Associate Professor and Director of Instructional Effectiveness
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Sullivan University College of Pharmacy (Kentucky) – Pharm.D. & PGY-1 Residency (Ambulatory Care focus)
Indiana University Southeast (Indiana) – B.S. Secondary Education in Life Sciences, minor in Chemistry and M.S.Ed. in Instructional Systems Technology
FIELDS OF INTEREST
Curricular Development, Educational Best Practices Development, Authentic Assessments, Instructional Design, Delivery, and Evaluation
Dr. Sarah E. Raake obtained her Bachelor of Science in secondary education from Indiana University Southeast (New Albany, IN) and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (Louisville, KY). Upon graduation with her Doctorate, she completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with a focus in ambulatory care. Given a passion for instructional design and evaluation, Sarah continued her education, attaining a Master’s in Education with a focus in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University (Bloomington, IN). Sarah currently practices in ambulatory care pharmacy at the Center for Health & Wellness at Sullivan University. Her professional interests include authentic clinical assessments and instructional design. Sarah’s clinical interests include general ambulatory care with a focus on primary disease prevention and diabetes. On a personal note, Sarah lives on a working, 80-acre family farm in Southern Indiana. Her hobbies include caring for numerous pets, cooking, baking, traveling, visiting National Parks, scuba diving, and photography.