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Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses - Fall 2010

Colloquia and Seminar Archives, Fall 2010

Fall 2010 Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses

Date Event Place
Monday
September 20 Jackson Laboratory Research Internship
information session
Hill Auditorium
October 4
Solomon Friedberg, Professor and Chairman of the Dept. of Mathematics, Boston College
Graduate Student Teacher Development using case studies
Hill Auditorium
October 18
Joseph Wagner, Dept. of Mathematics, Xavier University Do you see what I see? Issues of structure and transfer in mathematics education research 100 Neville Hall
(Note change in venue)
November 15 Paul Wlodkowski, Maine Maritime Academy & the University of Maine RiSE CenterIntroducing Engineering Design in a Ninth Grade Physical Sciences Classroom
102 Bennett Hall
(Note change in venue)
November 22
Thesis Defense, Elizabeth BurroughsThe Astrobiology Project: Effects on students’ science aspirations and achievement, and an analysis of self-handicapping behavior
Hill Auditorium
November 22
Thesis Defense – Casey MurphyAnswer-seeking and idea-constructing during collaborative active-learning activities in a physics laboratory
227 Neville Hall
(Note change in venue)
Wednesday, December 1 Thesis Defense – Erik DaSilvaProcedural skills – The missing link in ninth graders’ comprehension of geography’s influence
307 BGSB
(Note change in venue)
December 6
Duke Albanese
Hill Auditorium
December 15 Bill Zoellick (tentative) TBA


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