Faculty Member – Angie Choi

Angie Choi, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: (501) 686-8889
Fax: (501) 686-8315
Office: EDII 6/107
Email: anchoi@uams.edu

Education & Training

University of Arkansas Little Rock, EdD
California Institute of Integral Studies, MA
University of California Davis, Single Subject Teaching Credential
Wellesley College, BA

Teaching Responsibilities

PhPr 7103 Career Orientation and Communications
Lecturer, The Power of Reflection

Co-Curricular Teaching
Small Group Reflection Discussions

Research & Scholarly Interests

  • Holistic Admissions in Professional Education
  • Student Wellness
  • Student Academic Performance
  • Student Portfolios in Professional Education
  • Spirituality in Higher Education

Honors & Awards

Fellowship: National Data Institute, National Science Foundation/National Center for Education Statistics/Association of Institutional Research Summer Institute, Washington, DC, July 2013.

Memberships

  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
  • American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
  • Association for Institutional Research (AIR)
  • National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals (NAGAP)
  • Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA)

Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Choi AN, Flowers SK, Heldenbrand SD. Towards holistic admissions: A literature review of noncognitive admissions factors in colleges and schools of pharmacy and holistic admissions in other health professions. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2018; 10(10). In press

Heldenbrand S, Dayer LE, Martin BC, O’Brien CE, Choi AN, Gubbins, PO, Hawthorne J, Ramey M, Willis K, Flowers, SK. Advanced pharmacy practice experience evaluation scores correlate with multiple mini interview score, prepharmacy GPA and pharmacy GPA. Am J Pharm Educ 2016; 80(2). Published online November 1. https://www.ajpe.org/pdf/10.5688/ajpe6326

PEER-REVIEWED PROPOSALS

Choi AN, Barrett TG (2012). Thomas Jefferson’s vision for the curriculum of the University of Virginia and its place in curricular development in 19th century American higher education. Paper presented at the Organization of Educational Historians (OEH) annual conference, Chicago, IL.

POSTERS

Heldenbrand SD, Castleberry A, Payakachat N, Dayer LE, Martin B, Choi AN, Flowers SK. MMI, PCAT, and pharmacy GPA are associated with performance on cumulative high-stakes examination in senior year.  AACP Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN. July 2017.

Neill, K. ; Choi, A.N.; Bryant-Howe M.; Castleberry A.N. (2017). PROgress Notes: Redesigning the Student Portfolio System for Greater Efficiency and Impact on Student Growth. Poster presented at the AACP annual meeting, Nashville, TN.

Dayer, L. E.; Flowers, S. K.; Martin, B. C.; O’Brien, C. E.; Choi, A. N.; Hawthorne, J. L.; Willis, K.; Ramey, M. & Heldenbrand, S. D. (2016). Multiple-Mini Interview (MMI) for Pharmacy School Admissions is Prognostic with Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Scores. Poster presented at the AACP annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Castleberry, A. N.; Choi, A. N. & Stowe, C. D. (2014). Qualitative evaluation of team-based learning in a pharmacy curriculum: What the students are saying about TBL. Poster presented at the Team-Based Learning Collaborative conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

Curriculum Vitae