Anne Hinze, MA, MS

Anne Hinze, MA, MS

Coordinator, Academic Resource Center / FYE Professor
Office: Marian Hall 2C18
614-234-1135
ahinze@mccn.edu

Institution Degree Graduation Date
Ohio University BA 1991
Wright State University MA 1994
Kansas State University MS 2017
  • FYEX 110: College & Career Success
  • FYEX 111: College & Career Success
Institution Position Start Date End Date
Mount Carmel College of Nursing Graduate Advisor 2015 2017
Ohio University Adjunct English Instructor 2001 2016
Position Year
Director, Little Bottoms Free Store 2018-Present
Meals on Wheels Delivery 2018-Present

2017- Ann E. Schiele Presidential Endowment Fund - Peer Advisor Program: $12,800

2018 - Ann E. Schiele Presidential Endowment - Peer Advisor Program: $15,000

Hilty, D., Hinze, A., & Clark, K (2018, February) Using Krathwohl’s (1964) taxonomy to develop an affective domain questionnaire. Lilly Conference at Anaheim, California. [Poster presentation]

Hilty, D., Hinze, A., & Clark, K (2018, July) Preliminary examination of the positive impact of affect on learning for nursing students. Podium presentation at 14th World Congress on Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, Vancouver, Canada.

Hilty, D., Gill-Rocha, J., Ross, K., Hinze, A., & Clark, K (2018, July) Preliminary investigation of the Affective Domain questionnaire based on Krathwohl, Bloom, and Masia’s (1964) taxonomy. Poster presentation at 49th International Congress on Nursing Care Plan& Health, Rome, Italy.

Hilty, D., Hinze, A., & Clark, K (2018, September) Evaluation of the affective domain questionnaire to assess changes in learning across four timed measurements. Poster presentation at the 3rd World Congress on Nurse-Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners, Chicago, USA.

Hilty, D., Hinze, A., & Clark, K (2018, September) Evaluation of the affective domain questionnaire to assess changes in learning across four timed measurements. Poster presentation at the 51st World Nursing Leadership & Management Conference, Moscow, Russia.

Hinze, A. (2018, September 28) Blending “Betwixt Spaces” in One Second Every Day: A Semester Project for FYE Seminars. Concurrent Session at Midwest First Year Conference, Joliet, Illinois.