Center for Teaching and Learning

2020 poster contest finalists & prize recipients

Thanks to everyone who participated in the 16th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium Poster Contest.  Our judges chose six finalists based on the appearance, content, and video presentation of their posters. Three of the six finalists will be awarded prizes. Congratulations to all! And a special thank you to our judges from the College of Education, College of Arts & Sciences, Foster School of Business, and the College of the Environment.

2020 prize recipients

Posters are listed in alphabetical order. Click on the poster titles to visit pages that include a project abstract, a PDF, and a video presentation.

Poster titled: An International Collaborative Journal Club for Prosthetics and Orthotics Students

An International Collaborative Journal Club for Prosthetics and Orthotics Students

  • Cody McDonald, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle
  • Nana Agyei, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Brother Tarcisius Prosthetics and Orthotics Training College
  • Susan Spaulding, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle
  • Anne Yamane, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle
  • Karen Freisem, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, UW Seattle

Poster titled: Constructively Aligning Instruction of Scientific Content with Written-Communication Skills

Constructively Aligning Instruction of Scientific Content with Written-Communication Skills

Robin McLachlan, School of Oceanography, UW Seattle


Poster titled: Developing Discipline-Specific Writing Support Services in Nursing

Developing Discipline-Specific Writing Support Services in Nursing

  • Kyla Woodward, School of Nursing, UW Seattle
  • Anne Hirsch, School of Nursing, UW Seattle

2020 contest finalists

Posters are listed in alphabetical order. Click on the poster titles to visit pages that include a project abstract, a PDF, and a video presentation.

Poster titled: Developing an Academic Ultrasound Curriculum: Hybrid Learning for Busy Clinicians

Developing an Academic Ultrasound Curriculum: Hybrid Learning for Busy Clinicians

  • Alexander Vengerovsky, School of Medicine, UW Seattle
  • James Town, School of Medicine, UW Seattle
  • David Carlbom, School of Medicine, UW Seattle

Poster titled: Doing Learning Differently: International Student Experiences with Active Learning

Doing Learning Differently: International Student Experiences with Active Learning

  • Ellen Ahlness, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, UW Seattle
  • Pratima Jadhav, Leadership and Policy Studies, College of Education, UW Seattle

Poster titled: Subjective Feedback, Competition, Effort and Performance - an Online ExperimentSubjective Feedback, Competition, Effort and Performance – an Online Experiment

Anna Lovasz, Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, UW Tacoma