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Vahid Serpooshan Chosen for WHEA Teaching Fellowship Inaugural Cohort
Woodruff Health Educators Academy (WHEA) Fellowship to aid health science educators
November 21, 2018

Vahid Serpooshan, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Emory and Georgia Tech, has been selected for the Woodruff Health Educators Academy’s (WHEA) Teaching Fellowship inaugural cohort.


The WHEA Teaching Fellowship is a 12-month program for health science educators who want to advance their teaching skills and offer quality instruction to their learners. The fellowship includes monthly two-hour skills development workshops and monthly online intersession discussion groups. All sessions are organized around three domains: designing and planning learning, teaching and facilitating learning, and assessment of learning. Upon completion, fellows will be awarded a certificate of distinction in teaching. Graduates will also have the opportunity to teach workshops to future fellowship cohorts. The cohort begins March, 2019.

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