Each candidate will deliver a presentation followed by a Q & A period during an open session on the Moscow campus. Video recordings of the open forum will be available following the last candidate's presentation.
Jeffrey G. Seegmiller, Ed.D, ATC
March 10, 4:00 - 5:00 pm PST | Student Union Building, Vandal Ballroom
Dr. Jeff Seegmiller began his career preventing, treating, and rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries as a certified athletic trainer with numerous clinics, schools, and teams. He pursued graduate study in athletic training and biomechanics and earned his doctorate in curriculum and instructional design. He served as the graduate program director at Ohio University where he developed and directed the master's and doctoral education programs and established outreach clinical services to rural communities. Since coming to the University of Idaho in 2007, he has chaired musculoskeletal anatomy for the WWAMI program and co-developed a master's and doctoral program that has gained national recognition.
Philip Mixter, Ph.D.
March 13, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST | Student Union Building, Borah Theater
Dr. Mixter attended Oregon State University, worked for a biotechnology company and earned his doctorate at University of California - Los Angeles School of Medicine. After a fellowship at the Vermont College of Medicine, Dr. Mixter joined the Washington State University faculty in August 1995 with a joint appointment including WWAMI, teaching Medical Immunology to first-year students. Dr. Mixter completed a National Science Foundation-sponsored Biology Scholars Assessment residency in 2011-12, was named one of three Distinguished Teachers on the WSU campus for 2012, and received the WSU ACADA Advising Faculty award in 2013. Dr. Mixter is an active member of the Teaching Academy in the College of Veterinary Medicine and serves the Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education as Reviews Editor. Dr. Mixter's current instructional research focuses on student decision-making in science-related fields. Dr. Mixter is married with a daughter who recently graduated from college.
Martin Teintze, Ph.D.
March 27, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST | Student Union Building, Borah Theater
Dr. Martin Teintze has served as the Interim Director and Director of the WWAMI program at Montana State University for the past four and a half years. He has taught for 22 years in the WWAMI program, including 14 years as the Biochemistry Course Chair at MSU. He has studied methods for blocking the interaction of HIV with cellular receptors for more than 20 years, and is now interested in multidrug resistant bacteria. His B.S. and Ph.D. are from Caltech and University of California, San Diego, and he was previously on the faculty at Cornell University Medical College.