Center for Teaching & Faculty Excellence & Atmospheric, Oceanic, & Earth Sciences
George Mason University
Current role: Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching & Faculty Excellence (CTFE) at George Mason University; Affiliate Assistant Professor in Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Earth Sciences
Research Interests: Self-regulated learning; metacognition; motivation; emotion in learning; the student learning experience in introductory STEM courses; faculty adoption of active learning teaching practices; qualitative methods; learning spaces
Leadership roles: President of NAGT-Geoscience Education Research Division (2014-2015); Chair GSA Education Committee (2014-2015); Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the National Science Foundation-Office of Polar Programs (2010-2011); Secretary of NAGT-SW
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Conference Presentation (1)
Utilizing the Paleobiology Database to Provide Hands-On Research Opportunities for Undergraduates part of Earth Educators Rendezvous:Previous Rendezvous:Rendezvous 2016:Program:Poster Sessions:Thursday
Numerous studies indicate that student participation in undergraduate research experiences can result in increased recruitment and retention of science majors. Many undergraduate students' only exposure to ...
Other Contributions (2)
Synthesizing Geoscience Education Research: Where are we? What is the path forward? part of Rendezvous 2015:Program:Workshops:Geo Ed Research
This workshop will explore and evaluate the current status of Geoscience Education Research within the greater geoscience community. Participants will prioritize needs and directions for future Geoscience Education ...
Shaping the Future of Geoscience Education part of Rendezvous 2015:Program:Plenary Sessions
We welcome all Rendezvous participants to this Town Hall. We'll start with an overview of just-in-time highlights from our workshop on Synthesizing Geoscience Education Research (GER), and then pose questions ...