MU Today News and views especially for the MU Community

Successes

View all posts

  • DeLellis, Noureldin co-authors of situational judgment test

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Teresa DeLellis, associate professor of pharmacy practice, and Marwa Noureldin, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, are among five scholars who developed a situational judgment test to assess ACPE Standards 3 and 4. Their work will appear in an upcoming issue of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.

     

  • Schultz successfully defends her dissertation

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Beth Schultz, director of the nursing program, on July 8 successfully defended her dissertation at the University of South Carolina. Her work is titled, “Nurses' and Patients' Perceptions of the Availability of Post-Hospital Instrumental Support as a Predictor of 30- and 60- Day Acute Care Utilization.”

     

  • Marwitz will serve on AACP committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Kathryn Marwitz, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, will serve on the 2021-2022 Research and Graduate Affairs Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

     

     

  • Kibiger presents at assessment conferences

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Michelle Kibiger, director of assessment, presented “Using Assessment Data to Improve Curriculum Mapping and Assessment Practices” at the June 2021 ExamSoft Assessment Conference. She also will present at the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis, hosted by IUPUI, in October. 

  • DeLellis featured in AACP summer newsletter

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Teresa DeLellis, associate professor of pharmacy practice, was featured in the Advocacy Spotlight of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) pharmacy practice section’s summer newsletter. Read it here. Theresa also was appointed to serve on the 2021-2022 AACP Council of Faculties Task Force on Optimizing Scholarship Efforts.

     

  • Elder earns administrative professional certification

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 19, 2021

    Posted July 19 - Celia Elder, administrative assistant, passed her Professional Administrative Certification of Excellence exam on June 29, becoming a certified administrative professional. This certification covers four proficiency models, including interpersonal communication, task and project management, computer and internet technology, and management skills.

     

  • Turner graduates from leadership institute

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 16, 2021

    Posted June 16 - Tayshia Turner (Williams), human resources generalist and facilities coordinator at the Fort Wayne campus, graduated from the Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana Leadership Institute on May 27.

     

  • Dargo to chair governmental affairs for District 4

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 16, 2021

    Posted June 16 - Lucas Dargo has been named District 4 governmental affairs chair for the National Athletic Trainers' Association. Lucas is director of the Athletic Training Program and an assistant professor of exercise science and athletic training.

  • Ades named Mentor of the Year

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 16, 2021

    Posted June 16 - Ryan Ades has been named the 2021 Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Mentor of the Year. Ryan is the director of experiential education for the Pharmacy Program and assistant professor of pharmacy practice.

  • Experiential education team wins Award of Excellence

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 15, 2021

    Posted June 15 - Every year, the AACP Experiential Education Section presents the Award of Excellence in Experiential Education to one deserving individual or group of individuals for their outstanding contribution to the world of experiential education. With the challenging events of 2020, the Experiential Education Section Awards Committee decided that this year’s award should honor all members of experiential education departments at each institution for their tremendous efforts at keeping the programs operating despite pandemic-related challenges. Those honored from Manchester were Ryan Ades, director of experiential education; Karen Failor, experiential education operations specialist; Kathryn Marwitz, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences; and Raylene Rospond, associate dean of clinical affairs and outreach.