Dr. Loscko is an associate professor for an introductory anatomy and physiology course enrolling approximately 100- 110 freshman nursing students a semester. Each semester her teaching responsibilities include 6 lecture hours; 12 lab hours, 1 recitation hour, and course and laboratory preparation. While teaching this course Dr. Loscko has introduced blended learning; peer interactive learning; interactive cloud based courseware; and two plastinated human cadavers to the course.
Dr. Loscko has been a member of the college curriculum committee since 2005. She co-chaired the committee from 2008 - present. During this time the committee has maintained a high standing and approval rate with the OBN; HLC; and the CCNE.
Associate Professor of Anatomy and Physiology; General Education Curriculum Member
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, The Ohio State University,1997.
Bachelor of Science Biological Science, The Ohio State University, 1993.
Certifications, Honors & Achievements
Distinguished Faculty and Faculty Marshall MCCN, 2008.
The Ohio Magazine Excellence in Education Award, 2006.
Outstanding Public Speaker, Young Women in Science and Technology Conference, 2001.
Loscko, K. (2007). A Kinesthetic Model to Teach Fluid and Electrolytes. Poster presented at the 21st Annual Human Anatomy and Physiology Society of Educators Conference 2007, San Diego, California.
Loscko, K. (2007). A Kinesthetic Model to Teach Fluid and Electrolytes. Workshop presented at the 21st Annual Human Anatomy and Physiology Society of Educators Conference 2007, San Diego, California.
Member, The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2010 – present.
Member, The Human Anatomy and Physiology Society of Educators; 2002 – present.
Member, The American Association of Anatomists, 2003 – present.
Member, The American Physiology Society, 2003 – present.