|January 1993 ‐ Present||Professor, Murray State University ‐ Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering, and Technology|
Honors and Awards
- Jesse D. Jones Endowed Professor of Biology - Award - May 2015
- Presidential Research Fellowship, Murray State University - Award - May 2014
- Collegiate Outstanding Research Award, Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology, Murray State University - Award - May 2014
|1982 ‐ 1986||Ph.D., Indiana University|
|1978 ‐ 1981||M.A., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University|
|1974 ‐ 1978||B.A., Mount Holyoke College|
College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Department of Biological Sciences
Murray State University
Biology Building 0102A
Murray, KY 42071
Featured Works (1)
Journal Articles (5)
Breaking the Cycle: Future Faculty Begin Teaching with Learner-Centered Strategies ...
CBE-Life Sciences Education (2015)
The availability of reliable evidence for teaching practices after professional development is limited across science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines, ...
Conference Proceedings (1)
DEVELOPING LEARNER-CENTERED FUTURE FACULTY: FIRST IV – A UNIQUELY EFFECTIVE PROGRAM ...
Research Symposium Proceedings, National Association of Biology Teachers. (2014)
Challenges in training faculty in inquiry-based, learner-centered instruction include empirically evaluating the efficacy of training in teaching and sustaining long-term ...
Students Works (as Faculty Mentor) (2)
Book Chapters (1)
Contribution to Book
Chapter 09: Professional Development of Faculty: How Do We Know ...
Integrating Cognitive Science with Innovative Teaching in STEM Disciplines (2014)
Ongoing Professional Development (PD) of faculty is necessary to increasing faculty knowledge and developing materials and techniques that help engage ...