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Conference Program

Saturday, May 6
Concurrent Sessions

 

Jane Russell Commons

WPH

SCI 105

SCI 217

(LAB)

SCI 309

8:30-9:30

 

 

 

1) MasteringBiology Tools that Help with Skill-Building and Active Learning

 

Michael Gillespie

Pearson Publishing

2) Summer Institutes of Scientific Teaching Sharing Session

 

Elly Vandegrift

University of Oregon

3) PARE: Prevalence of Antibiotic Resistance in the Environment Institutional

 

Jennifer Larson

Capital University

4A) Catching Cheaters,

Part I

 

Jutta Heller  & Jack Vincent

UW Tacoma

5) Integrating a Mission of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity across a Human Physiology Department Curriculum and Individual Courses

 

Sierra Dawson &

Austin Hocker

University of Oregon

9:40 - 10:10

6) From Memorization to Mastery!

 

 

Eric Zeigler &

Stephanie Sornsin

Cengage Learning

7) Creating Scientifically-Savvy Students in the Age of Pseudoscience and Alternative Facts

 

Melissa Kilgore

Lane Community College

8) Can You Hear Me Now? A Case Study for Exploring Science and Society Issues in the Ocean.

 

Linda Fergusson-Kolmes

Portland Community College

9) That's a difficult question: Generating critical discussion of ethical dilemmas in non-majors genetics courses

 

Heather Heinz

UW Tacoma

10) TBD

 

 

Bonnie Becker

UW Tacoma

10:20- 10:50

11) Using Data to Inform Teaching in the Sciences

 

 

Alan F. Halfen, Ph.D.

John Wiley & Sons Inc.

12) Introducing a Global Perspectives/General Education Class on Microbiomes Prior to Introductory Microbiology is a Benefit to Students

 

Holly Paquette

College of Western Idaho

13) Win, Win, Win: Giving students an authentic research experience, and getting useful data at the same time.

 

Alaron Lewis

UW Bothell

14) Biomimicry and Bioart: Exploring the intersections of Art and Science.

 

Siddharth Ramakrishnan

University of Puget Sound

 

15) Sex and the City: Examining a Major Threat to Coho Populations in Urban Streams

 

Erik McDonald

UW Tacoma

Sunday, May 7
Concurrent Sessions

 

SCI 105

SCI 209 (LAB)

SCI 217 (LAB)

SCI 309

8:30-9:30 am

16) Building Competency-Based Introductory Modules for Non-Biology Majors with the Northwest Bioscience Consortium RC

 

Erin Baumgartner, Christine Andrews, Lisa Bartee

Western Oregon University and others

17) Interdisciplinary Learning Modules for Major's Biology

 

Ann Murkowski &

Kalyn Owens

North Seattle College

4B)Catching Cheaters, Part II

 

Jutta Heller & Jack Vincent

UW Tacoma

 

18) Engaged Learning in the A&P Class

 

Nichole Warwick

Clatsop Community College

9:40-10:10 am

17) Mindfulness in the classroom as an embodied study practice.”

 

Stephen Rude

Bastyr University

20) Mining Through Data Sets to Teach Students the Process of Science

 

Melissa Kilgore

Lane Community College

21) Food Systems Education as a Gateway to Science Education

 

Manar Alattar

Portland State University

22) The Northwest PULSE Regional Network: Building Commitment to Vision and Change

 

Pamela Pape-Lindstrom,

et al.

Everett Community College, and others

10:20-11:20 am

23) Using Active Learning Techniques for Teaching Effective Instructional Strategies

 

Angie O’Neill, Kathy Nomme, Carol Pollock, Pam Kalas, Adriana Suarez-Gonzalez

University of British Columbia

24) Zika Virus, Drug Discovery, and Students Projects in Bioinformatics

 

Sandra Porter

Shoreline Community College

25) A&P Flex Lab Model

 

Marianne Nelson

College of Western Idaho

26) TBD

 

Mary Pat Wenderoth

UW Seattle

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