School of Public Health faculty to present inaugural course for AUPHA’s Art of Teaching Institute

West Virginia University's School of Public Health will play a part in preparing the next generation of health administration educators as a part of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)'s Art of Teaching Institute (ATI) in March.  Heather Henderson, MA, EdD, and Steve Davis, MSW, MPA, PhD, from the department of Health Policy, Management and Leadership, were selected to develop one of seven inaugural courses.

The Art of Teaching Institute offers current and aspiring faculty the opportunity to develop and improve their teaching practice in the health administration field.

Henderson and Davis' session, "So You Want To Teach? The Anatomy of a Course," will provide participants a strong foundation for course design and instruction for doctoral students, practitioners and new and aspiring faculty an opportunity to learn more about the best-practices of teaching.

In addition to  "So You Want To Teach? The Anatomy of a Course," AUPHA will be launching two other in-person course offerings on Sunday, March 19, preceding the ACHE's Congress in Chicago. 

Learn more by visiting AUPHA's website.