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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education

RiSE Colloquium: Mindi Summers

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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE Center) Colloquia & Seminar Series Presents Mindi Summers, Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Calgary Monday, April 11, 3:00–4:00 p.m. Zoom only (link and password available by email) Engaging students as scientists: Designing community-based research and experiential learning in biology Abstract: In this session, I will […]

RiSE MST Student Reunion and Impact Discussion

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As part of our RiSE Center 20th anniversary celebrations, we are inviting all of our Master of Science in Teaching (MST) students and graduates to participate in this reunion and discussion event. Please join us and share the impact of your MST experience. Faculty, staff, past students, and interested colleagues are also welcome to attend. […]

Thesis Defense: Gabrielle Brodek

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Gabrielle Brodek, a candidate for Master of Science in Teaching (Research in STEM Education), will be defending her thesis titled, “Youth’s Expressions of Personal Significance in an Informal Learning Setting that Bridged STEM and Experiential Learning.” Zoom meeting: for the Zoom link and password, please contact Gabrielle at gabrielle.brodek@maine.edu. Abstract When youth relate to environmental […]

Dissertation Defense: Anica Miller-Rushing

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Anica Miller-Rushing, a candidate for Doctor of Philosophy in STEM Education, will be defending her dissertation titled, “Agency of In-Service Elementary Science Teachers During a Global Pandemic.” Zoom meeting: for the Zoom link and password, please contact Anica at anica.miller.rushing@maine.edu. Abstract In-service teachers of science work with unique content and pedagogical experiences. Understanding teacher agency in […]

Thesis Defense: Paul Wilson

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Paul Wilson, a candidate for Master of Science in Teaching, will be defending his thesis titled, “Teacher Growth in Knowledge of Conservation of Energy and in Self-Efficacy.” Zoom meeting: for the Zoom link and password, please contact Paul at paul.h.wilson@maine.edu. Abstract This study examines a conversation between a group of three in-service teachers during a […]

Thesis Defense: Brianna DeGone

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Brianna DeGone, a candidate for Master of Science in Teaching, will be defending her thesis titled, “The Impact of Project-Based Learning on Students in High School Chemistry in Rural Maine.” […]

RiSE Colloquium: Virginia Flood

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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE Center) Colloquium Series Presents Virginia Flood, University at Buffalo – SUNY Monday, April 5, 3-4 p.m. via Zoom (link available by email) […]

RiSE Colloquium: Will Hall

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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE Center) Colloquium Series Presents Will Hall, Washington State University on Monday, March 1, 3-4 p.m. via Zoom Same, but Different: A Qualitative […]

RiSE Colloquium: Nuri Emanetoglu

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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE Center) Colloquium Series Presents Nuri Emanetoglu, University of Maine Monday, February 1, 3-4 p.m. via Zoom Abstract: ECE 342 Electronics I is […]

RiSE Colloquium: Shandy Hauk

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Maine Center for Research in STEM Education (RiSE Center) Colloquia & Seminar Series Presents Shandy Hauk, PhD, San Francisco State University Monday, December 7, 3-4 p.m. via Zoom Collegiate Mathematics Education […]

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