Previous Participants

Innovation Intersession2018  
Above: The 2018 Innovation Intersession (left), 2019 Innovation Intersession (right).

Below you will find each instructor who completed the Innovation Program, their home unit and what module the chose and flipped.  


  • Ali Barikroo (Health Sciences):  Anatomy and Physiology of Swallowing in Healthy Adults
  • Amanda Burke (Health Education & Promotion):  Health Education and Promotion Organizations (HEDP)
  • Kathleen Durant (Speech Pathology & Audiology):  Principles of Assessment:  Birth to Five
  • Kim Garchar (Philosophy):  Introduction to MLK, racism and non-violet protest
  • Kiwon Lee (School of Foundations, Leadership & Administration):  Yeast Breads
  • Jason Lorenzon (College of Aeronautics and Engineering):  The Road to 9/11:  How did this Happen?
  • Gerrey Noh (Music):  The Renaissance Modes and Two-Voice Counterpoint
  • Jennifer McDonough (Biological Sciences):  Introduction to Epigenetics
  • Roshinee Perera (Chemistry):  Chemistry Basic Matter and Measurement
  • Rouzbeh Razavi (Management & Information Studies):  Introduction to R Programming


  • Lindsay Baran (Finance):  Using Financial Forecasts
  • Natalie Caine-Bish (Health Sciences/Nutrition):  Choosing the Correct Statistical Test
  • David Foster (Journalism and Mass Communication):  Manual Photography and Exposure Basics
  • Min He (Mathematical Sciences):  Concept of a Function
  • Laurie Hines (Foundations, Leadership, & Administration):  US’s First Party System
  • Rebecca Hug (School of Lifespan Development & Educational Sciences):  Transgenerational Family Therapy
  • Bethany Lanese (Health Policy and Management):  Medicare and Medicaid
  • Karen Mascolo (Nursing):  Ethics of Nursing Practice
  • John McDaniel (Exercise Science):  Blood Flow and Pressure Changes
  • Dhruba Panthi (Engineering Technology Program):  Shear Force and Bending Moments in Beams
  • Kasey Ray (Sociology):  The U.S. Court System
  • Gina Severino (Nursing):  Atrial Arrhythmia’s
  • Kimberly Talentino (Spanish):  The Use of Ser and Estar



  • Loubna Bilali (Modern & Classical Language Studies):  Localization context and concepts
  • Jenny Cureton (Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences):  Trait and factor theory
  • Daniel Dankovich (Biological Sciences):  Lesson A) Introduction to anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and organization of the human body, Lesson B)  Body's Organ systems
  • Qunxing Ding (Biological Sciences):  Human population & pollution
  • Abbey Eng (College of Public Health):  Hypothesis Testing
  • Julie Evey (Psychology):  Statistics, Variability of measures of spread
  • Joseph Kratky (Mathematics):  Triangle Trigonometry
  • Rachel LoMonaco-Benzing (Fashion Design & Merchandising):  Anatomy of a garment
  • Ellen Mulqueeny (Mathematics):  Logarithmic Functions
  • Mindy Nett (Department of Accounting):  Itemized deductions
  • Joan Steidl (Human Services Technology):  Listening and clinical note writing
  • Eriko Tanaka (Modern & Classical Language Studies):  Lesson A - Japanese - Causative form, lesson B)  Causative form plus helping verbs


  • Heather Beaird (Epidemiology & Biostatistics):  Lesson A/B) measures of morbidity and mortality - extent of disease 
  • David Bowers (Chemistry): Part I) Precipitation and acid Base Reactions, Part II) Redox Reactions
  • Yijing Chen (Biological Sciences):  Lesson A) DNA Structure and function, Lesson B) DNA Replication
  • Shawn Golden (Computer Technology):  Script analysis and writing
  • Lynne Guillot Miller (Lifespan Development & Educational Sciences): Lesson A) Case Conceptualization, Lesson B) Goal & objective setting
  • Sanhita Gupta (Biological Sciences):  Lesson A) Mendels Laws of inheritance, Lesson B) Predicting risks of transmission and inheritance of genetic disorders
  • Robin Joynes (Psychology):  Overview and Longitudinal Correlation Design
  • Jill Kawalec (Podiatric Medicine):  Lesson A)  Finding Medical Literature, Lesson B) Inferential Statistics, Lesson
  • Robin Mermer (Nursing / Nursing Technology):  Lesson A) body fluids, IV fluids, electrolytes, acid-base imbalances and ABG Interpretation
  • Marlo Miller (Early Childhood Education):  Phonics
  • Mariana Romero (Modern & Classical Language Studies):  Spanish Vocabulary and expressions:  Lesson A) topics, family, professions, daily routines, Lesson B)  routines, Lesson C) routines part II
  • Lauren Vachon  (Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality):  Reading Queer Theory


  • Matthew Bryant (Physics):  Lesson A)  Momentum & Impulse, Lesson B)  Conservation of Momentum, Lesson C) Collision and Explosions
  • Valerie Cubon-Bell (Chemistry):  Lipids - Introduction to Fatty Acids & Reactions involving Lipids
  • Karen Gordon (Health Sciences / Nutrition):  Lesson A) Behavior change models, Lesson B) Linking Learning objectives to behavior change models
  • Luis Hermosilla (Modern & Classical Language Studies):  Versions of culture - Spanish American Indigenous Culture
  • Suzanne Holt (Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality):  The Woman Question
  • Jeffrey Huston (EHHS / Athletic Training):  Health Insurance, Billing & Coding
  • Emily Mupinga (Lifespan Development & Educational Services):  Conception & Prenatal Development
  • Lynette Phillips (Biostatistics):  Bias in epidemiologic studies: identifying and addressing bias
  • John Staley (Health Policy & Management):  Policy Formation in Policy Making 101
  • Gregory Tinkler (Biological Sciences):  DNA, Chromosomes, the Cell Cycle
  • Maria Zaldivar (Modern & Classical Language Studies):  Language - English only or Bilingualism