Pre-Workshop Reading List

Overarching Themes

Jean Bahr and Catherine Skinner

Featured Speakers

E. Scott Bair - Science in the Courtroom - Using a Mock Trial of the 'A Civil Action' Case to Teach the Scientific Method

  • Mitchell, P., 1986, Contaminated Verdict: The American Lawyer, p.75-80.
  • Bair, E.S., 2000, Developing Analytical and Communication Skills in a Mock-Trial Course Based on the Famous Woburn, Massachusetts Case: Journal of Geoscience Education, v.48, p.450-455. Used by permission of the Journal of Geoscience Education, National Association of Geoscience Teachers.

Barry Boyer and Jill Singer - The Restoration of the Buffalo River: Some Practical Examples of Teaching and Research Through Local Partnerships

Lynn Chyi - Trace Elements and Your Health

Gus Davis - Environment, Pathology, and Risk

Laura Gehrig - Bone Health and the Environment

Mickey Gunter - Asbestos Concerns in the 21st Century: The Libby, Montana Issue

Yan Zheng - A Capstone Undergraduate Course Based on the Arsenic Problem in Bangladesh Groundwater