Department of Psychiatry
University of Cincinnati
United States of America
Catherine Strathern’s current research is a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project: a participatory action research group investigating scholarly teaching issues. Her teaching expertise covers the following topics: establishing rapport in the classroom, active learning, classroom management and writing across the curriculum. She also gives workshops in the community on the grieving process, communication issues and conflict resolution.
Teacher Scholar Inquiry Group -- Co-PI on a participatory action research project examining scholarly teaching through development of a teaching commons made up of faculty from ten different disciplines. This SOTL project is funded through AFTL.
Strathern,C., Wohlfarth, J. ,Cheatham, M., Lynch, E. (11/20/2010). Developing a Teaching Commons through Multidisciplinary Collaboration. Lilly International Conference on College Teaching , Oxford, OH.
Strathern,C. (03/02/2010). The Use of Undergraduate TAs in Introductory Psychology AFTL Teaching Fair, University of Cincinnati.
Lynch,E. ; Cheatham, M.; Strathern, C. (11/05/2010). The Teacher Scholar Inquiry Group: An Oasis in the Desert. CET&L Best Practices in Scholarly Teaching Conference, Cincinnati,OH.