Why I Teach: Conversations with ETSU Faculty

This podcast celebrates the faculty of East Tennessee State University by amplifying their stories. Faculty guests discuss why they are passionate about teaching and share what impact they hope their students will make on the world. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Kimberly D. McCorkle, ETSU Provost and Senior Vice President for Academics. Music for this podcast was composed by ETSU Professor Martin Walters.

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Episodes

7 days ago

From teaching dosage calculations to understanding the intense demands of working on the critical care unit, Rhonda Brodrick from the College of Nursing is inspiring the next generation of nursing professionals.

Thursday May 26, 2022

In 2021, a group of ETSU students decided to nominate their professor Dr. Sean Fox for a teaching award.  He went on to receive the Distinguished Faculty Award, the highest honor presented to an ETSU faculty member.

Thursday May 05, 2022

Dr. Tom Kwasigroch is one of the inaugural faculty members at the Quillen College of Medicine.  He has taught every medical school student since the school was established. Hear about his passion for medical education and how the instruction of gross anatomy has transformed during the past four decades. He also discusses the Human Anatomical Gifts Program and what it is like for medical students when they meet their first “patient,” which is a cadaver.

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