|A DAY IN THE LIFE...||STUDY ABROAD||EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING||HONORS FACULTY||NEWS||PHOTOS|
Dr. Catherine 'Cat' Paterson is an Associate
Professor of Athletic Training and a Faculty Fellow in the Center for
Public Service and Community Engagement. Dr. Paterson joined the
My research interests include investigating teaching and learning behaviors. Currently she and a group of students are determining the efficacy of preventative education on Methycillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) among athletes.
I suppose my involvement with the Honors Program began when I was asked to interview potential Presidential Scholars. Overtime my involvement grew to include advising and teaching honors students.
TYPICAL CLASSES TAUGHT
I typically teach honors
conversion classes within Athletic Training. I think the most memorable
experience I have had with Honors students was when I chaperoned a group
ADVICE TO HONORS STUDENTS
Take seriously and be
comfortable with the impact you have on the ISU,
Image: two students and I while teaching a lab on forearm casting.