Annie J. Daniel, Ph.D.
Title: Director of Veterinary Instructional Design and Outcomes Assessment, Associate Professor of Veterinary Medical Education, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Leadership & Human Resource Development
Bachelor’s Degree: Bachelor of Science, Louisiana State University, 1994
Master’s Degree: Masters of Science, Louisiana State University, 1997
PhD: Doctor of Philosophy, Louisiana State University, 2001
Phone: (225) 578-0724
Office: School of Veterinary Medicine, Suite 1213
Dr. Annie J. Daniel is Director of Veterinary Instructional Design and Outcomes Assessment in Office of Student and Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Veterinary Medical Education. She comes to LSU with almost 20 years of experience as an educator at multiples levels. She has taught at the K-12 (East Baton Rouge Parish Public School System), undergraduate, and graduate levels. She has had education leadership roles in higher education at the school level, department level, and university level with:
- Dillard University (Assistant Professor of Education, Assistant Director, Teaching, Learning, Technology, and Culture Center and Middle Level Education Program Coordinator),
- Tulane University School of Medicine (Director, Office of Medical Education & Assistant Clinical Professor),
- Des Moines University (Director, Center for the Improvement of Teaching and Learning & Associate Professor of Public Health).
As Director, she develops, manages, and implement initiatives that facilitate the improvement of faculty pedagogical and assessment skills. She is also responsible for continuing to further develop the outcomes assessment model, curriculum mapping, and instructional design for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree program.
Her areas of expertise are educational pedagogy, curriculum development, course design, educational research, educational technology, program evaluation, measurement and testing, student academic support, faculty development, educational policy development and implementation, and strategic planning. She is very proud of being selected by the students of Tulane University School of Medicine to receive the W. Clifford Newman Student Advocacy Award for her work with medical students in support of their academic success.
Henderson, T. L., Daniel, A. J., & Douglas, J. R., (In Press). Marriage laws. In The Encyclopedia of Family Studies.
Crawford, B., Kahn, M., Gibson, J., Daniel, A. J., & Krane, K., (2008). Impact of Hurricane Katrina on medical student academic performance: the Tulane experience. American Journal of Medical Science, 336(2), pp.142-146.
Daniel, A. J., (2005). Adolescents’ perceptions of deviance when using technology:
The approaching post-typographic culture. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 11(1), pp. 19-24
Daniel, A. J., (2003). Expanding the paradigm of teacher preparation: The student-mentor-teacher model. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 9 (1), pp. 27-39.
Daniel, A. J., (2005). Exploring middle and high school students’ perceptions of deviant behaviors when using computers and the Internet. Journal of Technology Studies, 31(2), pp. 70-80
American Educational Research Association April 2015
Paper Presentation: “Revisiting the Face of the Veterinary Profession:
Current and Past Data on Racial Diversity in the US Veterinary Colleges,” Chicago, IL
American Association of Medical Colleges Southern Group on Educational Affairs April 2015
Small Group Discussion Presenter/Facilitator:
Title: "Barriers that underrepresented minorities may encounter within Academic Healthcare:
We need to go beyond the limits of current thinking,” Charlotte, NC
American Association of Medical Colleges April 2015
Northeast and Southern GSA/OSR Joint Regional Meeting
Small Group Discussion Presenter/Facilitator:
Title: "Confronting Barriers that Underrepresented Minorities Encounter when
Considering Academic Careers,” New Orleans, LA
American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges March 2015
2015 Annual Conference & Iverson Bell
Presenter: “Exploring How to Effectively Integrate Cultural Competency in
the Veterinary Medicine Curriculum,” Washington, DC
International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare January 2014
Co-Presenter: “The Des Moines Area IPE Collaborative Group: Sharing
Lessons Learned from Developing and Implementing IPE Experiences with
Multiple Health Profession Programs” San Francisco, CA
Grants and Funded Research
G-TRR Reflective Rounds Project
The George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health - GWish
GWish and the John Templeton Foundation
George Washington University
Date: June 2011
Funds Requested: $25,000
Middle Level Teacher Preparation Institute (MLTPI)
PI: Annie J. Daniel, Ph.D.
Co- PI: Tammie M. Causey, Ph.D.
Funding Agency: Louisiana Board of Regents
Date: Spring 2003
Funds Requested: $87,500.00
Drake University School of Pharmacy, Self Study Committee for Reaffirmation of program 2013-Present
Louisiana Middle School Association (LMSA)
Board of Directors – Member, December 2003 - 2012
Southern Group on Education Affairs Steering Committee Member - American Association of Medical Colleges
Web Liaison for SGEA, 2010- 2012 and Co-Chair - Southern Group on Education Affairs (SGEA) Annual Conference, 2009 Conference Steering Committee
Diversity Affairs Officer - American Association of Medical Colleges
Representative for Tulane University School of Medicine, 2009-2012
American Association of Medical Colleges - The Continuum of Learning Initiative (CLI) Curriculum Inventory Portal (CIP) Focus Group Meeting,
October 2010, Washington, D