Works by Fellows & Program Participants
Adler, J.M. & Matthews, E.A. (2009). Encouraging epistemological exploration in the undergraduate psychology classroom: Impacts on retention and application of course material. Teaching of Psychology, 36(2), 122–125.
Jonathan Adler (Psychology) was a 2004–2006 participant in the Center's Graduate Teaching Certificate Program
Elizabeth Matthews (Neuroscience) was a 2005–2006 participant in the Center's Graduate Teaching Certificate Program
Barrett, J. (2007). The researcher as instrument: learning to conduct qualitative research through analyzing and interpreting a choral rehearsal. Music Education Research, 9(3), 417-433.
Janet Barrett (Music Education) was a 2005–2006 participant in the Center's Searle Fellows program.
Gerber, E., Olson, J. M. & Komarek, R. (2012). Extracurricular Design-Based Learning. International Journal of Engineering Education, 28, 2.
Liz Gerber (Mechanical Engineering, Segal Design Institute) was a 2009-2010 participant in the Centers Searle Fellows program).
Hersam, M.C., Luna, M., & Light, G. (2004). Implementation of interdisciplinary group learning and peer assessment in a nanotechnology engineering course. Journal of Engineering Education,93, 49.
Mark Hersam (Materials Science) was a 2001–2002 participant in the Center's Searle Fellows program.
Lucas, G. M. (2010). Initiating student-teacher contact via personalized responses to one-minute papers. College Teaching. 58, 39-42.
Mwangi, E. M. (2010). Participatory deep learning in a diverse class on minority literatures. Multicultural Perspectives, 12(2), 91-96.
Gale Lucas (Psychology) was a 2008–2009 participant in the Center's Graduate Teaching Certificate Program.
Evan Maina Mwangi (English) was a 2008-2009 participant in the Center's Searle Fellows Program.
Park, C. (2010). Acquisition of critical intraoperative event management skills in novice anesthesiology residents by using high-fidelity simulation-based training. Anesthesiology,