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2007 Research Cohort

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The ASM welcomed the third  class of the ASM Scholars-in-Residence Program in 2007.  Below is a list of those who attended the ASM SoTL Institute, July 26-29, 2006 and completed their residency at the ASMCUE 2008 in May.  Also listed is the title of their ongoing research projects.




Scholars Research

Lawrence Aaronson


Utica College, Utica, NY

Using Popular Fiction in an Undergraduate Virology Course for Biology Majors to Enhance Learning and Integration of Knowledge

Donald Breakwell


Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Cognitive Processing Associated With Inquiry-based Laboratory Exercises in an Introductory Course for Microbiology Majors 

Janet Cooper


Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO

Determining the Effectiveness of the Cell Basis for Anatomy and Physiology Course on the Preparation of Nursing Students for Microbiology

Khrystyne Duddleston


University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK

Capturing and Assessing Attitudes Toward Microorganisms During a Semester Length Junior Level Microbiology Course Using Pre and Post test Attitude Surveys and Student Portfolios

Ann Furdock


Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA

Use of a Learning Taxonomy Study Format Based to Enhance Student Learning

Mark Gallo


Niagara University, Lewiston, NY

The Impact of a Microbiology Course on Student Perception of Relevance of Microbes in Major Unifying Themes of Biology

Irena Kenneley


Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

Integration of Infection Control and Prevention Principles in an Introductory Microbiology Course for Nursing Majors

Himgauri Kulkarni


MiraCosta Community College, Oceanside, CA

How do Students Learn When They Apply Previous Knowledge to New Topics?

Jennifer O'Connor


Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN

The Effect of Introduction of Study in the General Biology Sequence and Learning Skills on the Intellectual Development of Students

Sharon Roberts


Auburn University, Auburn, AL

Can the Use of Assignments Improve Student Performance in Concept Mastery in an Introductory Immunology Course 

Carol Schmidhauser


 Villa Julie College, Stevenson, MD

Enhancing Collaborative Group Interaction

Monica Trujillo


Queensborough Community College, CUNY, Bayside, NY

How Do Students Evolve in the Formulation of Possible Test Questions in a Microbiology Course for Nursing Students?

David Westenberg


University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO

How do Students Acquire Information on Microbial Diversity?






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