Beth Freeburg

Beth Freeburg

Assistant Provost

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Robert L Slagle Hall 102A

Phone: (605) 677-6497

Email: Beth.Freeburg@usd.edu

Teaching Interests:

Health Sciences, Physiology and Anatomy


Research Interests:

Enhancing student learning and understanding through engagement.


Education:

  • Specialist in Education, Educational Administration, University of South Dakota, 2009
  • Ph D, Basic Biomedical Sciences, University of South Dakota, 2008
  • BS, Science-Education, University of Notre Dame, 2002

Licensures and Certifications:

  • CITI Certification, USD- Office of Human Subjects
  • K-12 Teaching Certification, State of South Dakota and State of Indiana

Grants:

  • Medical Informatics Committee Technology Grant, Health Affairs. Grant Role: Principal. (2011 - 2011)
  • CURCA, Center for Academic Engagement. Grant Role: Supporting. (2011 - 2011)
  • Technology Fellow Grant, Center for Teaching and Learning. Grant Role: Principal. (2009 - 2010)

Publications:

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  • Freeburg, Elizabeth, Goyeneche, Alicia, and Telleria, Carlos. Mifepristone abrogates repopulation of ovarian cancer cells in between courses of cisplatin treatment., 743-755. Iss. 34. International Journal of Oncology, 2009. (DOI: PMID: 19212679)
  • Freeburg, Elizabeth, Goyeneche, Alicia, and Telleria, Carlos. Resistance to cisplatin does not affect sensitivity of human ovarian cancer cell lines to mifepristone cytotoxicity., 4. Iss. 9. Cancer Cell International , 2009. (DOI: PMID: 19222856)
  • Freeburg, Elizabeth, and Goyeneche, Alicia. Resistance to cisplatin does not affect sensitivity of human ovarian cancer cell lines to mifepristone.. Iss. 809. AACR, 2009.
  • Goodman, Barb, Freeburg, Elizabeth, Rasmussen, Katherine, and . Elementary education majors experience hands-on learning in introductory biology, 195-203. Vol. 30, Iss. 4. Advancements in Physiology Education, 2006.

Awards and Honors:

  • NOMINEE: Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence in the School of Health Sciences, nominated by some students in the Health Sciences Major, School of Health Sciences, 2011
  • Consistent "Much Higher" Student Evaluation Scores, IDEA, 2010
  • USD Soccer Professor Appreciation, USD Athletics, 2010
  • Consistent "Much Higher" Student Evaluation Scores, IDEA scores, 2010

Presentations:

  • Kaatz, Brian, Larson, June, Freeburg, Elizabeth. Development and Early Success of HSC Major. Presented at the ASAHP Annual Conference.