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Searle Fellows Cohort List

Since its inception in 1999, our Searle Fellows have exemplified what it means to think critically and reflectively about one’s own teaching—and the learning of one’s students—across a wide variety of disciplines and fields. To date, two hundred and sixty-eight early career faculty members, drawing from nine schools and representing a broad range of disciplines have passed through our program, making their mark not only in the classrooms, but also on the greater Northwestern community and beyond.

For more information about the Searle Fellows Program and fellow projects, please visit the Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching website.

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Name Final Projects Year
Mira Balberg Questioning Religion: Problematized Teaching in an Introductory Course 2016-2017
Sarah Bartolome

Community Engagement as Fieldwork: Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating a University-School Partnership for Pre-Service Music Educators

Klinton Bicknell

Teaching Students to Evaluate Evidence Using Skills-Focused Teaching Practices and Real-World Materials

Mobola Campbell-Yesufu

An Innovative Curriculum in Health Disparities and Social Justice for Internal Medicine Trainees

Shannon Crabtree

Implementing Mastery Learning into Physician Assistant Education Using Bedside Ultrasonography

Priya Gopwani Jain

Improving Trainee Feedback through a Clinical Coaching Program

Russ Horowitz

Development of a Longitudinal Ultrasound Curriculum for Early Medical Students

Angira Patel

Developing a Competency Driven Bioethics Curriculum for Graduate Medical Trainees

Angela Roberts

Meeting World Health Needs through Innovative Teaching Approaches in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Terri Sabol

Applying the Science of Child Development to Real-World Policy Contexts

Tiffany Marie Schmidt

Deepening Student Learning through Engagement in a Classroom of Thirty

Shayna Silverstein

Experiencing Disjuncture: When Less is More

Gregory Wagner

Building Critical Thinking about Computational Simulation in Engineering


Amy Y. Wang

Introducing Medical Students to Clinical Informatics Practice and Careers

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