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2001 Faculty Development Program

 

NSF Chautauqua 2001 Course Schedule

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STATUS NUMBER COURSE NAME DATE
1 Teaching Creative Thinking to Enhance Critical Thinking
SIDNEY J. PARNES, Buffalo State College
June 7-9, 2001
Memphis, TN
2 Calibrated Peer Review: A Writing and Critical Thinking Instructional Tool
ARLENE RUSSELL, ORVILLE CHAPMAN, UCLA and TIM SU, City College of San Francisco
July 19-22, 2001
Los Angeles, CA
3 Constructive Processes in Learning and Teaching
DIANE L. SCHALLERT, The University of Texas at Austin
May 16-18, 2001
Austin, TX
4 Process Workshops - A New Model for the Science Classroom
DAVID HANSON and TROY WOLFSKILL, State University of New York
June 7-9, 2001
Stony Brook, L.I., NY
5 Using Classroom Assessment Techniques to Improve Student Learning
JON STRATTON, Walla Wall Community College
July 18-20, 2001
Seattle, WA
6 Ethics for Science and Engineering
THOMAS G. STOEBE, University of Washington
June 6-9, 2001
Seattle, WA
7 Cross-Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Approaches in Teaching College Science
BRIAN HAGENBUCH and GERARD L’HEUREUX, Holyoke Community College
May 30 - June 1, 2001
Memphis, TN
8 Interdisciplinary Science Education: A Model Course
CHARLES M. WYNN, Eastern Connecticut State University and ARTHUR W. WIGGINS Oakland (Michigan) Community College
June 21-23, 2001
Dominguez Hills, CA
9 Interdisciplinary Team Building: Experiential Process and Student Centered Learning
CRAIG ZUMBRUNNE, University of Washington
June 27-29, 2001
Seattle, WA
10 Teaching Dendrochronology (Tree-Ring Analysis) in College-Level Courses
THOMAS W. SWETNAM and PAUL R. SHEPPARD, University of Arizona
May 17-19, 2001
Tucson, AZ
11 Writing in the Sciences
BRIDIE ANDREWS and KERRY WALK, Harvard University
May 18-20, 2001
Cambridge, MA
12 Science, Technology and Society
LEONARD WAKS, Temple University
May 17-19, 2001
Pittsburgh, PA
13 Science in Cinema: Teaching Science Fact Through Science Fiction Films
LEROY W. DUBECK, Temple University and SUZANNE E. MOSHIER, University of Nebraska at Omaha
March 8-10, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
14 Science vs. Pseudoscience: Where Reality Ends And Illusion Begins
CHARLES M. WYNN, Eastern Connecticut State University and ARTHUR W. WIGGINS, Oakland (Michigan) Community College
June 7-9, 2001
Austin, TX
15 Bridging the Technical Competency Gap: An Innovative Approach to High Tech Education for World Class Economy
GREG MAKSI, University of Arkansas and GEOFFREY WOOD Southwest Tennessee Community College
July 8-10, 2001
Memphis, TN
16 Recent Developments in Process Control Education and Practice
B. WAYNE BEQUETTE, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
May 7-8, 2001
Troy, NY
17 Mechatronic System Design: Integrating Mechanical, Electrical, Control, and Computer Engineering
KEVIN C. CRAIG, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 25-26, 2001
Troy, NY
18 Enhancing Student Success Through a Model"Introduction to Engineering Technology" Course
STEPHEN R. CHESHIER and BARBARA N. ANDERSON, Southern Polytechnic State Institute
February 28- March 2, 2001
Orlando, FL
19 Leveling the Science Education Playing Field for Urban Students ANGELA CALABRESE BARTON, The University of Texas at Austin June 7-9, 2001
Austin, TX
20 Increasing the Retention of Under-Represented Groups—And the Learning of All Groups—In Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Courses
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University
May 16-18, 2001
Dayton, OH
21 Preparing the Under-Represented and Minority SMET Students for the 21st Century
MELVIN R. WEBB, Clark Atlanta University
May 6-8, 2001
Atlanta, GA
22 Women and Minorities in the Sciences: A History of the Past and Strategies for the Future
NINA ROSCHER, American University and CATHERINE DIDION, Association for Women in Science
May 17-19, 2001
Washington, DC
23 Merging Mathematical Modeling with Secondary Mathematics Teaching Methods
JOHN A. DOSSEY, Illinois State University and FRANK GIORDANO, University of Arizona and SHARON MCCRONE, Illinois State University
March 23-25, 2001
Tucson, AZ
24 Mathematics for Business: New Materials and New Tools
RICHARD B. THOMPSON and DEBORAH HUGHES HALLETT, University of Arizona
May 6-8, 2001
Tucson, Arizona
25 Software in the Science and Math Classroom:Mathematica
FLIP PHILLIPS, Skidmore College
May 20-22, 2001
Memphis, TN
26 Calculus and Precalculus: An Integrative Approach
ROBIN GOTTLIEB, Harvard University and ERIC BRUSSEL, Emory University
June 11-13 2001,
Cambridge, MA
27 Teaching Mathematics with Online Materials
LAWRENCE C. MOORE and DAVID A. SMITH, Duke University
June 26-28, 2001
Durham, NC
28 Statistics: An Indispensable Tool for Decision-Making in a World of Data
RICHARD L. SCHEAFFER, University of Florida, Gainesville
June 28-30, 2001
Memphis TN
29 The Mathematics of Cryptology
ROBERT EDWARD LEWAND, Goucher College
July 8-10, 2001
Baltimore, MD
30 Ordinary and Extraordinary Differential Equations
JOHN C. POLKING, Rice University, PAUL BLANCHARD, Boston University and DANIEL F. GOROFF, Harvard University
July 8-28, 2001
Park City, UT
31 The History of Mathematics in America
DAVID E. ZITARELLI, Temple University
May 31 - June 2, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
32 Abandoning Dead Ends: Presenting the Heart of Mathematics to All Students
MICHAEL STARBIRD, The University of Texas at Austin
May 21-23, 2001
Austin, TX
33 Teach Physics by Replicating the Process of Science
ALAN VAN HEUVELEN, Ohio State University and EUGENIA ETKINA, Rutgers University
June 10-12, 2001
Memphis, TN
34 The Studio Approach to Student-Centered Science, Mathematics and Engineering Instruction
KAREN CUMMINGS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 22-23, 2001
Troy, NY
35 Promoting Active Learning in Introductory Physics Courses: I and II
PRISCILLA W. LAWS, Dickinson College, DAVID R. SOKOLOFF, University of Oregon, RONALD K. THORNTON, Tufts University
May 10-12, 2001 (I)
Carlisle, PA
August 3-5 2001 (II)
Eugene, OR
36 Archeo-Astronomy of Polynesia
TERRENCE FLOWER, College of St. Catherine
June 18-23, 2001
Kingdom of Tonga, South Pacific
37 The New Cosmology: From Quantum Fuzz to the Accelerating Universe
MICHAEL S. TURNER, RANDALL H. LANDSBERG, STEPHAN S. MEYER, JOHN E. CARLSTROM, and BRUCE WINSTEIN, University of Chicago
October 26-28, 2001
Chicago, IL
38 Teaching Introductory Astronomy
GARETH WYNN-WILLIAMS, University of Hawaii
June 1-3, 2001
Green Bank, WV
39 A Radio View of the Universe and the New Green Bank Telescope
PHILLIP JEWELL and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
May 29-31, 2001
Green Bank, WV
40 Interferometry in Radio Astronomy, the VLA and the VLBA
MILLER GOSS and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
August 1-3, 2001
Socorro, NM
41 Radio Astronomy in the Undergraduate Classroom
PREETHI PRATAP and MIT Haystack Observatory Staff
May 23-25, 2001
Cambridge, MA
42 A Special Educator Conference Associated With the Launch of the Genesis Spacecraft
GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
July 29 - August 1, 2001
at the Kennedy Space Center, FL
43 The Sky of Mauna Kea
ADRIAN HERZOG, California State University, Northridge and GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 25-29, 2001
Big Island of Hawaii
44 The Aurora Borealis and Other Arctic Phenomena During the Solar Maximum
SYUN AKASOFU, International Arctic Research Center, JOHN KELLY and VIKAS SONWALKAR, University of Alaska Fairbanks, GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
March 11-13, 2001
Fairbanks, AK
45 NASA JPL Exploration of the Solar System and the Possibility of Life
GILBERT YANOW NASA/ Jet Propulsion Laboratory
August 8-11, 2001
Pasadena, CA
46 The Volcanoes of Hawaii 2001: The Geology of Hawaii and Comparative Planetology
CHUCK BLAY, TEOK and DAVID SEIDEL, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 22-25, 2001
Big Island of Hawaii
47 Hawaiian Volcanoes from Mauna Kea to Loihi
ALEXANDER MALAHOFF, University of Hawaii
July 16-20, 2001
Honolulu and on the Big Island, HI
48 Glaciers in Alaska
KRISTINE J. CROSSEN, University of Alaska, Anchorage
June 27-29, 2001
in and around Anchorage, AK
49 Exploring Iceland’s Physical Geography and Geomorphology
JIM WYSONG, Hillsborough Community College
May 5-10, 2001
Reykjavik, Iceland
50 Communicating Chemistry: Reaching Students and the Public-at-Large
BASSAM Z. SHAKHASHIRI and ROD SCHREINER, University of Wisconsin, Madison
June 3-5, 2001
Madison, WI
51 CERAMICS: Superconductors and Energy Storage
Fatih Dogan, University of Washington
June 25-27, 2001
Seattle, WA
52 Chemistry for Nonscience Majors: The American Chemical Society's New Curriculum; Chemistry in Context
WILMER STRATTON, Earlham College, CONRAD STANITSKI, University of Central Arkansas and CATHY MIDDLECAMP, University of Wisconsin-Madison
June 17-19, 2000
Eugene, OR
53 Peer-Led Team Learning: The Workshop Model
DAVID K. GOSSER Jr., The City College, CUNY, PRATIBHA VARMA-NELSON, St. Xavier University, JERRY L. SARQUIS, Miami University, MARK CRACOLICE, The University of Montana, LINDA DIXON, Miami University, and RONALD NARODE, Portland State University
May 21-23, 2001
Pasadena, California June 14-16, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
54 Promoting Active Learning in Real-World Contexts in General Chemistry
BROCK SPENCER, Beloit College, and EILEEN L. LEWIS, University of California, Berkeley
June 28-30, 2001
Troy, NY
55 Synthetic Organic Chemistry - Modern Methods and Strategy
PAUL HELQUIST, Notre Dame University
June 14-16, 2000
Memphis, TN
56 Industrial Organic Chemistry in College Teaching
HAROLD A. WITTCOFF, IBM Chem Systems
June 21-23, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
57 Promoting Active Learning in Introductory Biology Courses
JOHN M. DEARN, University of Canberra, Australia
June 28-30, 2001
Austin, TX
58 Helping the Learner to Learn in the Life Science Classroom
HAROLD MODELL and MARY PAT WENDEROTH, University of Washington
July 11-13, 2001
Seattle, WA
59 Integrating Inquiry and Technology into a Biology Laboratory of the Non-Major Student
PHYLLIS S. LAINE and LINDA J. HEATH, Xavier University
June 18-20, 2001
Cincinnati, OH
60 Physiology for Physiology and Biology Teachers
HAROLD MODELL and MARY PAT WENDEROTH, University of Washington
July 16-18, 2001
Seattle, WA
61 Food, Free Radicals, Aging, and Psychological Factors in Cancer Risk
JULES ELIAS, Oregon Health Sciences University
September 12-14, 2001
Pasadena, CA
62 Neurobiology for the Millennium: The Neocortical Basis of Mind
PAUL ADAMS, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 14-16, 2001
Stony Brook, NY
63 Infancy: The New Frontier
NORA NEWCOMBE and KATHY HIRSH-PASEK
May 14-16, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
64 Development and Plasticity of the Brain
LESLIE P. TOLBERT and PAUL A. ST. JOHN, University of Arizona
April 6 - 8, 2001
Tucson, AZ
65 Psychoactive Drugs and Molecular Biology of the Neuron
DAVID DRESSLER, Oxford University
July 5-7, 2001
Cambridge, MA
66 Starting Biotechnology Courses: A Manual for Teachers
LINNEA FLETCHER and ALICE SESSIONS, Austin Community College
May 21-23, 2001
Austin, TX
67 Biochemistry Laboratory Workshop: Protein Characterization
LAURAINE DALTON, Harvard University
June 11-13, 2001
Cambridge, MA
68 Biotechnology for Interdisciplinary Science
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University, EDWARD KISAILUS, Canisius College and KAREN M. GRAF, EDVOTEK, Inc.
May 31-June 2, 2001
Washington, DC
June 13-15, 2001
Seattle, WA
69 Biotechnology for the Undergraduate Biology Classrooms
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University and KAREN M. GRAF, EDVOTEK, Inc.
June 4-6, 2001
Washington, DC
June 18-20, 2001
Seattle, WA
70 New Directions in Bioinformatics and Biotechnology Workshop
CHRIS BYSTROFF, DONNA E. CRONE, TIMOTHY MARTYN, JOHN C. SALERNO, SUSAN M.E. SMITH, MARK P. WENTLAND, MOHAMMED J. ZAKI, and MICHAEL ZUKER, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
August 1-3, 2001
Troy, NY
71 Teaching Histories of Medicine and Healing in China
LINDA BARNES, Boston University, TJ HINRICHES, Connecticut College, BRIDIE ANDREWS, Harvard University
May 11-13, 2001
Cambridge, MA
72 Updating Immunology
RICHARD A. GOLDSBY, Amherst College
June 21-23, 2001
Cambridge, MA
June 28-30, 2001
Seattle, WA
73 Biology for the Design of Novel Materials
MEHMET SARIKAYA, University of Washington
July 11-13, 2001
Seattle, WA
74 Conservation Biology Considered
DAN PERLMAN, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
May 30 - June 1, 2001
Cambridge, MA
75 The Loss of the World's Marine Biodiversity
JERRY R. SCHUBEL, New England Aquarium
May 10-12, 2001
Boston, MA
76 Using Science to Solve Crimes
PAULETTE SUTTON, STEVEN A. SYMES, and CYNTHIA GARDNER, University of Tennessee
May 14-16, 2001
Memphis, TN
77 Advanced Forensic Science
PAULETTE SUTTON, STEVEN A. SYMES and CYNTHIA GARDNER, University of Tennessee
May 17-19, 2001
Memphis TN
78 Molecular Epidemiology-Molecular Methods for Subtyping Bacterial Pathogens
SUZANNE S. BARTH, Texas Department of Health and University of Texas at Austin
May 6-8, 2001
Atlanta, GA
79 Creation, Evolution or Both? A Multiple Model Approach
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University
April 4-6, 2001
Dayton, OH
80 Ecological Communities and Geological Features of the Colorado Western Slope DONALD SULLIVAN, University of Denver and P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton June 10-13, 2001
Grand Junction, CO
81 Exploring Field Techniques And Current Topics in Estuarine and Ocean Sciences
JAN NEWTON, University of Washington
June 5-9, 2001
Friday Harbor, WA
82 Ecology And Conservation of Marine Birds And Mammals
W. BRECK TYLER, The University of California, Santa Cruz
June 5-9, 2001
Friday Harbor, WA
83 Hawaiian Marine Ecosystems
P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton, and KIMBERLY SANDER, Guam Community College
July 9-13, 2001
Honolulu, HI
84 Visualizing the Earth and Oceans from Space
TOM NOLAN and GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
August 16-18, 2001
Pasadena, CA
85 The Earth Semester--An Integrative, Immersion Model for Environmental Studies in Context
DEBORAH COLODNER, Columbia University
June 14-16, 2001
Oracle, AZ
86 Weather Forecasting the Twenty-First Century
CLIFFORD F. MASS, University of Washington
August 8-10, 2001
Seattle, WA
87 Oceans and Human Health
RICHARD OWEN, Bermuda Biological Station for Research
April 2-4, 2001
Bermuda
88 The Ecology of Desert Plants in the Mojave National Preserve
ERIK P. HAMERLYNCK, Rutgers University
May 14-18, 2001
the Mojave National Preserve, CA
89 Ecology of South-Central Alaska
BJARTMAR SVEINBJÖRNSSON and DONALD SPALINGER, University of Alaska, Anchorage
June 23-25, 2001
Anchorage, AK
90 Wildlife of Midway Atoll
RAY WILLIAMS , Rio Hondo Community College
June 30 - July 7, 2000
on Midway Atoll, Central Pacific
91 Ecology of Mammals of the Eastern U.S. Deciduous Forest
JOSEPH F. MERRITT, Powdermill Biological Station, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
August 20-24, 2001
Rector, PA
92 Field Techniques in Animal Behavior
LESLIE DIGBY, Duke University
May 9-11, 2001
Durham, NC
93 Experiencing Environmental Education in a Mexican Cloud Forest
REYNALDO RAMIREZ, JR., The University of Texas at Brownsville
June 24-30, 2001
Mexico
94 Tropical Forests of Costa Rica: I and II
BARBARA L. BENTLEY, Noetica Naturalists
March 10-16, 2001 (Course I)
Costa Rica
March 17-23, 2001 (Course II)
Costa Rica
95 Therapeutic Plants: Biological, Chemical, Cultural and Legal Aspects
ROGER W. SANDERS, Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth
July 8-12, 2001
Taos, NM
96 Creativity and Innovation
G. GRAHAM ALLAN and ZINOVY ROYZEN, University of Washington
July 9-11, 2001
Seattle, WA
97 The Limits of Science
HANS CHRISTIAN VON BAEYER, College of William and Mary and RALPH DAVIS, Albion College
May 17-19, 2001
Midtown Manhattan, NY
98 Understanding the History Making Outcomes of the 2000 Elections: Presidential and Congressional
ARTHUR H. MILLER, University of Iowa
Dates to be arranged. Contact the DAY Center.
Dayton, OH
99 Geographic Information Systems and the Urban Environment
RICHARD P. GREENE, Northern Illinois University
May 24-26, 2001
Memphis, TN
100 The Origins of Classical Genetics
ELOF AXEL CARLSON, State University of New York
June 7-9, 2001
Midtown Manhattan, NY
101 Iran and the Persian Gulf: Political Dynamics and Dialogues
MOSTAFA ZAHRANI, Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations
June 14-16, 2001
Midtown Manhattan, NY
102 Hydropolitics of the Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
DAVID SCARPA, Bethlehem University, TONY ALLEN, London University, HILLEL SHUVAL, Hebrew University, and JAD ISAAC of the Applied Research Institute, Jerusalem
June 21-23, 2001
at Bethlehem University via Israel
103 China’s Perspective on National Security Issues
SU HAO, Foreign Affairs College, People’s Republic of China
May 28 - June 1, 2001
Beijing, China
104 World War II: Strategy and Diplomacy
RUSSELL F. WEIGLEY, Temple University
June 7-9, 2001
Philadelphia, PA
105 Globalization, Institutions, and Politics
JACKIE SMITH, State University of New York at Stony Brook
May 24-26, 2001
Midtown Manhattan, NY
106 From Distance to Distributed Learning: The Basics
MICHAEL M. DANCHAK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
May 22-24, 2001
Troy, NY
June 12-14, 2001
Troy, NY
107 Introduction to Client/Server Systems and Databases Using Visual Basic
JOHN GERSTING, University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 6-8, 2001
Dayton, OH
108 Creating Course Materials for the World Wide Web: Authoring and Design
MIN LIU, The University of Texas at Austin
May 25-27, 2001
Austin, TX
109 Creating Course Materials for the World Wide Web: Tools and Techniques
MIN LIU, The University of Texas at Austin
May 29-31, 2001
Austin, TX
110 Designing and Delivering Web-Based Learning for the Classroom
HARRY ROY and SHARON ROY, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 22-23, 2001
Troy, NY
111 Introduction to Creative New Media and the World Wide Web
JENNIFER FUCHEL, Suffolk University and NITA STURIALE, Massachusetts College of Art
June 13-15, 2001
Cambridge, MA
112 Creating Collaboration on the World Wide Web
PAUL RESTA and CAROLYN AWALT, The University of Texas at Austin
June 1-3, 2001
Austin, TX
113 Web Programming
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, New Mexico Highlands University
May 10-12, 2001
Dayton, OH
114 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming
JUDITH L. GERSTING, University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 6-8, 2001
Dayton, OH
115 Introduction to C++
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
May 10-12, 2001
Dayton, OH
116 An Introduction to the Java Programming Language
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
May 23-25, 2001
Dayton, OH
117 Hands On Networking
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, New Mexico Highlands University
May 14-16, 2001
Dayton, OH






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