20th annual event scheduled for June 3-5, Simulation Certificate Program to follow June 6-7

The West Virginia University Health Sciences Faculty Development Program will host its 20th annual Teaching Scholars Summer Institute June 3-5. The virtual, three-day event provides the opportunity for faculty in all health-related schools and allied health professionals from across the country to develop skills in learning styles and strategies, scholarship, information technology, leadership and assessment.

A full schedule of events is available online.

Following the Teaching Scholars Summer Institute, attendees will have the opportunity to complete a Simulation Certificate Program. The in-person program will take place June 6-7 at the David and Jo Ann Shaw Center for Simulation Training and Education for Patient Safety (STEPS) on the Health Sciences Campus in Morgantown.

Mark your calendar and make plans to join this year’s virtual Summer Institute and in-person Simulation Certificate Program.

Additional details, including registration and fees, are available on the Faculty Development website.