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2005 Research Cohort

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The ASM welcomed the inaugural class of the ASM Scholars-in-Residence Program in 2005.  Below is a list of those who attended the ASM SoTL Institute, July 27-30, 2005 and completed their residency at ASMCUE 2006 in May.  Also listed is the title of the abstract presented at ASMCUE 2006 documenting their ongoing research projects.


Scholar  Research


Michael D. Boyle


Juniata College, Huntington PA 

A Problem-Based Learning Strategy for Addressing Issues Related to Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues Flowing from the Human Genome Project

 Mary Teresa Brandon


New Mexico State University/ Dona Ana Branch Community College, Las Cruces, NM

Team-Based Integrated Learning Approach: Teaching Microbiological Concepts to Allied Health Students

Cynthia L. Cooper


Truman State University, Kirksville, MO

Impact of Service Learning and Community Engagement on Learning in a Sophomore Introductory Microbiology Course



 Patricia Franklin


Piedmont Virginia Community College, Charlottesville, VA 

Integrating Concepts in Lecture Class Using Case Studies


William R. Huddleston


University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

Using the Transition of Learning to Guide Course Design


 Kathleen S. Jagger


Transylvania University, Lexington KY

Lab Intensive Microbiology: Can Lectures Be Substantially Eliminated Without Loss of Affective and Cognitive Gains in a Microbiology Course?


Carmen A. Oquendo


InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico, Metropolitan Campus, San Juan, PR 

Use of Literary Works to Convey Disease Impact



 Marcy A. Peteroy-Kelly


Pace University, New York, NY

A Discussion Group Program Enhances the Conceptual Understanding Skills of Students Enrolled in Large Lecture Format Biology 101 Courses


 Laura B. Regassa


Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

DAssessment of Learning in a Project-Based Molecular Biology Curriculum



Laurel Roberts 


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 

Teaching the lac Operon in Introductory Biology




 Michele Shuster


New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

Student Response to the Use of Integrated Content Modules in a Pre-Nursing Microbiology Course



 Stephanie S. Strand


College of Wooster, Wooster, OH

A cooperative Inquiry Approach to Identify Bacterial Specimens Increases Student Satisfaction but Does Not Change Content Learning in an Undergraduate Microbiology Laboratory Course

 Loretta B. Taras


Kingsborough Community College of the City University of NY, Brooklyn, NY

Using Wirting as a Tool to Improve Student Learning: What Does the Process of Learning Look Like?

Pamela A. Tranby


Riverland Community College, Austin, MN



Assessing the Use of Active Learning Strategies in Achieving Learning Goals in a Community College Microbiology Course

Larua Tuhela-Reuning

Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH 

Conversation, Concepts, and Connections: Use of In-Class Student Discussions to Promote Student Learning and Connection of Concepts in Microbiology

 Dara L. Wegman-Geedy

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Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

Development of Measures to Assess Students' Questioning Skills



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