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Colloquia, Seminars and Thesis Defenses - Spring 2010


Spring 2010 Colloquia Events

Date Event Place
Monday
Jan. 25 Tevian Dray & Corinne A Manogue
Oregon State University – “Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and the Physical Sciences
Hill Auditorium
Feb. 1 Eric Brewe, Assistant Professor, Science Education, Florida International University – “Establishing educational ecosystems, evidence from physics education reform effort” Hill Auditorium
MONDAY
Feb. 22
Welcome Reception and Poster Session
for Dr. Thomas Martin Wemyss, Dublin City University, Center Post-doc
114 Bennett Hall
WEDNESDAY
Feb. 24
Maggie (McMoarn) Hutchinson
Master of Science in Teaching candidate
“Student Understanding of the Connection Between
Algebra and Stoichiometry”
114 Bennett Hall
Feb. 27 -
March 14
SPRING BREAK
March 15 Erik Dasilva
Master of Science in Teaching candidate
Limits that Hinder Ninth Graders from Understanding the Effects of Geography and Wind on Climate
Hill Auditorium
March 22 Ralph Putnam, Senior Program Officer, Research
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation
“Content Needs of Beginning Science and Mathematics Teachers”
137 Bennett Hall
March 29 Casey Murphy
Master of Science in Teaching candidate
Epistemological Framing in Inquiry-Driven Tutorials
Hill Auditorium
April 5 Natasha Speer
Assistant Professor, Center Mathematics Faculty
Videocase Materials for Novice College Mathematics Instructor Professional  Development
Hill Auditorium
April 19 John Thompson
Associate Professor, Center Physics Faculty
Hill Auditorium
April 26 Katie Priest
Master of Science in Teaching candidate
Hill Auditorium
May 24 THESIS DEFENSE – Erik Dasilva
Master of Science in Teaching candidate
Hill Auditorium

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