|Present||Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, Cedarville University ‐ Department of Kinesiology and Allied Health|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|Fellow, American Academy of Physician Assistants||Fellow, Christian Medical and Dental Association||Fellow, Fellowship of Christian Physician Assistants||Member, Physician Assistant Education Association||Fellow, Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants|
|B.A., Cedarville University|
|Master of Physician Assistant, Eastern Virginia Medical School|
Department of Kinesiology and Allied Health
Conference Presentations (13)
Magnum PI: Maximizing Your Admissions Personal Interviews Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum (2019)
To transform the student experience, start by selecting the right students for your institution. The personal interview can be a great tool to aid in the selection process for your program but only if conducted ...
The Opportunities & Challenges of Implementing CASPer: A Non-Cognitive Admissions Test Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum (2019)
Twenty PA programs have begun to adopt CASPer in their admissions process as a valid and low-cost method of assessing the non-cognitive competencies of their applicants. This session will present evidence surrounding its use in ...
Enhancing Admissions Process with CASPA 3.0 Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum (2016)
PA admissions personnel review hundreds — possibly thousands — of applications each cycle. CAS 3.0 offers customizable features for programs and applicants to enhance and streamline the admission and recruitment process, encouraging a more diverse ...
Mission-Driven Admissions: Aligning Process & Purpose Physician Assistant Education Association Annual Forum (2016)
The admissions process is designed to select the best students to fulfill the intended outcomes of a PA program. This session will focus on mission-driven admissions processes and encourage design and evaluation to link the ...