Director for Academic Affairs & Executive Director of the Spectrum of Care
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Veterinarian and educational psychologist Dr. Julie Noyes is one of the leading educationalists working in academic veterinary medicine. As Director for Academic Affairs & Executive Director of the Spectrum of Care, she leads multiple initiatives focused on improving and advancing education in the veterinary profession.
Prior to joining the AAVMC, Dr. Noyes served as Director of Education at VetBloom, where she led the company’s learning service focused on developing and implementing a variety of evidence-based educational strategies and designing competency-based courses and curricula for professional and academic programs.
She co-led the Veterinary Learning Credential Network Alliance that seeks to create a blockchain based digital credential framework for competency-based learning, and remains an active member of the Open Skills Network to create innovative strategies for veterinary professionals to achieve their career goals.
Dr. Noyes worked with the Consortium on Workplace-Based Education & Learning (COWBEL), an international organization of veterinary colleges that utilize the distributive or community-based workplace education model for their programs.
She was involved in guiding the initial development of a novel competency-based curriculum intended to provide clinical educators working at veterinary colleges around the world with training that helps them develop effective and rewarding careers.
Dr. Noyes served as the Director of Education and Research at WholeLogic® Inc. where she designed DVM, veterinary student, and technician competency-based simulation curricula for private and academic training programs.
She also formerly served as Chief Learning Officer for the American Animal Hospital Association.
Dr. Noyes received her DVM from Colorado State University and her PhD in Educational Psychology from Washington State University. She also earned an MA in Education and an MS in Veterinary Science, both from Washington State University, and a BS in biology and environmental science from Oberlin College.