The National 1996 Chautauqua Short Course Program

SCHEDULE OF COURSES

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1 Changing Science Courses to Promote Critical Thinking
CRAIG E. NELSON, Department of Biology, Indiana University
Mar. 20-22, 1996 in Dayton, OH
2 Enhancing Creative and Critical Thinking
SIDNEY J. PARNES, Buffalo State University College
Jun. 9-11, 1996 in Memphis, TN
3 Cognition and Teaching: Part 2
RUTH S. DAY, Duke University
May 8-10, 1996 in Durham, NC
4 Constructive Processes in Learning and Teaching
DIANE L. SCHALLERT, The University of Texas at Austin
May 23-25, 1996 in Austin, TX
5 Collaborative Learning Groups in Calculus and Precalculus Courses
CLAUDIA PINTER-LUCKE and CATHARINE HUDSPETH, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Mar. 28-30, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
6 Enhancing Student Success Through a Model "Introduction to Engineering" Course
RAYMOND B. LANDIS, California State University, Los Angeles
Mar. 21-23, 1995 in Los Angeles, California
7 Helping Students Become Active Learners in Mathematics
DAVID PENGELLEY, New Mexico State University and MAI GEHRKE, New Mexico State University
Apr. 18-20, 1996 in Austin, TX
8 Refocusing Calculus at a Wide Range of Institutions
DEBORAH HUGHES HALLETT, Harvard University
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Cambridge, MA
9 Calculus: A Fresh Approach
JEFF TECOSKY-FELDMAN, Haverford College, Pennsylvania
May 6-8, 1996 in Atlanta, GA
10 Using Graphing Calculators to Revitalize Calculus Instruction
THOMAS DICK, Oregon State University
May 23-25, 1996 in DeKalb, Illinois
May 30-Jun. 1, 1996 in Stony Brook, NY
11 Calculus and Mathematica
WILLIAM DAVIS, Ohio State University
May 16-18, 1996 in Pittsburgh, PA
12 Use of the Maple Symbolic Computing System in Science and Mathematics Instruction
ZAVEN A. KARIAN and RON R. WINTERS, Denison University
May 8-10, 1996 in Dayton, OH
13 Calculus for a New Century
DAVID A. SMITH and LAWRENCE C. MOORE, Duke University
May 29-31, 1996 in Dayton, OH
14 Chaos, Fractals, and Dynamics: Computer Experiments in Mathematics
ROBERT L. DEVANEY, Department of Mathematics, Boston University
Jun. 10-12, 1996 in Boston, MA
15 Exploring Modern Statistics
BORIS IGLEWICZ, Temple University
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
16 Statistics: An Indispensable Tool for Decision-making in the Modern World
RICHARD L. SCHEAFFER, University of Florida, Gainesville
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Memphis, TN
17 Fundamental Concepts of Discrete Mathematics
LEON STEINBERG, Temple University
Mar. 6-8, 1996 in Rio Piedras, PR
18 Achieving Excellence in Minority Engineering Education: Improving the Academic Performance and Graduation Rates of Minority Engineering Students
M. CATHARINE HUDSPETH, Calif. State Polytech. Univ., Pomona RAYMOND B. LANDIS, California State Univ., L.A. CHENITS PETTIGREW, University of Pittsburgh (PITT only) MILTON RANDLE, California State Univ., L.A. (CAL only)
Apr. 18-20, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
May 5-7, 1996 in Pittsburgh, PA
19 Retaining Minority Students in the Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences Educational Pipeline: Pre-College through Graduate Degrees
MELVIN R. WEBB, Atlanta Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities, Clark Atlanta University, GA
May 6-8, 1996 in Atlanta, GA
20 Science By Litigation Or Litigation Via Science
MAX DRESDEN, Stanford University
May 23-25, 1996 in DeKalb, IL
21 Science, Technology and Society Technology-driven Issues for Today: White Collar Jobs; the Waste in Nuclear Waste
RUSTUM ROY, EDWARD KLEVANS and GEOFFREY GODBEY, Penn State
Jun. 23-25, 1996 in State College, PA
22 Generational Alterations and Generational Conflicts
MAX DRESDEN, Stanford University
Sep. 12-14 1996 in Cambridge, MA
23 Interdisciplinary Science Education: A Model Course
CHARLES M. WYNN, Eastern Connecticut State University and ARTHUR W. WIGGINS, Oakland (Michigan) Comm. College
May 9-11, 1996 in Austin, TX
24 Teaching Science and Mathematics in a Distributed Multimedia Learning Environment
JACK M. WILSON, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
May 23-25, 1996 in Pittsburgh, PA and Troy, NY
25 Insights into Introductory Physics Teaching
ARNOLD B. ARONS, University of Washington
Mar. 21-23, 1996 in DeKalb, Illinois
(Apr 15 Sess. CLOSED)
26 Promoting Active Learning in Introductory Physics Courses
PRISCILLA W. LAWS, Dickinson College DAVID R. SOKOLOFF, University of Oregon RONALD K. THORNTON, Tufts University
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Eugene, OR
27 Teaching Introductory Astronomy
GARETH WYNN-WILLIAMS, Department of Astronomy, University of Hawaii
May 23-25, 1996 in Green Bank, WV
28 Introducing Observational Equipment and Activities into the Introductory Astronomy Course
BRUCE HANNA, Pretlow Planetarium, Old Dominion University DAVID WRIGHT, Department of Physics, Tidewater Community College
Jun. 12-14, 1996 in Norfolk, VA
29 Hubble, Then and Now
GIL YANOW, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Mar. 13-16, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
30 The Invisible Universe: Radio Astronomy
DANIEL ALTSCHULER and JO ANN EDER, Arecibo Observatory (NAIC)
Feb. 7-9, 1996 in Rio Piedras, PR
31 A Radio View of the Universe and the New GBT
FELIX J. LOCKMAN and Staff, National Radio Astronomy Observatory
May 20-22, 1996 in Green Bank, WV
32 The Solar System: Origin and Geology
CORNELIA YODER, Syracuse University
May 30-Jun. 1, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
33 Glaciers in Alaska
KRISTINE J. CROSSEN, Department of Geology, University of Alaska Anchorage
Jun. 24-26, 1996 in and near Anchorage, AK
34 Earthquakes
THOMAS HEATON, California Institute of Technology
Jun. 20-22, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
35 Magnetic Fields in Science and Technology
J. E. CROW, Director, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Tallahassee, FL
36 Medical and Environmental Radiological Physics: Capturing Patterns in Chaos
CYNTHIA GOODMAN MUMMA, Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, TN
Jun. 16-18, 1996 in Memphis, TN
37 Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM): Theory and Practical Applications Including Elemental Analysis
WILLIAM N. NORTON, Southeastern Louisiana University
Jun. 2-4, 1996 in Memphis, TN
38 Chemistry and Art: A Science Course for Nonscience Majors
MICHAEL HENCHMAN, Brandeis University PATRICIA S. HILL, Millersville University
Jun. 20-22, 1996 in Cambridge, MA
39 Communicating Chemistry: Reaching Students and the Public-at-Large
BASSAM Z. SHAKHASHIRI and ROD SCHREINER, University of Wisconsin- Madison
May 19-21, 1996 in Madison, Wisconsin
40 Chemistry for Nonscience Majors: The American Chemical Society's New Curriculum - Chemistry in Context
WILMER STRATTON, Earlham College, Indiana, and CONRAD STANITSKI, University of Central Arkansas
Jun. 2-4, 1996 in Memphis, TN
41 Small Scale General Chemistry Experiments
JERRY BELL, AAAS and MAUREEN SCHARBERG, California State University, San Jose
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
42 Polymer Chemistry in the Undergraduate Science Curriculum
LEONARD FINE, Columbia University, New York
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Memphis, TN
43 Biological and Chemical Sensors
ANA R. GUADALUPE, University of Puerto Rico
Apr. 10-12, 1996 in Rio Piedras, PR
44 Applying Theory and Practice of Biotechnology to DNA Analysis and Fingerprinting
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University KAREN M. GRAF, Edvotek, Inc.
May 30-Jun. 1, 1996 in DeKalb, IL
45 Molecular Microbiology: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Molecular Typing
SUZANNE S. BARTH, Texas Department of Health and University of Texas at Austin
Jul. 29-31, 1996 in New Orleans, LA
46 Molecular Biology: A Laboratory Course
BERNARD DUDOCK and NANCY MORVILLO, State University of New York at Stony Brook
May 20-22, 1996 in Stony Brook, NY
47 Recombinant DNA: Technology and Applications - An Update
KENNETH J. SOPRANO, Temple University School of Medicine
Apr. 11-13, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
48 Basic Biology of Cancer
KENNETH J. SOPRANO, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Temple University School of Medicine
Mar. 28-30, 1996 in Orlando, FL
49 Plant Tissue Culture
MARIE-HELENE DELMESTRE, University of Puerto Rico
May 1-3, 1996 in Rio Piedras, PR
50 Tropical Plant Families: Recognition, Classification, Uses
ROGER W. SANDERS, Botanical Research Institute of Texas
May 18-23, 1996 in Coral Gables, FL
51 Okefenokeeology: Past, Present, and Future
DONALD L. BERRYHILL, Okefenokee Regional Educational Services Agency
Apr. 10-13, 1996 in Waycross, GA
52 The Marine Life of Santa Catalina Island and its Surrounding Waters
STEVEN N. MURRAY, Southern California Marine Institute, Terminal Island, California
May 30-Jun. 1, 1996 on Santa Catalina Island, CA
53 Migration and Birds of the Central Flyway
RICK TINNIN, Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin
Feb. 22-25, 1996 in Port Aransas, TX
54 The Neurobiology of Mind
GILLIAN EINSTEIN, Duke University
May 16-18, 1996 in Durham, NC
55 Morphological and Physiological Neuroscience: The Growth in Modern Techniques
MELBURN R. PARK, University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Memphis, TN
56 Advances in Immunology: The Importance of Immune Function in the Regulation of
Infection, Reproduction, Transplantation, Autoimmunity, Cancer and Aids JULES ELIAS, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Mar. 21-23, 1996 in Stony Brook, NY
57 Protein Biochemistry and Immunobiotechnology
JACK G. CHIRIKJIAN, Georgetown University KAREN M. GRAF, Edvotek, Inc.
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in DeKalb, IL
58 Profiles of Emerging Viruses and Other Infectious Diseases: Their Clinical Spectra, Ecology and Prevention
LINDA L. WILLIFORD PIFER, University of Tennessee, Memphis, The Health Science Center
Mar. 7-9, 1996 in Austin, TX
59 The Evolution of Evolution
MICHAEL GREGORY and BERNARD GOLDSTEIN, San Francisco State University
May 30-Jun. 1, 1996 in San Francisco, CA
60 Creation, Evolution or Both? A Multiple Model Approach
CRAIG E. NELSON, Department of Biology, and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
May 22-24, 1996 in Dayton, OH
61 The Dinosaur Family Tree
J. MICHAEL PARRISH, Northern Illinois University
Apr. 11-13, 1996 in Manhattan, NY
62 The Paleobiology of the Dinosaurs
J. MICHAEL PARRISH, Northern Illinois University
Jun. 15-20, 1996 in Grand Junction, Colorado
63 Environmentalisms: Rethinking Wilderness and Nature
EVERETT MENDELSOHN, Harvard University
May 13-15, 1996 in Cambridge, MA
64 The Ecology of the Klamath Mountains Bioregion in Northern California and Southern Oregon: A Region of Ancient Forests
CLAUDE CURRAN, FRANK LANG and JOHN MAIRS, Southern Oregon State College
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Ashland, OR
65 Ecology of the Rockies
MICHAEL W. MONAHAN, University of Denver P. KELLY WILLIAMS, University of Dayton
Jul. 20-25, 1996 near Denver, CO
66 Creativity in Science and the Arts
RALPH DAVIS, San Francisco State University
Mar. 7-9, 1996 in San Francisco, CA
67 The Science and Art of Wine Making
HARVARD LYMAN, State Univ. of New York at Stony Brook
Jun. 3-5, 1996 in Stony Brook, NY
68 Health: Culture and Reform
ROBERT M. SWENSON and SCOTT BURRIS, Temple University
Mar. 21-23, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
69 The East European Revolutions and their Aftermath: From Communism to Democracy
VLADIMIR TISMANEANU, University of Maryland
Jun. 20-22, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
70 Strategic Intelligence
ARTHUR S. HULNICK, Boston University
Mar. 7-9, 1996 in Manhattan, NY
71 Demographic Methods for College Teachers
DUDLEY L. POSTON, JR., Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University
Apr. 10-12, 1996 in Dayton, OH
72 Remote Sensing for Environmental and Archaeological Studies
ELIZABETH L. AMBOS and DANIEL O. LARSON, California State University, Long Beach ERIC G. FROST, San Diego State University
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Long Beach, CA
73 Pictures By the Numbers: Digital Imagery
GIL YANOW, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Jun. 12-14, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
74 Going Digital - Electronic Retrofitting of Undergraduate Mathematics and Science Courses
DAVID and HELEN BROOKS, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jun. 13-15, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA
75 Multimedia Laboratory and Classroom Simulations: Instructional Tools for the Sciences
JOHN E. BLANK, Associate Dean for Instructional Computing, Cleveland State University
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Dayton, OH
76 Adaptive Computer Technology: Reducing Barriers to Science, Engineering and Math for Students with Disabilities
NORMAN COOMBS, Rochester Institute of Technology
Jun. 27-29, 1996 in Rochester, NY
77 Using Computer Networks
ROBERT L. STAFFORD, Temple University
Mar. 7-9, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA
78 A Guide to the Internet and the World Wide Web
WAYNE C. SUMMERS, Department of Computer Science, New Mexico Highlands University
May 8-10, 1996 in Dayton, OH
May 11-13, 1996 in Dayton, OH
79 Internet-Worked Client-Server Tools
JUDITH B. HARRIS, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Texas at Austin
Jun. 2-4, 1996 in Austin, TX
80 Introduction to Internet-Based Telecomputing
JUDITH B. HARRIS, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Texas at Austin
May 23-25, 1996 in Austin, TX
81 Offering Information Via The World Wide Web
JUDITH B. HARRIS, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Texas at Austin
Jun. 6-8, 1996 in Austin, TX
82 Inexpensive Interfacing of Undergraduate Laboratory Experiments
REX L. BERNEY, Department of Physics, University of Dayton
May 8-10, 1996 in Dayton, OH
83 Introduction to C++
JOSEPH E. LANG, Department of Computer Science, University of Dayton
May 8-10, 1996 in Dayton, OH