Below you will find articles published by Teaching and Learning Scholars. Authors who are Teaching and Learning Scholars are in bold so that you may connect directly with them.


Begley, G. S. & Sahli, N. (2021). Service-learning success rooted in networks of partnership centered on teaching assistant-instructor collaboration. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, 32(1).

Gouldstone, A. & Smyser, B.M. (in press). Comparing patterns of quantitative literacy in mechanical and industrial engineering capstone teams. International Journal of Engineering Education.

Hayward, L.,  Al  Awadhi, A., Freitas, F. (2021). Perspective sharing in teaching and learning: inclusion of the student voice. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education. 32(1).


Cook-Sather, A. & Hayward L. (2020) A Matter of perspective: Two approaches to positioning student consultants on learning and teaching and legitimating student knowledge. College Teaching. 10.1080/87567555.2020.1793715. 


Begley, G.S., Berkey, B., Roe, L. and Schuldt, H. (2019). Becoming partners: Faculty come to appreciate undergraduates as teaching partners in a service-learning teaching assistant program. International Journal for Students as Partners, 3(1), 89-105.


Begley, G. S. (2018). Using elevator speeches to develop research & communication skills in biology. Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education, 19(1), 1-4. doi:10.1128/jmbe.v19i1.1405.

Bunning, L. & Kostka, I. (2018). I dare to communicate with strangers: Examining international students’ communication goals and strategy use during service-learning. The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal, 18(2), 117-146. 

Day, L. J. (2018). A gross anatomy flipped classroom effects performance, retention and higher-level thinking in lower performing students. Anatomical Sciences Education, (11), 565-574.  doi: 10.1002/ase.1772.

Hayward, L., Ventura, S., Schudt, H., Donlon, P. (2018) Student pedagogical teams: Engaging with faculty in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. College Teaching, 66(1), 37- 47. 

Hayward, L. & English, M. (2018). What’s the Task Value? Understanding Doctor of Physical Therapy student motivation for learning and valuing evidence-based practice. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 32(3), 300-309.


Mackie, W. A. (2017). Hypertension: An evidence informed, case-based approach. Physician Assistant Clinics, (2)4, 557-70.

Mackie, W. A. & Honda, T. J. (2017). Preventative cardiology. Physician Assistant Clinics, (2)4, 743-758.