Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses
RiSE Center Colloquia and Seminars
Schedule subject to change without notice
All colloquia and seminars for the Center will be held in Rm. 165 Barrows Hall, the Arthur St. John Hill Auditorium in the Engineering Science and Research Building (ESRB) unless otherwise noted. Presentations will be held on Mondays and begin at 3 pm, with colloquium refreshments served at about 2:45 p.m. in the auditorium lobby unless otherwise noted (thesis defenses).
|Fall 2013 Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses|
|October 7||Natasha Speer, Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics and Maine RiSE Center, University of Maine, and Brian Frank, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Middle Tennessee State University.
Developing knowledge for teaching velocity and acceleration
“Correlations between teachers’ knowledge of students and energy and students’ performance on assessments”
| Kalee Gwarjanski (Gurschick)
“Paying attention to theory in science classroom argumentation” – (NOTE the different venue)
|Spring 2014 Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses|