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CIRTL at Cornell

Working Papers

Cornell University publishes a Classroom Research Working Paper Series featuring the scholarship on teaching and learning carried out by graduate student and postdoctoral participants in Center for Teaching Innovation and CIRTL at Cornell programs.

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Volume 1 (2011-2012)

Volume 2 (2012-2013)

Volume 3 (2013-2014)

Volume 4 (2014-2015)

Volume 5 (2015-2017)

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Volume 1 (2011-2012)

Editors: Kimberly Williams and Runjini Raman

Authors:

Kevin Carrico, Anthropology

Shoshanna Cole, Astronomy and Space Sciences

Jess Keiser, English Language and Literature

Emily Pollina, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Baidurja Ray, Mechanical Engineering

Jennifer Row, Comparative Literature

Lauren Schnabel, Comparative Biomedical Sciences

Note:

All working papers in Volume 1 have also been published (either in their entirety or as summaries) in:

Williams, K.M. (2014). Doing Research to Improve Teaching and Learning: A Guide for College and University Faculty. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

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Volume 2 (2012-2013)

Editors: Kimberly Williams and Runjini Raman

Authors:

Diana Garvin, Romance Studies

Adem Birson, Music

Inga Gruß, Anthropology

Luisa Rosas, Romance Studies

Jared Hale, Genetics, Genomics and Development

Carolyn Fisher, Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology

Joel Anderson, Medieval Studies

Adhaar Noor Desai, English Language and Literature

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Volume 3 (2013-2014)

Editors: Kimberly Williams and Runjini Raman

Authors:

Olufunmilayo (Fummi) O. Adebayo, Biomedical Engineering

Tara L. Baxter, Genetics, Genomics and Development

Emily J. Farrar, Biomedical Engineering

Andreea Mascan, Germanic Studies

M. Luke McDermott, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Stephanie Parker, Biomedical Engineering

Kristen A. Roosa, Molecular and Integrative Physiology

Michelle (Tianyi) Tong, Psychology

Xine Yao, English Language and Literature

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Volume 4 (2014-2015)

Editors: Kimberly Williams and Runjini Raman

Authors:

Steffen Blings, Government

Jae B. Cho, City and Regional Planning

John Foo, Biomedical Engineering

Molly Katz, English Language and Literature

Nicholas Mason, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Sarah Maxey, Government

Kaylin Myers, English Language and Literature

Joonsuk Park, Computer Science

Vera Rinaldi, Comparative Biomedical Sciences

Kristie Schlauraff, English Language and Literature

Lindsay Springer, Food Science and Technology

Meghnaa Tallapragada, Communication

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Volume 5 (2015-2017)

Editors: Kimberly Williams, Eugene P. Law, and Runjini Raman

Authors (listed by institution):

Cornell University:

David Bassen, Mary Centrella, Aaron Chiou, Ashley Earle, Katryn Evinson, Frances Fairbairn, Annetta Fotopoulos, Kathleen Hefferon, Jing-Mao Ho, Derek Holyoak, Reece Kearney, Yehudah Pardo, Kristin Pueschel, Shivem Shah, Catherine Smith, Katherine Thorsteinson, Allison Truhlar, Laura Tupper, Lucy Xiaolu Wang, M. Todd Walter, Kimberly Williams

Columbia University: Elizabeth Case

University of Rochester: Emily Hangen

Yale University: Larry Bowman, Kelly Culhane, Kaury Kucera, Samantha Lin, Ahrume Julie Park

Acknowledgements

We gratefully acknowledge past funding from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. DUE-1231286), the Teagle Foundation, the Menschel Foundation, Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation and Affiliates, and the Council of Graduate Schools Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning program, which has supported efforts of working paper editors and authors. Other support is acknowledged for individual manuscripts, where applicable.

Suggested citation format

For a volume:

Williams, K. & Raman, R. (Eds.). (2014.).Classroom Research Working Paper Series, Volume 3. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.  

For an individual paper:

Ray, B., & Bhaskaran, R. (2014). Integrating simulation into the engineering curriculum: a case study. In K. Williams & R. Raman (Eds.) Classroom Research Working Paper Series, Volume 1 (pp. 21-29). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.