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2006 Research Cohort

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The ASM welcomed the second class of the ASM Scholars-in-Residence Program in 2006.  Below is a list of those who attended the ASM SoTL Institute, July 26-29, 2006 and completed their residency at the ASMCUE 2007 in May.  Also listed is the title of their ongoing research projects.


Scholar Research

Susan Godfrey


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA  

Evaluating Student Data Analysis Capability via Multiple Choice Questions

Ruth Gyure


Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

A Case-Based Bioinformatics Project to Teach Prokaryotic Genetics in an Introductory Microbiology Course

Rodney Hagley


University of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC

In a Team-Based Learning (TBL) Environment Does the Administration of Individual Reassurance Tests (iRAT) Foster Increased Student Preparation and Responsibility Ultimately Leading to Improved Learning Outcomes in an Undergraduate Microbiology Course for Pre-Nursing Students?

Shazia Hakim


Jinnah University for Women, Karachi, Pakistan

Concept Maps: A Tool for Student Assessment

Lee Hughes


University of North Texas , Denton, TX

Computer-based Learning Objects and Learning Style

Ruhul Kuddus


Utah Valley State College, Orem, UT

There is No Difference in Effectiveness of Microquestioning Approach and Conventional Approach of Teaching Molecular Microbial and Cellular Sciences

Gary Kuleck


Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

Assessing Student Progress in Utilizing the Process of Science in an Undergraduate Research Project-based Laboratory

Jennifer Leavey


Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Examining the Effectiveness of a Project-based  Laboratory on Learning the Process of Science in an Introductory Microbiology Course

Liliana Losada


Trinity University, Washington, DC

Students Modeling of a Faculty's Learning Strategies

Edna Negron-Martinez


University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus, San Juan, PR

Effectiveness of an Environmental Microbiology Course Online Discussions to Improve Students Learning of Scientific Concepts

Clifford Renk


Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL

Evaluation of Scale-Up Instruction on Student Learning and Satisfaction in an Introductory Microbiology Course

Kristy Shanahan


Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, IL

Evaluation of Student Attitude and Course Content Mastery Outcomes from Scientific Undergraduate Research at Oakton Community College

Joyce Shaw


Endicott College, Beverly, MA

Effect of a Debate Format on Student Learning in Introductory Microbiology Course

Jason Tor


Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

Do Students Develop a Critical Stance Towards the Meaning and Significance of Scientific Research Results through Analysis of Quantitative Information Reported in Primary Research Literature?

Fred Volkert


State University of New York- Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Using Team Learning for Teaching Medical Students about Antibiotics in an Interdisciplinary Curriculum


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