The Teaching Academy, the first of its kind in veterinary medicine, was created in July 2010 to continue to foster innovative curriculum at the college. The academy supports faculty dedicated to teaching and learning and brings educators together to help integrate common elements in the curriculum.
Our mission is to enhance the educational enterprises of the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine and to improve the professional lives of faculty, staff and students who are engaged in these enterprises.
More details about the Teaching Academy
The Annual Report is a summary of the 2012 Teaching Academy activities and member participation throughout the year.
To join the Teaching Academy mailing list and be informed of all Teaching Academy events, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Steve Hines is the associate dean for Teaching and Learning and director of the Teaching Academy. To help support faculty and innovation, each college department has an associate chair for DVM Education: Dr. Steve Hines for VMP, Dr. Lynne Nelson for VCS, and Dr. Leslie K. Sprunger for IPN.
CVM Teaching Academy Proposal June, 2010
The Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine, for more information.
Internal Teaching Academy web page (WSU only)