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STATUS NUMBER COURSE NAME DATE
1 Teaching Creative Problem Solving
SIDNEY J. PARNES, Buffalo State College, Creative Problem Solving Institute and BEATRICE PARNES, San Diego College
June 10-12, 2004
Memphis, TN
2 Changing Science Courses to Promote Critical Thinking
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University
April 5-7, 2004
Dayton, OH
3 Calibrated Peer Review: A Writing and Critical Thinking Instructional Tool
ARLENE RUSSELL, UCLA and TIM SU, City College of San Francisco
June 23-25, 2004
Los Angeles, CA
4 Engaging Students in Learning Science and Mathematics - The Process Workshop Classroom
DAVID HANSON and TROY WOLFSKILL, Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching of SUNY at Stony Brook
June 3-5, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
July 26-28, 2004
Memphis, TN
5 Helping the Learner to Learn in the Science Classroom
HAROLD MODELL, University of Washington
July 14-17, 2004
Seattle, WA
6 Cognition and Teaching Part 2
RUTH DAY, Duke University
May 5-7, 2004
Durham, NC
7 Classroom Management: How to Teach Like a Pro
DELANEY KIRK, Drake University
June 17-19, 2004
Durham, NC
July 15-17, 2004
Seattle, WA
8 What Do They Know? Assessing Student Learning
KAREN CUMMINGS, Southern Connecticut State University and BRAD LISTER, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
May 27-28, 2004
Troy, NY
9 Using Case Studies to Teach Science - A Workshop
CLYDE FREEMAN HERREID, University at Buffalo/SUNY
June 17-19, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
10 Investigative Case-Based Learning
MARGARET WATERMAN and ETHEL STANLEY, Southeast Missouri State University
July 11-13, 2004
Memphis, TN
11 Bringing Project Based Instruction into the College Classroom
ANTHONY J. PETROSINO
June 10-12, 2004
Austin, TX
12 Training Students in Team Work: Project Management, Personal Effectiveness and Interpersonal Effectiveness
DAVID I. BIGIO, University of Maryland
June 23-25, 2004
Memphis, TN
13 Peer-Led Team Learning
PRATIBHA VARMA-NELSON, Northeastern Illinois University and MARK CRACOLICE, The University of Montana
May 24-26, 2004
Fullerton, CA
14 Beyond the 'Science Wars': Infusing Insights from 'Science Studies' into the Science Curriculum
DAVID EASTZER, City College of the City University of New York
June 10-12, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
15 Alternative Energy and Energy Management
GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 2-4, 2004
Irwindale, CA
16 Mechatronic System Design: Integrating Mechanical, Electrical, Control, and Computer Engineering
KEVIN C. CRAIG, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
July 21-23, 2004
Troy, NY
17 Nanotechnology and Nanostructured Materials and Devices
R. W. SIEGEL, P. M. AJAYAN, J. DORDICK, S. GARDE, P. KEBLINSKI, L. S. SCHADLER, and F. SCHUBERT, Rensselaer Nanotechnology Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
June 28-29, 2004
Troy, NY
18 Increasing the Retention of Under-Represented Groups--And the Learning of All Groups--In Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Courses
CRAIG E. NELSON, Indiana University and ROBERT GROSSMAN, Kalamazoo College
May 10-12, 2004
Dayton, OH
19 Women and Minorities in the Sciences: A History of the Past and Strategies for the Future
CATHERINE DIDION, Association for Women in Science and JAMES H. STITH, American Institute of Physics
June 17-19, 2004
Washington, DC
20 How to Write a Mathematics Textbook and Course Materials
RAYMOND F. COUGHLIN, Temple University
May 20-22, 2004
Philadelphia, PA
21 Data Analysis and Visualization Using Mathematica
FLIP PHILLIPS, Skidmore College
May 16-18, 2004
Memphis,TN
22 Introduction to Maple Programming
ALEX POTAPCHIK, Maplesoft, Inc.
May 23-25, 2004
Memphis, TN
23 Abandoning Dead Ends: Presenting the Heart of Mathematics to All Students
MICHAEL STARBIRD, The University of Texas at Austin
May 18-20, 2004
Austin, TX
24 Teaching Differential Equations from a Dynamical Systems Viewpoint
ROBERT L. DEVANEY and PAUL BLANCHARD, Boston University
July 19-21, 2004
Boston, MA
25 Combinatorics in Concert: For Teaching, Research, Outreach, and Recreation
FRANCIS SU, Harvey Mudd College and DANIEL GOROFF, Harvard University
July 11-31, 2004
Park City, UT
26 Statistics in Action: An Activity-Based Approach to Teaching Statistical Concepts
RICHARD L. SCHEAFFER, University of Florida, Gainesville
June 3-5, 2004
Memphis, TN
27 Cryptology and The Breaking of the Axis Codes During WWII at Bletchley Park, England
ROBERT E. LEWAND, Goucher College, FRANK CARTER and JOHN HARPER, Bletchley Park Trust
August 3-6, 2004
Milton Keynes, England
28 Ancient Maya Mathematics in the Ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
ED BARNHART, Maya Exploration Center
May 27 - June 1, 2004
Mexico
29 Building Students' Physics Knowledge on Experimental Evidence
EUGENIA ETKINA and ALAN VAN HEUVELEN, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
June 14-16, 2004
Piscataway, NJ
30 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 3-5, 2004
Carlisle, PA
June 10-12, 2004
Eugene, OR
31 Archaeoastronomy and Culture in the Ancient Ruins of Oaxaca, Mexico
ED BARNHART, Maya Exploration Center
June 17-23, 2004
Mexico
32 Learner-Centered Introductory Astronomy Teaching
TIMOTHY SLATER, University of Arizona, STEPHEN POMPEA, National Optical Astronomical Observatory and KATHERINE GARMANY, Columbia University, Yellowstone
July 6-8, 2004
Yellowstone National Park
33 Teaching Introductory Astronomy
GARETH WYNN WILLIAMS, University of Hawaii
May 27-29, 2004
Green Bank, WV
34 A Radio View of the Universe and the New Green Bank Telescope
PHILIP JEWELL and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
May 24-26, 2004
Green Bank, WV
35 Radio Astronomy in the Undergraduate Classroom
PREETHI PRATAP and the MIT Haystack Observatory Staff
May 26-28, 2004
Westford, MA
36 Interferometry in Radio Astronomy, the VLA and the VLBA
DAVID G. FINLEY and STAFF, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
July 28-30, 2004
Socorro, NM
37 Teaching Astronomy Under Hawaiian Skies
EDWARD PRATHER and TIM SLATER, University of Arizona
June 21-23, 2004
Maui, HI
38 Giants of Mauna Kea
GILBERT YANOW and DAVID SEIDEL, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
June 15-18, 2004
Hilo, HI
39 Aurora Borealis and Other Arctic Phenomena
SYUN AKASOFU, International Arctic Research Center, JOHN KELLEY and VIKAS SONWALKAR, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
March 14-16, 2004
Fairbanks, AK
40 Volcanism and Volcanic Hazards in the Southern Cascades: Mount Shasta and the Medicine Lake Volcano
BILL HIRT, College of the Siskiyous
July 26-29, 2004
Weed, CA
41 Hawaiian Volcanoes from Mauna Kea to Loihi
ALEXANDER MALAHOFF, University of Hawaii
July 12-16, 2004
Honolulu and Big Island, HI
42 Earthquakes and Tsumanis: Alaska 9.2
KRISTINE J. CROSSEN, University of Alaska Anchorage
June 23-25, 2004
Anchorage, AK
43 Engineering for the Big One: Exploring Puget Sound Earthquake Hazards
WILLIAM STEELE, University of Washington
July 21-23, 2004 Seattle, WA
44 Marscape: The Geology of the Channeled Scablands
TONY IRVING, University of Washington
June 26-29, 2004
Central Washington and Wenatchee, WA
45 Comets, Stardust and Us
DONALD BROWNLEE, University of Washington
July 12-14, 2004
Seattle, WA
46 Deciphering Ancient Mangled Rocks: Terrane Tectonics and Geological History of the North Cascades and San Juan Islands, Washington
TONY IRVING, University of Washington
August 5-8, 2004
Northwestern Washington and Seattle, WA
47 Glaciers in Alaska
KRISTINE J. CROSSEN, University of Alaska Anchorage
June 30 - July 2, 2004
Anchorage, AK
48 Utilizing Museums to Teach Paleontology and Historical Geology
ELIZABETH NESBITT, University of Washington and Burke Museum
July 7-9, 2004
Seattle, WA
49 Teaching Interdisciplinary Astrobiology from a Learner-Centered Perspective
EDWARD PRATHER and TIM SLATER, University of Arizona
June 30 - July 2, 2004
Boseman, MT
50 Teaching Global Climate and Planetary Change to the Non-Science Major
CHARLES MILLER and GILBERT YANOW, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
July 20-23, 2004
Pasadena, CA
51 The Geology and Geography of the California Gold Rush
CHRISTOPH HULBE, Sacramento City College and KENNETH YANOW, Southwestern College
June 10-13, 2004
California Gold Rush Country
52 Promoting Active Learning in Real-World Contexts in General Chemistry
BROCK SPENCER, SANDRA LAURSEN, JOANNE STEWART, HEATHER MERNITZ, EILEEN LEWIS, University of California, Berkeley
June 6-8, 2004
Berkeley, CA
53 Chemistry for Non-Science Majors: The American Chemical Society's Curriculum: Chemistry in Context
CONRAD STANITSKI, University of Central Arkansas and CATHY MIDDLECAMP, University of Wisconsin, Madison
May 18-20
Cambridge, MA
54 Intermediate Organic Chemistry: Synthetic Strategy, Methods, and Applications to Bioactive Compounds
PAUL HELQUIST, Nortre Dame University
July 8-10, 2004
Memphis, TN
55 Organic Chemistry Principle and Industrial Practice
HAROLD WITTCOFF, Nextant Inc. and MARK GREEN, Polytechnic University
May 17-19, 2004
Philadelphia, PA
56 Bridging the Gap Between Undergraduate Science and Health Professions: Application of Basic Chemical and Biological Principles to Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology
ELMER GENTRY and EDWARD FISHER, Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale, Arizona
July 29-31, 2004
Memphis, TN
57 Providing a Foundation for Inquiry: Developing Science Process Skills in the Biological Sciences
WILLIAM J. STRAITS, Appalachian State University and R. RUSSELL WILKE, Angelo State University
July 16-18, 2004
Austin, TX
58 Developing an On-Line Learning Portfolio for Experiential Teaching (Field Biology)
DICK RICHARDSON and PEG SYVERSON, The University of Texas at Austin
June 3-5, 2004
Austin, TX
59 Circadian Biology: From Clock Genes and Cellular Rhythms to Sleep Regulation
J. WOODLAND HASTINGS, CHARLES A. CZEISLER and STEVEN W. LOCKLEY, Harvard University
May 19-21, 2004
Cambridge, MA
60 Modern Plant Research: Molecular Genetics and Genomics
JENNIFER AIZENMAN and SCOTT BRONSON, Dolan DNA Learning Center of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
June 21-25, 2004
Austin, TX
61 Psychoactive Drugs and the Molecular Biology of the Neuron
DAVID DRESSLER, Oxford University
March 30 - April 1, 2004
Cambridge, MA
62 Current Topics in Microbiology
BETTINA BUTTARO, Temple University School of Medicine
June 14-16, 2004
Philadelphia, PA
63 Biotechnology for the Undergraduate Curriculum
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University School of Medicine, EDWARD KISAILUS, Canisius College, and TOM CYNKAR, EDVOTEK, Inc.
June 1-3, 2004
Washington, DC
64 A PCR Based Curriculum for Undergraduate Biology
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, SHARON A. HELLING, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and TOM CYNKAR, EDVOTEK, Inc.
June 4-6, 2004
Washington, DC
65 A Hands-On Tour Through the World of Bioinformatics
LINNEA FLETCHER, Austin Community College and SANDRA G. PORTER, Geospiza, Inc.
June 10-12, 2004
Austin, TX
66 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 21-23, 2004
Troy, NY
67 Studying Evolution with Bioinformatics
LINNEA FLETCHER, Austin Community College and SANDRA G. PORTER, Geospiza, Inc.
June 14-16, 2004
Austin, TX
68 Biomedical Ethics
DENISE DUDZINSKI, University of Washington
July 12-14, 2004
Seattle, WA
69 The Molecular Basis of Disease
DAVID DRESSLER, Oxford University
March 24-26, 2004
Orlando, FL
70 Teaching Histories of Medicine and Healing in China
BRIDIE ANDREWS, Harvard University, LINDA BARNES, Boston University, and TJ HINRICHES, Connecticut College
May 26-28, 2004
Cambridge, MA
71 Effective Teaching Methods for Biology and Environmental Studies
DAN PERLMAN, Brandeis University
June 2-4, 2004
Cambridge, MA
72 DNA and Criminal Investigations in the Classroom
IRMA RIOS, DPS Crime Lab, PEGGY MAHER and LINNEA FLETCHER, Austin Community College
June 24-26, 2004
Austin, TX
73 Increasing Student Interest in the Sciences by Introducing Forensic Science into the College Classroom
EDWARD B. WALDRIP and HUGH BERRYMAN, Southern Institute of Forensic Science, Mississippi and the Regional Forensic Center, Tennessee
June 27-29, 2004
Memphis, TN
74 The Application of Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology to Stimulate Student Interest in the Sciences
EDWARD B. WALDRIP and HUGH BERRYMAN, Southern Institute of Forensic Science, Mississippi and the Regional Forensic Center, Tennessee
July 1-3, 2004
Memphis, TN
75 Solving Violent Crimes by Understanding the Mechanics of Blood Splatter Analysis
PAULETTE SUTTON, University of Tennessee at Memphis
June 13-15, 2004
Memphis, TN
76 Epidemiology: Molecular Methods for Subtyping Bacterial Microorganisms: Procedures at Texas Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control
SUZANNE S. BARTH, Texas Department of Health and University of Texas at Austin
July 18-20, 2004
Atlanta, GA
77 Evolution Education: A Delicate Balance Between Science, Controversy and Pedagogy
GREGORY A. FORBES, Evolution Education Institute
May 12-14, 2004
Dayton, OH
78 Estuarine Science and Oceanography in the San Juan Islands: Field Techniques and Hot Topics
JAN NEWTON, Washington State Department of Ecology and University of Washington
June 13-16, 2004
Orcas Island, WA
79 Geology and Ecology of the Colorado Western Slope
DONALD SULLIVAN, University of Denver and P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton
June 6-10, 2004
Grand Junction, CO
80 Ecology of Mammals of the Eastern U.S. Deciduous Forest
JOSEPH F. MERRITT, Powdermill Biological Station, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
August 9-13, 2004
Rector, PA
81 Natural History of Mona Island, Puerto Rico
FERNANDO J. BIRD-PICË, GARY J. BRECKON, MICHELLE TANYA SHARER UMPIERRE, ALLEN R. LEWIS, WILSON RAM═REZ, and DUANE A. KOLTERMAN, University of Puerto Rico
April 25-30, 2004
Puerto Rico
82 Exploring Iceland's Physical Geography and Geomorphology
JIM WYSONG, Hillsborough Community College
May 7-11, 2004
Iceland
83 Geomorphology, Environment and Sustainable Development of Tropical Islands: The Puerto Rico Case
JOSE MOLINELLI, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
September 23-25, 2004
Puerto Rico
84 The Florida Keys: A Geographical and Environmental Overview
JIM WYSONG and KEN THOMAS, Hillsborough Community College
April 16-18, 2004
Long Key, FL
85 Marine Fauna and Communities on the Big Island of Hawai'i
P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton and KIMBERLY SANDER SMITH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
July 6-10, 2004
Big Island, HI
86 Marine Ecosystems of Belize
LAURENCE MEISSNER, Concordia University
January 4-8, 2005
Belize
87 The Earth System and Global Climate Change
RICHARD GAMMON, University of Washington
June 23-25, 2004
Seattle, WA
88 Desert Ecology in the Mojave National Preserve
ERIK P. HAMERLYNCK, Rutgers University and JOHN CAROTHERS, Cabrillo College
May 17-21, 2004
Mojave Desert
89 The Ecology and History of the Mojave Desert Region, Desert Studies Center
MICHAEL BONDELLO, Allan Hancock College and ROBERT FULTON, Desert Studies Center
May 28 - June 1, 2004
Baker, CA
90 Ecology of South-Central Alaska
BJARTMAR SVEINBJ÷RNSSON and DONALD SPALINGER, University of Alaska Anchorage
June 26-28, 2004
Anchorage, AK
91 Tropical Forests of Costa Rica
BARBARA L. BENTLEY, Noetica Naturalists
July 21-26, 2004
Costa Rica
January 4-12, 2005
Costa Rica
92 Southwestern Cultures: Past and Present
TERRELL DAUGHTREY, TVI Community College
April 29 - May 1, 2004
Albuquerque, NM
93 Paradox
HANS CHRISTIAN VON BAEYER, College of William and Mary and RALPH DAVIS, Albion College
May 20-22, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
94 Galileo's Genius Viewed in Scientific, Artistic, Political and Religious Context
JEFFREY FONTANA, MAX GROBER, and DONALD SALISBURY, Austin College
May 27-31, 2004
Florence, Italy
95 Geographic Information Systems: Applications in the Social and Physical Sciences
RICHARD P. GREENE, Northern Illinois University
May 20-22, 2004
Memphis, TN
96 Eugenics: Then, Now and Tomorrow
ELOF AXEL CARLSON, Stony Brook University
June 3-5, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
97 Science and Social Justice
ALAN MCGOWAN, New School University
June 10-12, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
98 Consequences of WWII
RUSSELL WEIGLEY, Temple University
May 24-26, 2004
Philadelphia, PA
99 The Birthplace and Early History of the Atomic Bomb
FERENC M. SZASZ, University of New Mexico
September 30 - October 2, 2004
Albuquerque, NM
100 Islam and the West
DOUGLAS MAGRATH, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
June 3-5, 2004
Philadelphia, PA
101 China's Perspective on National Security Issues
SU HAO, Foreign Affairs College, People's Republic of China
June 7-11, 2004
Beijing, People's Republic of China
102 Social Movements and the Politics of Global Change
JACKIE SMITH, Stony Brook University
May 27-29, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
103 Economic Sanctions: Theory, Cases and Evidence
GEORGE A LOPEZ, University of Notre Dame
June 10-12, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
104 America's Hidden Presence: Socioeconomic Class
MICHAEL ZWEIG, Stony Brook University
May 27-29, 2004
Midtown Manhattan, NY
105 Teaching Macroeconomics Using Computer-Based Methods and Simulation
HUMBERTO BARRETO, Wabash College
June 17-19, 2004
Memphis, TN
106 An Introduction to LabVIEW and ELVIS
REX L. BERNEY and PETER E. POWERS, University of Dayton
May 13-15, 2004
Dayton, OH
107 Designing Web-Based Learning Environments [E-learning]
THOMAS T. LIAO and JOANNE ENGLISH DALY, Stony Brook University
June 17-19, 2004
Stony Brook, 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, and KATHLEEN MARRS, Indiana University Purdue University
June 10-12, 2004
Colorado Springs, CO
109 Towards Developing Interactive Multimedia Materials for the Classroom
Towards Developing Interactive Multimedia Materials for the Classroom
July 19-21, 2004
Troy, NY
110 Internet Programming: Building Interactive and Database Driven Websites
DAN BRANDON, Christian Brothers University
June 1-3, 2004
Memphis, TN
111 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming
JUDITH L. GERSTING, University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 17-19, 2004
Dayton, OH
112 Managing Persistent Data in the .NET Environment
JOHN GERSTING, University of Hawaii at Hilo
June 17-19, 2004
Dayton, OH
113 Java
PHOEBE WEIDMANN and MIKE SCOTT, The University of Texas at Austin
May 27-29, 2004
Austin, TX
114 An Introduction to the Java Programming Language
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
May 17-19, 2004
Dayton, OH
115 Advanced Java Programming Language
JOSEPH E. LANG, University of Dayton
June 14-16, 2004
Dayton, OH
116 Hands-On Networking
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, Columbus State University and REX L. BERNEY, University of Dayton
May 17-19, 2004
Dayton, OH
117 Network Protocols
PHOEBE WEIDMANN, The University of Texas at Austin
June 3-5, 2004
Austin, TX
118 Introduction to Computer and Network Security
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, Columbus State University
May 20-22, 2004
Dayton, OH









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