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CIRTL at Cornell

Conference Presentations

The graduate student and postdoctoral participants listed below have presented their scholarship in the following peer-reviewed conference venues external to Cornell University. These Teaching as Research projects were conducted while participating in programming of CIRTL at Cornell and the Center for Teaching Innovation. Some participants applied for and were awarded CIRTL at Cornell travel grants to support presenting their work.
 

2018

Lauren Griffin (poster, CIRTL travel grant recipient)
 
Stephen Kim (roundtable, CIRTL travel grant recipient)
 

2017

Allison Truhlar (poster, CIRTL travel grant recipient)
 

2016

Park, Joonsuk, & Williams, Kimberly (2016). The Effects of Peer- and Self-assessment on the Assessors. ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, Technical Symposium, 2016, Memphis, TN.  (Talk, CIRTL travel grant recipient)
 
DelNero, Peter; McGregor, Alexandra; et al. (2016). Cancer Researchers Collaborate with Patients and Survivors to Forge Campus-Community Partnerships in Biomedical Science and Engineering. St. Lawrence Section of the American Society for Engineering Education. Cornell University, Ithaca NY. April 9, 2016. (Talk)
 
Foo, John C.; et al. (2016). Student Adaptation to the Modular Use of the Flipped Classroom in an Introductory Biomedical Engineering Course. St. Lawrence Section of the American Society for Engineering Education. Cornell University, Ithaca NY. April 9, 2016. (Talk)
 
Tong, Michelle T. (2016). The goals and motivations of international students: implications for research mentorship practices. St. Lawrence Section of the American Society for Engineering Education. Cornell University, Ithaca NY. April 9, 2016. (Talk)
 

2015

Patel, Nirav S., & Stedman, Richard C. (2015). Renewable energy education: Does it impact students’ perception of climate change? Does STEM-based education alter students’ attitudes towards environment? Integrating Cognitive Science with Innovative Teaching in STEM Disciplines: Spatial Learning in STEM. Northwestern Center for Engineering Education Research, Evanston IL. September 19, 2015. (Poster, CIRTL travel grant recipient)