“This was by far the
workshop on diversity I've ever attended. It was engaging and
extremely powerful
in its message.”

James Eison, Prof.
University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida





“With a minimum of input, Terrie was responsive to our
needs. She not only
presented materials
on instructional
design, but involved
participants in cooperative learning exercises. She led by creative example.
Staff came away with clear direction on
how to develop their curriculum.”

Tom Ferguson
Asst. V.P. of H.R.
Rush University
Chicago, Illinois
































Interview with The Chicago Tribune about mentoring relationships in professional development, Chicago, Illinois

60-minute interview on Let's Talk Nutrition, on WHNZ radio, hosted by Dr. Michael Garkow, Tampa, Florida

Television interview with NBC News Channel 8, BODIES…The Exhibition, Tampa, Florida

60-minute television interview about bioethics on Fox 13, the Kathy Fountain Show, Tampa, Florida

One of two guests on The Mayor's Hour, CTTV, Channel 15, Tampa, Florida

Interview with Pat Newton on “All About Women", WENG, Englewood, Florida

Newspaper interviews with the St. Petersburg Times and The Tampa Tribune, BODIES…The Exhibition

"Museum Accessibility", two appearances on a 30-minute talk show broadcast by Chicago Radio Information Services, Chicago, Illinois

AM Chicago, 30-minute talk show on adaptive equipment for people with disabilities, Chicago, Illinois


Invited Panelist / Full Proposal Reviewer for the Informal Science Education program, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, the National Science Foundation

Invited Panelist to set the achievement level in science for grade level 8 to identify what students should know and be able to do in science -- National Assessment of Educational Progress, The Nation's Report Card


Half-day workshop on “Outcomes-based Planning and Evaluation”, Florida Association of Museums, Sarasota, September 2009

Workshop on “Evaluation Methods: Advantages and Disadvantages”, National Science Foundation and Center for the Advancement of Informal Science Education, P.I. Summit, Washington D.C., July 2008

Half-day workshop/lab on “Physical Facility Accessibility”, Florida Association of
Museums, Miami, September 2008

Invited Speaker, Women in Leadership Symposium, Tampa, September 2006

Invited Speaker, “Involving 50+ Adults in Science Centers”, S.P.R.Y. Foundation, National Science Foundation, Association of Science and Technology Centers, American Association for Advancement of Science, AARP, Washington D.C., June 2006

“Educational Partnerships with National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration”, Association of Science and Technology Centers, Louisville, KY, October 2006

“Calumet Environmental Education Program Evaluation”, North American Association for Environmental Education, Biloxi, MS, November 2004

“Disability Awareness Training”, Accessible Practices Regional Workshop, sponsored by Association of Science and Technology Centers and St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, 2001

“The Real Truth about Corporate Values in America”, invited lecture to faculty and
students at Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, 2002

Moderator, session on "Evaluation Methods" and presenter of "Conservation Education Program Evaluation”, Second Pan-American Congress on the Conservation of Wildlife Through Education, New York City, June 1998

“Value Diversity: Connections for Inclusion”, Professional and Organizational Development in Higher Education, Salt Lake City, October 1998

"Access Chicago", 30-minute radio show broadcast by Chicago Radio Information
Services, Chicago, January 12 and March 9, 1998

“Multiple Intelligences, Multiple Approaches”, and “Writing Instructional Objectives”, “Preparing Media for Presentations” staff development, Lincoln Park Zoo educators, Chicago, February-April 1998

Invited Speaker, “The Modern Zoo”, Northwestern University Alumni Association Return to Learn Seminar Day, Evanston, IL, April 1998

"Minimizing Measurement Error in Questionnaires", Professional and Organizational
Development in Higher Education, Orlando, October 1997

“Selecting Research Methods” and “Developing a Research Proposal”, Governor’s
State University faculty and students, University Park, IL, September and October

“Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learning Styles”, Rush University Faculty in Human
Resources, Chicago, May 1997

“Faculty Development Institute”, 2-day Institute for 60 faculty in Occupational
Therapy, American Occupational Therapy Association, Chicago, April 1996

"Multiphase Approach to Docent Evaluation", American Zoo and Aquarium
Association Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1996

“Strategies for Creative Management”, 300 healthcare executives, Rehabilitation
Institute of Chicago, 1996

“A Continuum of Relationships in Professional Development,” University of Texas
Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, 1996

"The Mentor-Protégé Relationship as Perceived by the Mentor, Protégé and
Protégé’s Boss", International Mentoring Association, San Antonio, TX, 1995

“Multiple Mentors Facilitate Learning During Fieldwork”, The World Federation of
Occupational Therapy Congress, London, Great Britain, 1994

“A New Approach to the Academic Admissions Process”, American Occupational
Therapy Association, Boston, 1994

“Social Support for Newly Hired Faculty in Postsecondary Education”, American
Educational Research Association, Atlanta, 1993

“Spinal Cord Lesion Levels and Therapeutic Management”, Boston University,
Boston, 1986

"Upper Limb Orthotics", Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya, 1983

“Upper Limb Orthotic Principles, Components and Biomechanics”, “Upper Limb
Orthotic Pathomechanics”, Northwestern University Medical School physician’s
course, Chicago, 1979


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