MACON – Casie Bridges was recently appointed instructional technologist for Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM).
“We are thrilled to have Casie join us as our new instructional technologist,” said Dr. Susan Codone, senior associate dean of academic affairs. “She has years of experience in instructional technology, design and teaching in the Technical College System of Georgia. We know she’ll contribute immediately to our technology infrastructure in the School of Medicine.”
Bridges earned both her Bachelor of Business Administration in business management and Master of Arts in Teaching in business education with a concentration in instructional technology from Georgia College and State University.
Since 2017, she has served as an instructor and program chair of business technology at Athens Technical College. Previously, she was an instructor of business technology at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) from 2011-2017.
In 2015, she received the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Instruction for CGTC’s Milledgeville campus.
About Mercer University School of Medicine (Macon, Savannah and Columbus)
Mercer University’s School of Medicine was established in 1982 to educate physicians and health professionals to meet the primary care and health care needs of rural and medically underserved areas of Georgia. Today, more than 60 percent of graduates currently practice in the state of Georgia, and of those, more than 80 percent are practicing in rural or medically underserved areas of Georgia. Mercer medical students benefit from a problem-based medical education program that provides early patient care experiences. Such an academic environment fosters the early development of clinical problem-solving and instills in each student an awareness of the place of the basic medical sciences in medical practice. The School opened a full four-year campus in Savannah in 2008 at Memorial University Medical Center. In 2012, the School began offering clinical education for third- and fourth-year medical students in Columbus. Following their second year, students participate in core clinical clerkships at the School’s primary teaching hospitals: Medical Center, Navicent Health in Macon; Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah; and The Medical Center and St. Francis Hospital in Columbus. The School also offers master’s degrees in family therapy, preclinical sciences and biomedical sciences.