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Congratulations to UCCS Faculty for QM Certification!

"The Quality Matters (QM) Program is a nationally recognized, faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components. Colleges and universities across and beyond the U.S. use the tools in developing, maintaining and reviewing their online courses and in training their faculty."

Quality Matters™ Higher Education Program

Dr. Linda Button
Linda Button, PhD
lbutton@uccs.edu

CURR 5002: Issues, Strategies, and Models in Curriculum Design
Designed to prepare students to write challenging, differentiated, and effective curricula for a variety of learners. A variety of curriculum models and strategies will be explored.

Certified Spring 2014

Sherry Lee, MSN
Sherry Lee, MSN
slee3@uccs.edu

NURS 3050: Health Assessment - RN
Focuses on the empirics and esthetics of health assessment. Enhances further development of health assessment skills in laboratory.

Certified Spring 2014

Carmen Stavrositu
Carmen Stavrositu, PhD
cstavros@uccs.edu

COMM 4140: Media Effects
This course is an overview of a broad range of media theories that have examined media as a social force, that have explored factors affecting individuals' selection and perceptions of media messages, and that have studied how media affect viewers' attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.

Certified Summer 2014

Baye Herald
Baye Herald, MA
cherald@uccs.edu

ENGL 3080: Advanced Business and Technical Writing
Writing workshop where students work on advanced business and administrative writing projects. Focus is on rhetorical strategies, document design principles, developing an understanding of ethics,and evaluating and synthesizing a variety of texts into students' own research and writing.

Certified Summer 2014

Katie Cathcart
Katie Cathcart, MCJA
kcathcar@uccs.edu

CJ 3220: Community Based Corrections
Focuses on innovative community-based strategies for dealing with criminal offenders. Correctional alternatives to imprisonment discussed in this course include probation and parole and various community programs such as day reporting centers, electronic monitoring, half-way houses, and boot camp programs.

Certified Summer 2014

Dr. Cathy Thompson
Cathy Thompson, PhD, RN, CCNS, CNE
cthompso@uccs.edu

NURS 4015: Nursing Research - RN
Presents the elements and processes of research and evidence-based practice. Knowledge gained from research contributes directly to students' patterns of knowing. Students begin to derive a theoretical and research-based knowledge of the therapeutic nursing interventions that underpin the roles of a competent baccalaureate-prepared nurse.

Certified Fall 2014

Gordon Stringer
Gordon Stringer, MBA
gstringe@uccs.edu

FNCE 3050: Fundamentals of Finance
Provides the student with the conceptual framework necessary to appreciate and understand the problems facing the financial manager in the world today.  Considerable time will be spent on financial management methods that provide the basis for making sound financial decisions.

Certified Spring 2015

Sue Davis, MSN, RN
Sue Davis, MSN, RN
sdavis4@uccs.edu

NURS 4350: Nursing Management
Develops management theories and professional issues and trends. Emphasizes organizational and financial principles. Clinical preceptors provide the student with opportunities to explore application of management skills.

Certified Fall 2015

Dr. Irina Kopteva
Irina Kopteva, Ph.D.
ikopteva@uccs.edu

GES 1990: Introduction to Human Geography
A systematic introduction to the broad field of human-land interactions and spatial order. Emphasis is placed on the major themes of geographic inquiry including use of thematic maps, population numbers and distribution, development, changing resource and land use, culture regions, location decisions, settlements and cities, transportation, political units, and human-environment interactions.

Certified Fall 2015

Mary Bethe Neely
Mary Bethé Neely, MS
mneely@uccs.edu

CHEM 1101: Chemistry in the Modern World
A brief introduction to chemical principles and study of their application to biochemical materials and processes, consumer chemistry, energy problems, air and water pollution and toxic chemicals.

Certified Fall 2015

Deb Tuffield, MSN, RN
Deb Tuffield, MSN, RN
dtuffiel@uccs.edu

NURS 4290: Advanced Nursing
Synthesizes nursing content necessary for therapeutic interventions for the care of complex adult patients in the acute and critical care settings. Emphasis on prioritization of care and management of groups of complex patients.

Certified Fall 2015

Dr. Scott Kupferman
Scott Kupferman, Ph.D.
skupferm@uccs.edu

CURR 5170: Introduction to Technology in Education
This course explores the foundations, strategies, and tools for using technology as a means of engaging all students within inclusive educational settings. A focus is placed on universal design for learning (UDL) as a framework for selecting, evaluating, and implementing educational technology hardware and software.

Certified Fall 2015

Dr. Deb Pollard
Deb Pollard, PhD, RNC-OB, CNE, IBCLC
dpollard@uccs.edu

NURS 6120: Research & Knowledge Translation in Nursing
Explores the basis for research in advanced practice nursing. Emphasis is placed on the research process and critiquing published research.

Certified Spring 2016

Barbara Prinari, Ph.D.
Barbara Prinari, PhD
bprinari@uccs.edu

MATH 3400: Introduction to Differential Equations
First order differential equations, linear differential equations. Additional methods selected from the Laplace transform method, power series solutions, numerical solutions, linear systems.

Certified Spring 2016

Janice Thorpe
Janice Thorpe
jthorpe@uccs.edu

COMM 3240: Business and Professional Communication
Theory and practice in oral and written communication competency for business and the professions. Topics include presentational speaking, business and proposal writing, interpersonal communication in organizations, and communication trends in business organizations of the future. 

Certified Summer 2016

Dr. Patricia Witkowsky
Patricia Witkowsky, PhD
pwitkows@uccs.edu

LEAD 5260: College Student Development Theories
Examines various theories of college student development, will include: racial, sexuality, intellectual, moral, ethical, personality, psychosocial, career development, and more. Students will also explore contemporary issues and trends related to providing services to various types of students.   

Certified Summer 2016


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