Dr. ANGIE HARRELL

Education

2016                A.T. Still University, Mesa, Arizona

                        Doctorate of Health Sciences with a concentration in Higher Education

               -Graduated with Academic Honors

2010             University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

                        Masters of Science in Healthcare Administration

                -Graduated with Academic Honors

2004            University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska

Bachelor of Science in Radiation Science Technology

                -Graduated with Academic Honors

 2000                Indiana University, Fort Wayne, Indiana

                        Associate of Science in Radiologic Sciences

                 –Graduated with Academic Honors

 2000                Fort Wayne School of Radiography, Fort Wayne, Indiana

                        Certificate of Radiography

Licensure and Certification

Indiana State Board of Health                                                            2000-Present

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists                                2000-Present

Employment

August 2018 – Present

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Director of MHA andd Associate Professor, Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership

  • Oversee faculty performance and recruitment
  • Update program materials and publications
  • Promoting the program and school to various external constituents
  • Perform programmatic assessment
  • Evaluate curriculum and made revisions and changes as necessary
  • Teach graduate level courses in healthcare administration

July 2017 – August 2018       

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Clinical Coordinator and Associate Professor Radiologic Technology

  • Assess radiography students in clinical and classroom setting
  • Develop and implement teaching methods to facilitate students’ classroom and clinical learning
  • Evaluate students clinical and classroom performance
  • Coordinate clinical education including clinical sites and program clinical orientation, rotational schedules, rotational objectives, student, and staff feedback.
  • Maintain appropriate records such as clinical evaluations, test scores, anecdotal and attendance on an ongoing basis to document evidence of student progress
  • Participate in recruitment, admission and marketing activities for the program and university
  • Advise students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Program

 August 2016 – July 2017       

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Associate Professor Radiologic Technology

  • Assess radiography students in clinical and classroom setting
  • Develop and implement teaching methods to facilitate students’ classroom and clinical learning
  • Evaluate students clinical and classroom performance
  • Maintain appropriate records such as clinical evaluations, test scores, anecdotal and attendance on an ongoing basis to document evidence of student progress
  • Participate in recruitment, admission and marketing activities for the program and university
  • Advise students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Program

 August 2011 – 2016    

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Assistant Professor Radiologic Technology

  • Assess radiography students in clinical and classroom setting
  • Develop and implement teaching methods to facilitate students’ classroom and clinical learning
  • Evaluate students clinical and classroom performance
  • Maintain appropriate records such as clinical evaluations, test scores, anecdotal and attendance on an ongoing basis to document evidence of student progress
  • Participate in recruitment, admission and marketing activities for the program and university
  • Advise students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Program

 August 2007-2011      

University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Radiologic Technology Instructor

  • Assess radiography students in clinical and classroom setting
  • Develop and implement teaching methods to facilitate students’ classroom and clinical learning
  • Evaluate students clinical and classroom performance
  • Maintain appropriate records such as clinical evaluations, test scores, anecdotal and attendance on an ongoing basis to document evidence of student progress
  • Participate in recruitment, admission and marketing activities for the program and university
  • Advise students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology Program

 

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