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Pedagogical Happy Hour Speakers

2017 - 2018 

Eric Brewe presenting at a happy hour

Flipped Classrooms
Chris Weyant, Ph.D.,Teaching Associate Professor, College of Engineering 

Using Reflection as a Learning Tool
Don McEachron, Ph.D.,Teaching Professor, College of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems 

Teaching a Course Based Research Experience (CURE)
Daniel Marenda, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology 

"Start Talking Science", STEM Connections and Course Overhaul
Christy Love, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor, Physics 

Incorporating Group Work into Low and High Stakes
Daniel King, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemistry 

A Case for Online Learning Systems in a University Setting
Pavel Grinfeld, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics

Comparing forms of Audience Response
Kevin Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor, Biology 

Richard Knight, Ph.D.,Teaching Professor, College of Engineering

Daniel King, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemistry

Christy Love, Ph.D., Associate Teaching Professor, Physics 

Experiential Learning: Practice, Assessment, and Impact
N. John DiNardo, Ph.D., Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs College of Arts and Sciences 


Developing a Science course using Inside-Out Pedagogy, Moving beyond the walls
Susan Gurney, Ph.D., Assistant Teaching Professor, Biology 

Vertically Integrated Program
Kapil Dandekar Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Professor of Electrical Engineering 

Game-Based Learning 
Daniel Christe, MS in Mechanical Engineering

Study Buddy and Metacognition
Monica Illies, Ph.D., Associate Teaching Professor, Chemistry

Why I Teach Improve: Strategies for mentoring and investing in undergraduate researchers 
Gabi Marcu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Information Science

Building Student Networks: A Guide for active learning classes 
Eric Brewe, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics and Science Education 

Contextualizing Principles of Computer Science
William M. Mongan, Ph.D.,Teaching Professor, Computer Science

The use of natural history collections in education
Richard McCourt , Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biodiversity, Earth & Environmental Science

Academic Makerspaces in Engineering Education
Brandon Terranova, Ph.D., Associate Teaching Professor, College of Engineering