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STATUS NUMBER COURSE NAME DATE
1 Teaching Creative Thinking to Enhance Critical Thinking
SIDNEY J. PARNES, Buffalo State College
June 6-8, 2002
Memphis, TN
2 Cognition and Teaching: Part 1
RUTH S. DAY, Duke University
May 13-15, 2002
Durham, NC
3 Changing Science Courses to Promote Critical Thinking
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University
June 5-7, 2002
Dayton, OH
4 Calibrated Peer Review: A Writing and Critical Thinking Instructional Tool
ARLENE RUSSELL, UCLA
July 17-19, 2002
Los Angeles, CA
5 Constructive Processes in Learning and Teaching
DIANE L. SCHALLERT, The University of Texas at Austin
May 23-25, 2002
Austin, TX
6 Engaging Students in Learning Science and Mathematics: The Process Workshop Classroom
DAVID HANSON and TROY WOLFSKILL, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 20-22, 2002
Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
7 Improving Student Learning Using Classroom Assessment Techniques
JON STRATTON, Walla Walla Community College
July 18-20, 2002
Seattle, WA
8 Making Ethics Relevant for Science and Engineering Majors
THOMAS STOEBE, University of Washington
July 11-13, 2002
Seattle, WA
9 Revitalizing and Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching
JEFFREY POMMERVILLE and MARIA HARPER-MARINICK, Maricopa Community Colleges
June 20-22, 2002
Austin, TX
10 Creating Learning Community: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching College Science and Mathematics to Liberal Arts Students
GERARD L'HEUREUX and ILEANA VASU, Holyoke Community College
May 29-31, 2002
Memphis, TN
11 Teaching Dendrochronology (Tree-Ring Analysis) in College Level Courses
THOMAS W. SWETNAM and PAUL R. SHEPPARD, University of Arizona, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
May 16-18, 2002
Tucson, AZ
12 Science and Pseudoscience: A Primer in Critical Thinking About Why People Believe Weird Things
MICHAEL SHERMER, Publisher, Skeptic Magazine, Columnist, Scientific American
June 20-21, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
13 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 6-8, 2002
Austin, TX
14 Building Student Project Teams in Engineering and Science: Practice and Pitfalls
LINDA SCHMIDT and JANET SCHMIDT, University of Maryland
June 23-25, 2002
Memphis, TN
15 Helping Students Learn Engineering Design
ANGELA LINSE and ROBIN ADAMS, University of Washington
June 26-28, 2002
Seattle, WA
16 Mechatronic System Design: Integrating Mechanical, Electrical, Control, and Computer Engineering
KEVIN CRAIG, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 19-21, 2002
Troy, NY
17 A Better Understanding of the USA Space Program
STEVEN DUTCEK, NASA Kennedy Space Center and GILBERT YANOW, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
August 5-8, 2002
Kennedy Space Center
18 Nanotechnology and Nanostructured Materials and Devices
RICHARD W. SIEGEL, PULICKEL M. AJAYAN, JONATHAN S. DORDICK, PAWEL KEBLINSKI, LINDA S. SCHADLER, and MICHAEL SHUR, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 27-28, 2002
Troy, NY
19 Award Winning Programs for Minority, Women and Students With Disabilities
PATRICIA MACGOWAN and SHERYL BURGSTAHLER, University of Washington
July 25-27, 2002
Seattle, WA
20 Increasing the Retention of Under-Represented Groups--and the Learning of All Groups--in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University
May 1-3, 2002
Dayton, OH
21 Women and Minorities in the Sciences: A History of the Past and Strategies for the Future
CATHERINE DIDION, Association for Women in Science
May 16-18, 2002
Washington, DC
22 Merging Mathematical Modeling with Secondary Mathematics Teaching Methods
JOHN DOSSEY and SHARON MCCRONE, Illinois State University and FRANK GIORDANO, Mathematical Competition in Modeling
March 8-10, 2002
Tucson, AZ
23 Software in the Science Classroom "Mathematica"
FLIP PHILLIPS, Skidmore College
May 19-21, 2002
Memphis, TN
24 Calculus and Precalculus: An Integrative Approach
ROBIN GOTTLIEB, Harvard Univerisity and ERIC BRUSSEL, Emory University
June 17-19, 2002
Cambridge, MA
25 Abandoning Dead Ends: Presenting the Heart of Mathematics to All Students
MICHAEL STARBIRD, The University of Texas at Austin
May 23-25, 2002
Austin, TX
26 Teaching Differential Equations from a Dynamical Systems Viewpoint
ROBERT L. DEVANEY and PAUL BLANCHARD, Boston University
June 17-19, 2002
Boston, MA
27 Directing Undergraduate Research Programs in Mathematics
DANIEL L. GOROFF, Harvard University and DANIEL J. SCHAAL, South Dakota State University
June 30 - July 20, 2002
Park City, UT
28 Primes, Partitions, and Elegant Formulae: The Genius of Riemann and Ramanujan
IRWIN KRA and ANDREW MCINTYRE, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 6-8, 2002
Stony Brook, NY
29 Statistics: An Indispensable Tool for Decision-Making in a World of Data
RICHARD L. SCHEAFFER, University of Florida, Gainesville
June 27-29, 2002
Memphis, TN
30 Enhancing Introductory Physics Courses Through Assessments
RICHARD OLENICK, University of Dallas and TED VIOLETT, Western State College
June 20-22, 2002
Gunnison, CO
31 Teach Physics by Replicating the Process of Science
ALAN VAN HEUVELEN, Ohio State University and EUGENIA ETKINA, Rutgers University
June 9-11, 2002
Memphis, TN
32 The Studio Approach to Student-Centered Science, Mathematics and Engineering Instruction
KAREN CUMMINGS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 24-25, 2002
Troy, NY
33 Promoting Active Learning in Introductory Physics Courses I and II
PRISCILLA W. LAWS, Dickinson College, DAVID R. SOKOLOFF, University of Oregon and RONALD K. THORNTON, Tufts University
June 6-8, 2002 (I)
Eugene, OR
May 9-11, 2002 (II)
Carlisle, PA
34 Archaeoastronomy in the Maya Ruins of Palenque/Bonampak/Yaxchilan/la Venta Park
ED BARNHART, The University of Texas at Austin
June 12-18, 2002
Palenque, Mexico
35 Teaching Introductory Astronomy
GARETH WYNN-WILLIAMS, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii
May 31 - June 2, 2002
Green Bank, WV
36 A Radio View of the Universe and the New Green Bank Telescope
PHILIP JEWELL and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
May 28-30, 2002
Green Bank, WV
37 Interferometry in Radio Astronomy, the VLA and the VLBA
DAVID G. FINLEY and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
July 24-26, 2002
in and near Socorro, NM
38 Radio Astronomy in the Undergraduate Classroom
PREETHI PRATAP and MIT Haystack Observatory Staff
May 22-24, 2002
Cambridge, MA
39 The Sky of Mauna Kea
GILBERT YANOW, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 30 - July 3, 2002
Big Island of Hawaii
40 The Aurora Borealis and Other Artic Phenomena During the Solar Maximum, 2002 Update
SYUN AKASOFU, International Artic Research Center, JOHN KELLEY and VIKAS SONWALKAR, University of Alaska Fairbanks, GILBERT YANOW, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
March 18-20, 2002
Fairbanks, AK
41 Exploration of the Solar System and the Possibility of Life, 2002 Update
GILBERT YANOW, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
July 23-26, 2002
Pasadena, CA
42 Objects From Space, Solar Wind, and Cleanrooms
MARILYN LINDSTROM and EILEEN STANSBERY, NASA Johnson Space Center and GILBERT YANOW, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 17-19, 2002
Johnson Space Center
43 Volcanic Hazards: On Site at Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainer
TONY IRVING, University of Washington
July 13-17, 2002
Southwestern Washington and Seattle
44 The Volcanoes of Hawaii 2002, The Geology of Hawaii and Comparative Planetology
CHUCK BLAY, TEOK, DAVID SEIDEL, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
July 7-11, 2002
Big Island of Hawaii
45 Hawaiian Volcanoes from Mauna Kea to Loihi
ALEXANDER MALAHOFF, University of Hawaii
July 15-19, 2002
Honlulu and the Big Island, HI
46 Glaciers in Alaska
KRISTINE CROSSEN, University of Alaska Anchorage
June 26-28, 2002
Anchorage, AK
47 Communicating Chemistry: Reaching Students and the Public-at-Large
BASSAM Z. SHAKHASHIRI and ROD SCHREINER, University of Wisconsin, Madison
June 2-4, 2002
Madison, WI
48 Chemistry for Non-Science Majors: The American Chemical Society's Curriculum: Chemistry in Context
WILMER STRATTON, Earlham College, CONRAD STANITSKI, University of Central Arkansas and CATHY MIDDLECAMP, University of Wisconsin, Madison
June 30 - July 2, 2002
Pittsburgh, PA
49 Peer Led Team Learning: The Workshop Model
DAVID K. GOSSER, JR., The City College, CUNY, PRATIBHA VARMA-NELSON, St. Xavier University JERRY L. SARQUIS and LINDA DIXON, Miami University, and MARK CRACOLICE, The University of Montana
May 20-22, 2002
Pasadena, CA
June 13-15, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
50 Promoting Active Learning in Real-World Contexts in General Chemistry
BROCK SPENCER, Beloit College and HEATHER MERNITZ, Tufts University
June 27-29, 2002
Troy, NY
51 Undergraduate Cooperative Access to Information Resources (UCair)
ROBERT G. LANDOLT, Texas Wesleyan University and DAVID FLAXBART, The University of Texas at Austin
June 13-15, 2002
Austin, TX
52 Synthetic Organic Chemistry - Modern Methods and Strategy
PAUL HELQUIST, Notre Dame University
June 12-14, 2002
Memphis, TN
53 Bridging the Gap Between Undergraduate Science and Health Professions: Application of General and Organic Chemistry to Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
ELMER J. GENTRY and EDWARD FISHER, Midwestern University
July 25-27, 2002
Memphis, TN
54 Promoting Active Learning in Introductory Biology Courses
JOHN M. DEARN, University of Canberra, Australia
July 12-14, 2002
Austin, TX
55 Helping the Learner to Learn in the Life Science Classroom
HAROLD MODELL and MARY PAT WENDEROTH, University of Washington
July 15-18, 2002
Seattle, WA
56 Integrating Inquiry and Technology into a Biology Laboratory for the Non-Major Student
PHYLLIS S. LAINE and CYNTHIA H. GEER, Xavier University
June 19-21, 2002
Cincinnati, OH
57 Physiology for Physiology and Biology Teachers
HAROLD MODELL and MARY PAT WENDEROTH, University of Washington
July 22-24, 2002
Seattle, WA
58 How and Why We Age
LEONARD HAYFLICK, University of California, San Francisco
April 11-13, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
59 Synapses, Learning and the Neocortex
PAUL ADAMS and LONNIE WOLLMUTH, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 13-15, 2002
Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
60 Psychoactive Drugs and the Molecular Biology of the Neuron
DAVID DRESSLER, Oxford University
August 1-3, 2002
Cambridge, MA
61 Starting Biotechnology Courses: A Manual for Teachers
LINNEA FLETCHER and ALICE SESSIONS, Austin Community College
June 6-8, 2002
Austin, TX
62 Biotechnology for Interdisciplinary Science and Biological Defense
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University, EDWARD KISAILUS, Canisius College and KAREN M. GRAF, EDVOTEK, Inc.
June 3-5, 2002
Washington, DC
62A Biological Weapons and Other Dangers: Risks, Responses and Responsibilities of Bioscientists
LYNN C. KLOTZ, MARIE CHEVRIER, MARK WHEELIS, and MILTON E. (VAN) BLACKWOOD, JR., Federation of American Scientists
June 10-12, 2002
Cambridge, MA
63 Biotechnology and Bioinformatics for the Undergraduate Biology Classrooms
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University and KAREN M. GRAF, EDVOTEK, Inc.
June 7-9, 2002
Washington, DC
64 Evolutionary Bioinformatics Education: A BioQuest Curriculum Consortium Approach
JOHN R. JUNGCK and SAM DONOVAN, Beloit College
May 8-10, 2002
Atlanta, GA
65 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
July 24-26, 2002
Troy, NY
66 Teaching Histories of Medicine and Healing in China
LINDA BARNES, Boston University, TJ HINRICHES, Connecticut College and BRIDIE ANDREWS, Harvard University
May 17-19, 2002
Cambridge, MA
67 Immunology: Basic Principles and Practical Applications of the Dynamic Nature of the Immune Response
PADMINI SALGAME and ALEXANDER Y. TSYGANKOV, Temple University School of Medicine
May 16-18, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
68 Tools for Teaching About the Environment and Conservation Biology
DAN PERLMAN, Brandeis University
May 29-31, 2002
Cambridge, MA
69 Forensic Osteology
MICHAEL GIBBONS, University of Massachusetts,Boston
May 29-31, 2002
Cambridge, MA
70 Using Science to Solve Crimes
T. PAULETTE SUTTON, CYNTHIA GARDNER and JENNIFER LOVE, University of Tennessee, Memphis and Regional Forensic Center
May 13-15, 2002
Memphis, TN
71 Advanced Forensic Science
T. PAULETTE SUTTON, CYNTHIA GARDNER and STEVEN A. SYMES, University of Tennessee, Memphis and Regional Forensic Center
May 16-18, 2002
Memphis, TN
72 Molecular Epidemiology - Molecular Methods for Subtyping Bacterial Microorganisms
SUZANNE S. BARTH, Texas Department of Health and The University of Texas at Austin
May 5-7, 2002
Atlanta, GA
73 Evolution Education: A Delicate Balance Between Science, Controversy and Pedagogy
GREGORY A. FORBES, Michigan Scientific Evolution Education Initiative and Institute for Evolution Education
March 13-15, 2002
Orlando, FL
74 Biology in the Extreme: Life in Deep-Sea Chemosynthetic Ecosystems
CINDY LEE VAN DOVER, The College of William and Mary
May 30 - June 1, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
75 Ecological Lessons from Mt. St. Helens
TOM HINCKLEY, University of Washington
July 14-17, 2002
Mt. St. Helens, WA
76 Geology and Ecology of the Colorado Western Slope
DONALD SULLIVAN, University of Denver and P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton
June 9-13, 2002
Grand Junction, CO
77 Exploring Field Techniques and Current Topics in Estuarine and Ocean Sciences
JAN NEWTON, University of Washington
August 19-24, 2002
Friday Harbor, WA
78 Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds and Mammals
W. BRECK TYLER, The University of California, Santa Cruz
August 19-24, 2002
Friday Harbor, WA
79 Wildlife of Midway Atoll, 2002 Update
MARK HECKMAN, Waikiki Aquarium/University of Hawaii
June 22-29, 2002
Midway Atoll Central Pacific
80 Biodiversity and Ecology of Mammals and Birds of the Appalachian Mountains
JOSEPH F. MERRITT and ROBERT S. MULVIHILL, Powdermill Biological Station
August 12-16, 2002
Rector, PA
81 Primate Anatomy and Adaptive Evolution
BLYTHE WILLIAMS, Duke University
May 6-8, 2002
Durham, NC
82 Ecology of Amphibians and Reptiles of the Southwestern North America: A Field Biology Course
JEFFREY D. CAMPER
June 19-21, 2002
Florence,SC
83 The Ecology and Natural History of Florida's Tampa Bay Region
JIM WYSONG, Hillsborough Community College
May 31 - June 2, 2002
Tampa, FL
84 Geomorphology, Environment and Sustainable Development of Tropical Islands: The Puerto Rico Case
JOSE MOLINELLI, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
July 25-27, 2002
Puerto Rico
85 Hawaiian Marine Biology
P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton and KIMBERLY SANDER SMITH, Guam Community College
July 8-12, 2002
Honolulu, HI
86 How We Study the Earth and Oceans from Space
GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
August 21-23, 2002
Pasadena, CA
87 The Earth System and Global Climate Change
RICHARD GAMMON, University of Washington
June 24-26, 2002
Seattle, WA
88 Desert Ecology in the Mojave National Preserve
ERIK P. HAMERLYNCK, Rutgers University and JOHN CAROTHERS, Cabrillo College
May 5-10, 2002
Mojave Desert
89 The Ecology and History of the Mojave Desert Region
MICHAEL BONDELLO, Alan Hancock College
May 24-27, 2002
Desert Studies Center, Baker, CA
90 Ecology of South-Central Alaska
BJARTMAR SVEINBJORNSSON and DONALD SPALINGER, University of Alaska Anchorage
June 22-24, 2002
in and near Anchorage, AK
91 Energy Development in the Arctic
JOHN KELLEY, University of Alaska Fairbanks and GILBERT YANOW, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 3-6, 2002
Fairbanks, AK
92 Experiencing Environmental Education in a Mexican Cloud Forest
REYNALDO RAMIREZ, JR., The University of Texas at Brownsville
June 21-27, 2002
Mexico
93 Tropical Forests of Costa Rica
BARBARA L. BENTLEY, Noetica Naturalists
March 16-21, 2002
Costa Rica
94 Natural History of the Yucatán Peninsula
JAND MERCER, Tarrant County College and ROGER W. SANDERS, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
May 24-28, 2002
Belize and Guatemala
95 Enhancing Your Student's Creativity
G. GRAHAM ALLAN and ZINOVY ROYZEN, University of Washington
July 8-10, 2002
Seattle, WA
96 Paradox
HANS CHRISTIAN VON BAEYER, College of William and Mary and RALPH DAVIS, Albio College
May 16-18, 2002
Midtown Mahnattan, New York City
97 Geographic Information Systems and the Urban Environment
RICHARD P. GREENE, Northern Illinois University
May 23-25, 2002
Memphis, TN
98 The Origins of Classical Genetics
ELOF AXEL CARLSON, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 6-8, 2002
Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
99 The Korean and Vietnam Wars: Conflict and Diplomacy
RUSSELL F. WEIGLEY, Temple University
June 6-8, 2002
Philadelphia, PA
100 Dimensions of China's Foreign Policy
ZHANG QINGMIN, Foreign Affairs College, People's Republic of China
May 20-24, 2002
Beijing, People's Republic of China
101 Globalization, Institutions and Politics
JACKIE SMITH, State University of New York at Stony Brook
May 23-25, 2002
Midtown Manhattan, New York City
102 Nationalism
LIAH GREENFELD, Boston University
June 10-12, 2002
Boston, MA
103 Using Classroom Experiments to Teach Undergraduate Economics
DENISE HAZLETT, Whitman College and NOELWAH R. NETUSIL, Reed College
June 2-4, 2002
Memphis, TN
104 From Distance to Distributed Learning: The Basics
MICHAEL DANCHAK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
May 22-24, 2002
June 12-14, 2002

Troy, NY
105 An Introduction to LabVIEW for Use in Undergraduate Science Laboratories
REX L. BERNEY, University of Dayton
May 13-15, 2002
Dayton, OH
106 Developing Computer-Based Instruction Using the Authorware Authoring System
STEVE SOULIER, Utah State University
July 8-10, 2002
Logan, UT
107 Designing Web-Based Learning Environments
THOMAS T. LIAO and JOANNE ENGLISH DALY, State University of New York at Stony Brook
June 20-22, 2002
Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
108 Just-in-Time Teaching: Blending Active Learning with Web Technology
GREGOR NOVAK, EVELYN T. PATTERSON, United States Air Force Academy, JAMES BENEDICT, James Madison University, KATHLEEN MARRS, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
June 6-8, 2002
Colorado Springs, CO
109 Creating Multimedia Teaching Materials: Getting Started Workshop
RICHARD B. THOMPSON and DEBORAH HUGHES HALLETT, University of Arizona
May 16-19, 2002
Tucson, AZ
110 Towards Developing Interactive Multimedia Materials for the Classroom
DON LEWIS MILLARD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
July 31 - August 2, 2002
Troy, NY
111 Creating Course Materials for the World Wide Web: Authoring and Design
MIN LIU, The University of Texas at Austin
May 24-26, 2002
Austin, TX
112 Introduction to Client/Server Systems and Databases Using Visual Basic
JOHN GERSTING, The University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 5-7, 2002
Dayton, OH
113 Web Programming
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, New Mexico Highlands University
May 9-11, 2002
Dayton, OH
114 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming
JUDITH L. GERSTING, University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 5-7, 2002
Dayton, OH
115 Object Oriented Programming with C++ and Java
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
June 17-19, 2002
Dayton, OH
116 An Introduction to the Java Programming Language
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
May 9-11, 2002
Dayton, OH
117 Introduction to Computer and Network Security
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, New Mesico Highlands University
May 13-15, 2002
Dayton, OH






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