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Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Averion

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Averion

Lisa Averion is currently an IHS adjunct faculty member. She teaches IHS 3700J: Writing in Health Sciences & Professions, IHS 3600 Interpretations of Health and Medicine Through Literature and IHS 4447: Critical Thinking and Reasoning in Clinical Problem Solving. These courses are offered online via Athens Online and eCampus. Learn more about Averion below:

How does your past or current professional life impact the way you teach IHS courses, and vice versa?

I have taught on campus and online and value building relationships with students. I am deliberate at designing my courses to foster a virtual classroom. Weekly communication is essential to building a positive classroom environment.

What activities do you enjoy outside of work?

I enjoy spending time with my husband and five children. I love to bake, cook, garden, read, ride my bike and hike. I also love to host dinner parties, cookouts and events with family and friends.

What are some words of wisdom you would like to share with students?

Be a planner, stay organized, and always make a list. Communicate with your professors if you feel overwhelmed or need help because we want you to be successful at Ohio University. The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be ignited. - Plutarch

Check out the Course Offerings page for more information on when Averion's classes will be offered this summer and next fall semester!