Dr. Deborah Nunn Baruzzini, director of organizational development and adjunct instructor of pharmacy, presented a session titled “Active Engagement in the Graduate Classroom” at the 2009 Lilly Conference in Traverse City in September. The session focused on demonstration of a variety of active learning strategies with strong participant engagement. The conference theme was “Evidence-Based Learning and Teaching,” which was chosen to reflect that approaches to teaching and learning should be based on scholarly activity. Baruzzini co-presented with Dr. Esther Swink, dean of education at Trevecca Nazarene University. They were “invited presenters” based upon evaluations and recommendations from the participants in their 2008 Lilly Conference session.
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