I am excited to announce that after much hard work, my dissertation research is being published in JRST, Journal of Research in Science Teaching (impact factor: 3.052). The early view of the article, To what extent does current research and textbook content align? A methodology and case study, is available. Dr. Renee’ Schwartz and Dr. Sharon Gill, the co-authors, were on my dissertation committee, along with Dr. Brandy Ann-Skjold Pleasants. For more information on my dissertation research, click here and then click on “Textbook and Primary Literature Alignment.”
This spring semester, Hailey Cockerill, Madi Kraus, Jalpa Patel, and Shais Raza, undergraduates at Lyman Briggs College, presented at CREATE for STEM MiniConference, University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF), and Lyman Briggs Research Symposium! Read about their research here!
I am an Academic Specialist in the Center for Integrative Studies in General Science and Department of Integrative Biology at Michigan State University. In addition to this position, I teach during the summer at Kellogg Biological Station and part time at Baker College and Southern New Hampshire University. My positions primarily consist of teaching undergraduate biology and environmental science courses. Research spans undergraduate biology education and avian communication.
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Dr. Andrea Bierema