Clinical Assistant Professor Frank Borgers Health Policy and Administration 312⎼413⎼9220 SPHPI 754


Frank Borgers is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program, in the Division of Health Policy and Administration, in the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) School of Public Health. Professor Borgers serves as the MHA Capstone Director; MHA Fall Speakers Series Director; Chair of UIC's Interprofessional Education Curriculum Committee; Interprofessional Education Theme Lead for UIC’s College of Medicine Curricular Transformation Project; Co-lead for the HRSA funded Interprofessional Education in HIV project housed in the Midwest Aids Training and Education Center; and is co-faculty adviser to UIC’s Institute for Healthcare Improvement Student Chapter. After teaching and working in the field of employment relations for over a decade, Professor Borgers began working in the healthcare field in 2004 and started teaching at UIC in 2009. Professor Borgers holds a BA in Human Geography from the University of Reading, UK, an MA degree in Political-Economic Geography from The Ohio State University, Certification from the Institute for International Labor Studies in Bologna, Italy, and a PhD in Employment and Labor Relations from the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University.


Professor Borgers' develops and delivers curriculum centered on Interprofessional Education; Professional Development and Growth; and, Healthcare HR Management. Professor Borgers' goal is to create and deliver student-centered, innovative and transformative, competency and evidence based learning experiences that support the life-long educational journey of diverse adult learners, that help develop the next generation of healthcare leaders, and who are practice ready to tackle the challenges of today and leverage the opportunities of tomorrow.


Professor Borgers is engaged in research around health science curriculum development with a focus on inter-professional education and collaborative practice.


■ Teaching Awards ⏐ SPH Golden Apple Nominee ⏐ MHA students ⏐ 2018

■ Selected to attend Harvard’s SPH Case Training ⏐ Dean of SPH ⏐ 2017

■ Teaching Awards ⏐ ⏐ MHA students ⏐ 2017