Melissa S. Medina, Ed.D.
Pharmacy Office of the Dean
Fax (405) 271-3830
Office CPB 125
My research focuses the scholarship of teaching and learning. One area of interest is on evaluating outcomes of faculty, resident, and graduate student teaching development programs. A second area of interest is on exploring the impact of curricular and course design, active learning strategies, and assessment methods on students’ knowledge, skill, and attitude development. A third area of interest is on the influence of doctor of pharmacy programmatic design and assessment on helping students attain program outcomes.
Education & Experience
Doctor of Education in Education, Learning, Cognition, and Development,
Rutgers Univ. Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ2006
Master of Education in Educational Psychology
Rutgers Univ. Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ1996
Publications & Presentations
- 1. Sweet G, Kelley K, Medina M, McCollum M. AAHLE Co-Curricular Examples. Stylus Publisher. 2021
2. Meny L, Seiferlein M, Chen A H, Maerten-Rivera J, Pavuluri N, Behnen E M, Malinowski J, Kolluru S, Nutan M H, Medina M. National survey of the administration and evaluation of the AACP Curriculum Quality Surveys. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2021; 85 : 8045
3. Medina M. The importance of mentors during preboarding, orientation, and onboarding of new faculty during a global pandemic. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2021; 85 : 8510
4. Pate A N, Neely S, Malcolm D R, Daugherty K K, Zagar M, Medina M. A multicenter study assessing effect of cognitive test anxiety on academic outcomes. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2021; 18 : 8041
5. Burnworth M J, Pettinger T K, Medina M, Niemczyk M. Preceptor tips for navigating generational differences with introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experience students. Pharmacy practice. 2020; 18 : 2176