Shelter medicine course wins UFIT award

Levy with award

Dr. Julie Levy with the award that the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program received from UFIT for one of its courses.

A team-taught course developed by the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program has received the UFIT’s Exceptional Course Development Award for the 2018-19 academic year.

The course, VEM5321, “Integrating Veterinary Medicine into Shelter Systems,”, emphasized personalized assignments with direct application of course concepts to their students’ future professional lives. Drs. Julie Levy, Cynda Crawford, Brenda Griffin and Sarah Kirk team-taught the course, along with Chrissy Sedgley.

Instructional design support was provided by UFIT’s Ariel Gunn.

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