Anne E. Steinbroner
Anne E. Steinbroner is currently working full time as an orthopedic physical therapist, having concluded a two year teaching assignment in June, 2012, at the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School, as a Chemistry Instructor. From 1997 – 2004, she was an Assistant Professor at Azusa Pacific University, located near Pasadena, California. There, she taught basic science and clinical courses, and was the administrator of the student externship program in a graduate Physical Therapy program. During that time, she was a team member on an overseas training and community service project in Romania, training regional physical therapists and students in clinical approaches to children with disabilities.
She and her colleagues wrote and presented two platform presentations, “A Clinical Education Partnership: Reflections on an International Service-Learning Internship in a Cross-Cultural Pediatric Setting in Romania” and “Curricular Initiative Toward the Development of Cultural Sensitivity: A Practical Model” at the 2004 Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. Her research interests include incorporating diversity into professional/clinical settings, and the necessity to develop effective intercultural strategies in a global world.
She has also taught science and business courses for adult learners in Ventura, CA, and at Front Range Community College in Westminster, CO, and has over 12 years of experience teaching at the college and graduate levels.