Sue Boren Recognized for Teaching Excellence in Health Sciences

The Association of University Programs in Health Administration has awarded Sue Boren, professor of health sciences at the University of Missouri, the Quint Studer Gratitude Prize for Teaching Excellence. She was honored for her success in leadership, mentorship, teaching, community engagement, and health care administration scholarship.

Dr. Boren also serves as director of the master of health administration program in the University of Missouri College of Health Sciences. She also helped establish the university’s master’s degree in health informatics program. Her academic work centers around consumer health, as well as health informatics and health administration education. She studies how informatics can be used to improve patient care and student learning outcomes.

Dr. Boren is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she majored in psychology. She holds a master of health administration degree and a Ph.D. in educational leadership and policy analysis from the University of Missouri.

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