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Quentin Conkle, MS
Quentin Conkle is an Assistant Professor in the Interprofessional Healthcare Studies department. In this role, he teaches a variety of courses in the Health Professions Education program that focus on educational related topics such as, but not limited to course development, curriculum design, assessment development, technology in education, and effective online teaching. Quentin earned his Bachelor's of Art degree from Jackson State University in 2007 and his Master's of Science degree in Health Professions Education from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in 2013.
Quentin is also an instructional designer in the Online Learning and Instructional Design department where he assists faculty and staff with course development and creation, content planning, writing learning objectives and goals, course maintenance, teaching strategies, ADA compliance, selecting instructional methods and tools, and quality assurance. Additionally, he has presented at professional conferences, and led many workshops and training sessions on the use of technology in education. Quentin is also a certified Quality Matters Master Peer Reviewer and has conducted multiple course reviews. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Interprofessional Healthcare Studies.