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Faculty Bios

Susan Verscheure

During her graduate career, Susan developed a passion for teaching and has focused on creating a non-traditional classroom teaching environment, utilizing active and collaborative learning as a base. In 2008 Susan received the Ersted Teaching Award which recognizes excellence in teaching by faculty members at the University of Oregon early in their teaching careers. As the human anatomy instructor, she uses problem-solving and case study techniques to emphasize the clinical and practical application of the subject matter. As program director of the NATA- accredited graduate athletic training program, Susan supports her student’s interests in clinical advancement, teaching, and research.

Courses taught:

  • ANAT 311 Human Anatomy: Musculoskeletal System
  • ANAT 312 Human Anatomy: Internal Organ Systems
  • HPHY 669 The Female Athlete
  • HPHY 607 Teaching College Science
  • HPHY 399 Anatomy & the Human Experience (Faculty Perspectives Seminar)
  • HPHY 607 Athletic Training Program Seminar

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Dave Dusseau

Professor Dusseau is Donald A. Tykeson Senior Instructor of Business in the Lundquist College of Business. He is innovative in the classroom, including a computer simulation where students make strategic decisions for fictional businesses and compete with others in their industry. The students are able to see how managerial decisions impact business in different ways. Students consistently give Dusseau high rankings on both enthusiasm and rapport, especially in his large section of Introduction to Business. He is the recipient of the 2009 Thomas Herman award for excellence in teaching.

Courses taught:

  • BA 101 Introduction to Business
  • BA 199 Special Studies - Maximizing Your Liberal Education
  • BE 325 Global, Legal, Social Environment of Business

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Ron Beghetto

Ron Beghetto's research appears in a wide variety of scholarly journals and edited volumes. He serves as an associate editor for the International Journal of Creativity & Problem Solving and on the editorial boards of the Journal of Educational Research, Journal of Creative Behavior, and Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. He was the 2008 recipient of the Daniel E. Berlyne early career outstanding research award from Division 10 of the American Psychological Association. In 2006 he received the UO Ersted Award for outstanding teaching.

Courses taught:

  • EDST 212   Foundations of Learning and Intervention
  • EDST 331   Autobiography of Schooling
  • EDST 333   Learning, Teaching, and Assessment II
  • EDST 339   Observation: Learning, Teaching, Assessment II
  • EDST 613   Motivation & Management

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