Robert Oates is an undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor, where he has developed anatomy lab activities for first-year students in collaboration with faculty and peers.

Emma Drouillard is an undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. She is interested in anatomy as she wants to be a physiotherapist. As a student in the Outstanding Scholars program, she has assisted in the development of diverse anatomy images as a part of the Human Anatomy Instructional Practices Project.

Bradley D. Mangham is an undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. He is an Outstanding Scholar with research interests in anatomy instruction and education.

Kalina Georgieva is an undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. She is interested in research in anatomy curriculum development, and as an Outstanding Scholars student, has contributed to designing anatomy lab activities and developing curricula for first-year Kinesiology students.

Megan Murtagh is an undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. She is an Outstanding Scholar who has experience designing anatomy course and lab curricula for both face-to-face and online delivery to first-year Kinesiology students.

Laura Cruz (PhD, University of California at Berkeley, 2001) is an Associate Research Professor of Teaching and Learning Scholarship with the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence at Penn State. She also holds a position as visiting faculty with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Prishtina in Kosovo, part of a Fulbright specialist appointment.
Before coming to Penn State, she served as the director of two centers for teaching and learning and editor-in-chief for four journals in the field. Her published work comprises 100+ studies in history, pedagogy, and educational development, including her most recent co-authored book, Taking Flight: Making your Center for Teaching and Learning Soar (Stylus).

Fallon Mitchell is a PhD student in the Faculty of Human Kinetics. She is a graduate of the University of Windsor’s BHK and MHK programs. Her experience as a graduate assistant includes lecture-based and lab courses held in-person and online.

Elizabeth works to uphold the mission and vision of the University by supporting faculty, staff, and graduate students through education, scholarship, research, and engagement. She has a background in philosophy, pscyhology, and educational technology, and her disciplinary research focuses on critical thinking and argument education.

Laura works with faculty, staff, and graduate students to achieve the strategic learning and teaching goals of the University, and support the culture of scholarship in post-secondary education.