinical and Professional Skills Assessment of the new UK Medical Licencing Assessment. Claire is a member of Health Education England’s Thames Valley’s speciality recruitment question writing panel. Claire is a Legacy Jedi and has recently onboarded the Enterprise platform to a large UK Redbrick university, so is hoping to reach the status of Enterprise Jedi soon!
Adrian has been in the world of MedEd assessments since 2017 when he joined the University of Buckingham Medical School, UK (UBMS) as their Phase 1 Written Examinations Coordinator and in January 2021 moved to the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham, UK as their Assessments Officer. Having navigated the challenges of migrating UBMS to all digital exams, using ExamSoft and ExamScore, Adrian was unknowingly well prepared for the additional challenges that the COVID pandemic would add to the assessment journey of the medical student.
Dr. Rob Jay
Robert graduated from the University of Leicester in 2012 and has worked as a medical education fellow at the University of Nottingham Medical School for the last three years leading on the design and delivery of their 4th-year examinations. He also teaches clinical skills and has previously worked as an anatomy demonstrator. He is a practising General Practitioner in the east midlands of the U.K. and a keen amateur cricketer. He has begun the transition to using exam soft in the last year.
Dr. Mitum Chauhan
Dr Mitum Chauhan is a Medical Education Fellow at the University of Nottingham, Pathology trainee and General Practitioner. He graduated with a first-class degree in Biochemistry and an Honours degree in Medicine from the University of Leicester. Over the past 10 years, he has worked in various medical roles and has been involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. He is currently a GMC approved trainer for General Practice and his current work focuses on undergraduate medical assessments. After completing his post-graduate certificate in clinical education, he is completing a Master’s in Medical Education.
Dr. Alison Hall
Dr. Hall qualified as a veterinarian from the University of Cambridge, UK, in 2001. After spending several years in practice, she returned to Cambridge to train as veterinary specialist in the medical diseases of dogs and cats. She holds the European Diploma in veterinary internal medicine, awarded by the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM-CA). Alison works for a global veterinary laboratory, IDEXX Laboratories, as a tele-consultant. However, she has also been working as a web editor for 10 years for veterinary organizations, including the ECVIM-CA. As part of this role, she was asked in 2020 to adapt the traditional examinations to an online version, using Examsoft. She is also an Examsoft superuser for the European Board of Veterinary Specialization.
Dr. Atul Agarwal is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuroradiology at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM). He joined IU after his residency and fellowship at the LAC-USC Medical Center. As the Associate Director of Medical Student Education in radiology, he is involved in all aspects of the medical student radiology clerkship and enjoys teaching residents and medical students, alike. His clinical interests include cervical trauma, stroke, and neuro-oncology. His research interests include medical education research focusing on competency-based curriculum development and improvement, aimed at graduating more well-rounded medical students, who can readily identify imaging findings of some of the most emergent medical conditions and can utilize imaging more judiciously in their careers.
Dr. Malinowski joined the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University in June 1998. Dr. Malinowski earned her BS Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and the Doctor of Pharmacy from Temple University. She completed her pharmacy practice residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is currently an Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice with tenure. She most recently served as Chair of the Steering Committee for Accreditation from 2018-2020. She is a past recipient of the AACP Innovative Teaching award, and is a site visitor for the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and an item writer for the North American Pharmacist Licensing Exam (Naplex).
Bernadette Fetterolf PhD, APRN, CNS has over 45 years of nursing experience. She has worked extensively in the clinical environment in the Pediatric/Pediatric Critical Care settings as well as in nursing education. She has served as Associate Dean and Dean in two programs of nursing over the last 14 years. Her areas of expertise include curriculum development, program assessment, test development and evaluation, as well as classroom instruction and design of learning activities for simulation, classroom, and clinical.
Erin Walcheske, MS, is the Program Manager for Academic Affairs and Assessment at the Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. She manages all aspects of ExamSoft for the School of Pharmacy, including posting assessments, delivering exams in a secure environment, ensuring proper categorization, training faculty, running reports, and more recently, reviewing proctoring videos. In addition, Ms. Walcheske ensures completion of annual surveys, collects and manages student performance data, administers course and instructor evaluations, and provides data to offices and faculty governance committees.
Chris Glasel is an Applications Systems Analyst II for the Office of Educational Improvement within the department of Academic Affairs at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). He also serves as MCW’s Key Administrator for ExamSoft. As Key Administrator, he manages all aspects of the system including creating student and faculty/staff accounts, managing faculty/staff accounts and permissions, training faculty and staff, creating documentation for instructions and recommended best practices, posting assessments, delivering exams in a secure environment, providing tech support to students, releasing exam results to students and instructors, and reviewing proctoring videos.
Emily Sabato is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health and Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, School of Dental Medicine (RSDM). She obtained her M.S.Ed. and Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Sabato joined RSDM in 2011 and has been Registrar and Director of Institutional Assessment and Quality Improvement. In her role as Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Dr. Sabato oversees the management and implementation of the predoctoral curriculum, serves on the Curriculum Committee and works closely with the Vice Dean to assist in the ongoing management of RSDM’s extensive interprofessional education curriculum. Dr. Sabato also works collaboratively with the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Diversity and Inclusion to promote student success. Dr. Sabato recently served as Co-Chair for RSDM’s Predoctoral and Postgraduate Accreditation Committees.
Kenneth Markowitz, DDS, MSD obtained his dental degree from Columbia University in 1985 and his Masters of Dental Science from RSDM in 2009. Dr. Markowitz teaches courses at the pre and postdoctoral level. His teaching activities in cariology, dental pain and restorative dentistry bridge the gap between the basic sciences and clinical dentistry. His teaching philosophy stems from the conviction that dentists need to understand people and people’s mouths at a multitude of levels from the molecular to the social. His goal is to help students get a perspective of how seemingly unrelated factors shape the ecology of the oral environment and common pathological processes; in doing so, developing a clinician’s working knowledge of oral biology and the function of the human body. Dr. Markowitz is also involved in various research projects involving oral biology and cariology.
Christina Barker is a Registered Nurse with over 10 years of experience. Her practice specialty is in the Pediatric ICU and Pediatric Hematology/Oncology areas. Christina has been working as an Instructor at Baker University School of Nursing were she is also the Technology Coordinator. She is the Key Admin for ExamSoft and believes in both the products and their ability to make significant impacts on not only didactic testing but also in clinical evaluation.
Karmen teaches PathoPharmacology, Medical-Surgical Nursing and Perioperative Nursing in the undergraduate curriculum. Her passion includes the intersection of nursing, design and technology. Karmen has a love for designing learning experiences to be used in the nursing classroom to reinforce didactic content and concepts. The majority of items she creates are with the intention of increasing efficiency and communication, as well as enhancing the students’ learning experience. Karmen believes that technology plays a vital role in the classroom by providing a source of connection, efficiency and creativity. She wants students to have a high level of self-efficacy in their clinical reasoning and their ability to access resources. Karmen believes it is her responsibility as an educator to create and facilitate learning experiences through active collaboration and discussions that provide the nursing student with opportunities to build upon their knowledge, in order to provide a deep, rich connection to the nursing curriculum.
Innovative academic servant leader with 10+ years of experience and accomplishments in pharmacy/medical education (e.g. assessment-based integrated curriculum design, student-centered teaching, and personalized learning), patient-centered care (e.g. interprofessional global health and precision medicine), research (e.g. basic, translational, and clinical), service, and entrepreneurship as well as in the development of institutional effectiveness tools, strategic planning, and fiscal management. Unique skills include, but are not limited to speaking five international languages, managing and leading individuals with diverse professional, cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds, and developing highly successful teams in collaborative and inclusive environments to achieve continued stakeholder engagement and growth.
Brooke Shultis, MEd, graduated from the University of West Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Education, MEd in Educational Theory and Practice from the University of Georgia. M.S. in Instructional Design in Technology expected in Spring 2021. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she taught middle grades mathematics and science. In 2018, Brooke shifted her career focus and is currently at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) as the Assistant Director for the Department of Professional Development and Online Learning. Her main priority is providing training and support for faculty/staff with regards to using and implementing effective learning strategies and technologies. Her interest includes blend learning, faculty development communities, and incorporating flexible learning into faculty development sessions.
Darby Scroggs graduated from the University of North Georgia College of Education with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology, emphasizing Exercise Science, MS in Kinesiology expected in Fall 2021. Following teaching middle grades science, Darby focused her Higher Education career as the Professional Development and Online Learning Coordinator at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). Her focuses include providing training and support for faculty/staff regarding educational technologies and supporting faculty in continuing to deliver high-quality education for our students.
Dr. Cernusca is an Assistant Professor of Practice and serves as Instructional Designer for the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University. As instructional designer, Dr. Cernusca consults with faculty from Pharmacy (both Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences departments), Nursing and Public Health on implementation of effective instructional strategies that target active learning, deep conceptual understanding or alternative assessment. The support offered to the faculty often focuses on integration of technology-driven instructional tools for classroom and assessment needs. He also collaborates with faculty members across college on scholarship activities and provides support for educational research needs. He also has previous experience as both faculty member and instructional design specialist in STEM fields that helped with the effective transfer of instructional innovations into health professions area. Dr. Cernusca is the administrator of the ExamSoft legacy platform and provides technical and instructional support related to this examination platform.
Dr. Kelsch is the Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the School of Pharmacy at North Dakota State University (NDSU). He is responsible for managing all academic affairs matters related to the PharmD program including assessment and program accreditation. The ExamSoft platform provides essential functionality to support these efforts. He has over 20 years of experience as faculty member in the department of pharmacy practice at NDSU. His expertise areas include PharmD program curriculum and assessment, interprofessional education, and faculty development. Teaching experience includes the infectious disease pharmacotherapy and pharmacy-based immunization delivery courses – each incorporate ExamSoft for testing and assessment. Dr. Kelsch is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) and licensed pharmacist with over 20 years of clinical pharmacy experience in the areas of internal medicine and infectious disease. He has a variety of publications and presentations highlighting research projects related to pedagogy and clinical practice.
Richard H. Selinfreund
Dr. Selinfreund, is an Associate Professor of Pathology at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Selinfreund has received over 30 US and International patents in the fields of medical diagnostics, electronics, and natural dyes for food and beverage industry.
Frances Angella Emmanuel
Frances Angella Emmanuel, an Administrative Assistant, is attached to the School of Veterinary Medicine at St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies. Frances is a dedicated and persistent staff member who prides herself on being the best she can be by being efficient, reliable, and knowledgeable in running the two (2) significant departments she oversees in her Administrative capacity. Frances has been an asset to SGU because of her passion for excellence; her many awards attest to that. With her experience with ExamSoft from its inception ten (10) years ago to the present, she has been instrumental in maintaining the integrity of ExamSoft within the Vet School. Furthermore, on numerous occasions, she has been called upon to lend historical support to members of the Vet school and other members in the School of Medicine and the School of Arts and Sciences with the day-to-day running of ExamSoft.
Dr. Cherokee Layson-Wolf received her PharmD from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She completed a community pharmacy residency with the Virginia Commonwealth University and Ukrop’s Pharmacy. Sher currently serves as the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, the residency program director for the PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program, and is board certified in ambulatory care pharmacy. Dr. Layson-Wolf is also a faculty member of the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate course.
George Anagnostou, MS is the Director of Instructional Technology at University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. In his role he oversees the School's instructional technologies as well as its implementation of ExamSoft. George serves as an expert resource on ExamSoft for other programs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore and has previously presented at the ExamSoft Assessment Conference on numerous topics.
John Brock Harris
John Brock Harris, Associate Professor of Pharmacy and Director of Assessment, joined Wingate University School of Pharmacy in 2012. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering concentrating in Biosciences from North Carolina State University. After completing undergraduate work, he received his Doctorate of Pharmacy from The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy. He completed his first year post-graduate education at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina followed by second year of post-graduate education specializing in pediatrics at Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Harris became Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy in 2009 and Board Certified in Pediatric Pharmacotherapy in 2016. Dr. Harris is an inpatient clinical practice faculty member in pediatrics at Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Harris has chaired the Assessment Committee since summer 2018 and was named Director in 2020.
Eric Schneider the Wingate University School of Pharmacy as Assistant Dean for Academics in 2015. He currently serves in the role of Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness. Dr. Schneider received a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmacy from Saint Louis College of Pharmacy in 1987 and a Doctor of Pharmacy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1990. He completed a Pharmacy Residency in Family Medicine in 1991. Prior to arriving at Wingate, Dr. Schneider taught in the colleges of pharmacy, medicine, and nursing of several universities. In his current role, Dr. Schneider is interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning, particularly in learning assessment. Dr. Schneider has presented over 100 National, State/Provincial or Local seminars and has published a number of papers and book chapters. He has received teaching awards in both Pharmacy and Family Medicine Residency education.
Director of Assessment for Pharmacy Programs Manchester University
Cynthia S. Rubbelke
Mrs. Rubbelke is an Assistant Professor of Nursing and the e-Technology Coordinator at the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing at Saint Louis University. She manages the academic technologies within the School of Nursing and is the ExamSoft administrator for the Enterprise portal and Nursing department. She provides ExamSoft education and support for faculty and students. In fall 2019 she expanded their ExamSoft portal from their midwestern campus to include their campus in Madrid, Spain. She is currently a co-investigator on a research project that examines student movement through an exam using data gathered from the ExamSoft proctoring information. Goals of the study include developing support methods for students regarding answer-changing behavior during exams.
Margaret W. Bultas
Dr. Bultas is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing at Saint Louis University. She primarily teaches in the pre-licensure program teaching both traditional and accelerated nursing students. Dr. Bultas’ research includes strategies to support and enhance nursing student outcomes related to examinations, academic integrity, and the use of simulation as a teaching modality. Most recently, she has studied interventions to reduce stress and examination anxiety in nursing students and is currently working on developing supports for faculty to help students improve test taking skills using data extracted from student exam movement using ExamSoft proctoring data.