Publications and talks

Published papers

  • Emily R. Elliott, Robert D. Reason, Clark R. Coffman, Eric J. Gangloff, Jeffrey R. Raker, Yanhai Yin, Jo Anne Powell-Coffman, Craig A. Ogilvie, Improved Student Learning Through a Faculty Learning Community: How Faculty Collaboration Transformed a Large Enrollment Course from Lecture to Student-Centered, submitted for publication

  • C.A. Ogilvie, M. Clough, E. Dippold, and L. Ihrig. Increasing the Nature of Science Understanding in University Students, submitted for publication

  • L. M. IHRIG, M. C. SLADE, M. P. CLOUGH and C. A. OGILVIE ,Impact of Post-Secondary Authentic Chemistry Lab Experiences on Students’ NOS Understanding and Views of Learning, submitted for publication

  • Addis, E. A., Quardokus. K.M., Bassham, D.C., Becraft, P.W., Boury, N, Coffman, C.R., Colbert, J.T., and Powell-Coffman, J.A. Implementing Pedagogical Change in Introductory Biology Courses Through the Use of Faculty Learning Communities. (Journal of College Science Teaching; November 2013 Vol. 43 No. 2)

  • Slade, M.C.; Raker, J. R.; Kobilka, B.; Pohl, N.L.B. A Research Module for the Organic Chemistry Laboratory: Multistep Synthesis of a Fluorous Dye Molecule. J. Chem. Educ. 2014, 91, 126−130

  • Linenberger, K. J., Slade, M. C., Addis, E., Elliott, E. R., Mynhardt, G., & Raker, J. R. Training the foot soldiers of inquiry: Development and evaluation of a graduate teaching assistant learning community. (Journal of College Science Teaching; In press).

  • Cervato, C.; Gallus, W.; Slade, M.; Kawaler, S.; Marengo, M.; Woo, K.; Krumhart, B.; Flory, D.; Clough, M.; Campbell, A.; Moss, E.; Acerbo, M. IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO MAKE A SCIENTIST:  Reflections of a Faculty Learning Community Charged with Expanding Science Literacy and Opportunity. (submitted to the Journal of College Science Teaching, August 2013)

  • Quardokus, K. & Henderson, C. (submitted). Promoting Instructional Change: Using Social Network Analysis to Understand the Hidden Structure of Academic Departments

Conference presentations

  • Elliott, E. R. et al. (2013; poster). Faculty Learning Communities as a Mechanism for Change; Integrating Student-centered Learning into a Large Introductory Biology Course. Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER), 16 (poster).

  • Ihrig, L.M; Slade, M.C.; Clough, M.P.; Ogilvie, C.A. (2013; poster) Modifying Postsecondary Laboratory Courses to More Accurately Reflect the Nature of Science, Confront Students’ Nature of Science Misconceptions, and Retain STEM Majors. 2013 NARST Annual International Conference, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

  • Linenberger, K. J., Slade, M. C., Addis, E., Elliott, E. R., Mynhardt, G., Raker, J. R. (2013; poster). Training the foot soldiers of inquiry: Development and evaluation of a graduate teaching assistant learning community. Gordon Research Conference: Chemistry Education Research & Practice, Salve Regina University, RI.

  • Ogivie, CA (2013), Keynote Address: Council on Agricultural Research, Extension, and Training (CARET) from 12 North Central Land Grant Universities:  Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri. It Takes a Village to Raise a Scientist

  • Slade, M. C., Pohl, N. L., Raker, J. R., Kobilka, B., Stanley, L. M. (2013). Live and let dye: A simulated research experience for the organic teaching laboratory in which a novel fluorous dye molecule is targeted. 246th ACS National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

  • Addis, E. and Powell-Coffman, J. A.(2013; poster). A Biology Faculty Learning Community: Collaborative solutions towards student engagement. Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER), Minneapolis, MN.

  • Cervato, C., Ogilvie, CA (2012) AACU Meeting: Next Generation STEM Learning, Workshop on It Takes a Village to Raise a Scientist

  • Coffman, C., Addis, E., and Reason, R. (2012; poster). Improving Student Learning and STEM Retention by Focusing on Engagement and Life-Long Learning Skills in Large Format Introductory Biology Courses. Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER), Minneapolis, MN.

  • Moss, E. and Cervato, C. (2012). Incorporating a research module into an introductory geology lab: successes and challenges. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 44, No. 7, 610.

  • Raker, J. R., Linenberger, K., Slade, M., & Pohl, N. (2012). “Thinking and working like a chemist:” Comprehensive assessment of a pseudo-research experience in a second-semester chemistry majors lab. 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University Park, PA.

  • Slade, M., Linenberger, K., Raker, J. R., & Addis, E. A. (2012). Preparing STEM teaching assistants for project-based laboratory experiences: Reflections from four learning community facilitators. 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University Park, PA.

  • Slade, M., Raker, J. R., Linenberger, K., Kobilka, B., & Pohl, N. (2012). Lost in SciFinder: Development and impact of a pseudo-research experience in a second-semester chemistry majors lab. 22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, University Park, PA.

  • Moss, E., Cervato, C. and Ihrig, L. (2011; invited talk). Science literacy/nature of science gains in non-STEM undergraduates involved in research: look close and see! Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 636 .