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“Dr. Nolinske took tremendous care in preparing for our
class; excellent
listener and facilitator; leads and ‘opens' discussions…gifted
in relating her experiences to our learning…makes
learning enjoyable…
Dr. Nolinske has exceptional command
of the subject matter.”

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EDUCATOR AND TRAINER

Working with corporations, not-for-profits and small businesses, Terrie has presented training programs in areas related to strategic planning, accessibility, diversity awareness, mentoring relationships, organizational development, evaluation, process improvement, customer service, program development, disability awareness and creativity.

Terrie has held numerous faculty appointments, including Visiting Assistant Professor in Management at Dominican University, Assistant Professor in Health Systems Management at Rush University and Associate in Orthopaedics at Northwestern University Medical School.

Terrie was as Adjunct Faculty member and Visiting Assistant Professor in Management at Dominican University, just west of Chicago. She taught Entrepreneurship and Management in the undergraduate business program and Human Resource Management, Managerial Communication and Organizational Analysis and Design in the MBA program. She also taught Organizational Analysis and Design in the Executive MBA Program at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland.

At Northwestern University’s Prosthetics-Orthotics Center, Terrie taught anatomy, neurology, pathology, biomechanics, and upper limb, lower limb and spinal orthotics to surgeons, physicians, residents and orthotics students. Terrie created course objectives, curricula, student manuals, case studies, experiential learning activities and problem-based exams.

At Chicago’s Rush University, Terrie was a tenured Associate Professor in Occupational Therapy and Assistant Professor in Health Systems Management where she taught all clinical courses related to the evaluation and treatment of people with physical disabilities. Terrie also taught a cross-disciplinary course in geriatrics and an advanced level course in research, professional behavior and ethics.

Terrie chaired committees for and advised over 30 graduate students in their research; she conducted an informal weekly seminar on the research process. She initiated faculty development initiatives at both the department and university levels for both new and experienced faculty.

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