ITP Seminar Featuring Elizabeth Tipton
Elizabeth Tipton, Assistant Professor of Applied Statistics, Teachers College, Columbia University
Inquiry Brown Bag Presentation
Alan B. Knox, Facilitator
ITP Seminar: Inequality at Home
Ariel Kalil, Professor, Director of the Center for Human Potential and Public Policy, University of Chicago
WIES Series: Participatory Design as a Practice in Designing for Learning
Betsy DiSalvo, Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech
Teaching Tolerance, Sep 23
Tufts University, Sep 15
WCER Communications, Sep 12
WisContext, Aug 30
Wisconsin Public Television, Aug 29
"State Standards Scratch the Surface of Learning about Political Parties and Ideology," Paula McAvoy, Rebecca Fine, Ann Herrera Ward, The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement, 2016
"The Benefits of Attending the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS): The Role of Research Confidence," Bettina J. Casad, Amy L. Chang and Christine M. Pribbenow, CBE Life Sciences Education, 2016.
"New Measures Assessing Predictors of Academic Persistence for Historically Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Undergraduates in Science," Angela Byars-Winston, Jenna Rogers, Janet Branchaw, Christine Pribbenow, Ryan Hanke, and Christine Pfund, CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2016
"Testing Benefits." Mariana Castro, Language Magazine, 2016
Jessica Maher (PI) received $132,129 from the National Science Foundation for the project, "Collaborative Research: Investigating Contextual Factors that Impact Early-Career Faculty Teaching Practices" through 2019.
Martina Rau (PI) received $593,795 from the National Science Foundation through 2019 for the project, "Supporting Chemistry Learning with Adaptive Support for Connection Making Between Graphical Representations in a Cognitive Tutoring System."
Martina Rau (PI) received $540,396 from the National Science Foundation through 2019 for the project, "Modeling Perceptual Fluency with Visual Representation in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Undergraduate Chemistry."