Dr. Pinahs-Schultz is a Health Education professor who has served as a Collaboration Consultant/Evaluator and Traveling Workshop facilitator on curriculum design, program evaluation, teaching the millennial student and assessment of student learning. Additionally, she conducts an Institute for New Faculty Development. She was recently chosen to serve on the Academy on Persistence and Completion (APC), an initiative of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), focused on retention and graduation of the nation’s college and university students. She is also a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission. Dr. Pinahs-Schultz has published on classroom, program, and general education assessment and curriculum development.
Areas of Specialization
Student retention and engagement in a changing educational paradigm.
What is your teaching style?
My classroom teaching style is very student centered, providing students with an environment designed to increase student engagement and experiential learning. Assignments are designed to have real world application and I encourage students to apply critical thinking skills that will prepare them to contribute in a world marked by open or unscripted problems.