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  1. Data on Dead Zones and a Scientist Spotlight Featuring Benjamin Negrete, Jr.

    Data on Dead Zones and a Scientist Spotlight Featuring Benjamin Negrete, Jr.

    2021-07-28 01:30:20 | Contributor(s): Suann Yang, Benjamin Negrete, Jr. | doi:10.25334/7BCE-ED43

    In this lesson, students plot data and interpret graphs of the metabolic responses of fish to hypoxic conditions. Then, students view and reflect on an interview with fish ecophysiologist Benjamin Negrete, Jr., who collected the data that they graph.

  2. Analysis of QB@CC FMN in the implementation of OER Modules

    Analysis of QB@CC FMN in the implementation of OER Modules

    2021-07-27 13:50:39 | Contributor(s): John Howard Starnes, Sondra Marie LoRe, Vedham Karpakakunjaram, Joseph Esquibel, Deborah Rook, Kristin Jenkins | doi:10.25334/2H1R-ZS97

    Poster about the use of QB@CC modules in a faculty mentoring network. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  3. Lizard cold tolerance and extreme weather events: a scientist spotlight featuring Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton

    Lizard cold tolerance and extreme weather events: a scientist spotlight featuring Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton

    2021-07-27 01:11:53 | Contributor(s): Jennifer Apple | doi:10.25334/JP8C-JP93

    Students interpret experimental and observational data about patterns in cold tolerance in the green anole. They reflect on the experience and identity of the lead researcher based on a video presentation about the study and interview with the author.

  4. Using Nanoparticles to Treat Cancer Scientist Spotlight

    Using Nanoparticles to Treat Cancer Scientist Spotlight

    2021-07-27 00:24:12 | Contributor(s): Jennifer Wade, Hyeyoun Chang | doi:10.25334/MY74-KA76

    Students use published scientific data to determine which types of nanoparticles would be best to use to deliver cytotoxic drugs directly to cancer cells. Then they learn about the scientist who generated the data.

  5. CourseSource 2.0: Finding high quality field-tested OERs, publishing evidence-based teaching activities, and promoting community collaborations.

    CourseSource 2.0: Finding high quality field-tested OERs, publishing evidence-based teaching activities, and promoting community collaborations.

    2021-07-26 21:34:20 | Contributor(s): Erin Vinson | doi:10.25334/AEYX-5228

    Workshop materials related to the CourseSource platform. Presented at the the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  6. HITS: A network to create inquiry-based case studies that make high-throughput approaches and discovery accessible

    HITS: A network to create inquiry-based case studies that make high-throughput approaches and discovery accessible

    2021-07-26 00:25:29 | Contributor(s): Carlos Christopher Goller, Sabrina Robertson | doi:10.25334/CPP8-PC40

    Poster on the work of the NSF-funded High-throughput Discovery Science & Inquiry-based Case Studies for Today’s Students (HITS) Research Coordination Network. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  7. Integrating Social Justice into your STEM Classroom: Redlining & Environmental Science
  8. QB@CC Community Standards for Events

    QB@CC Community Standards for Events

    2021-07-23 19:12:28 | Contributor(s): Vedham Karpakakunjaram | doi:10.25334/47JF-XW35

    Community standards and expectations for in-person and online events hosted by QB@CC

  9. Digital Herbarium Lab with RStudio: Are shifting abundances of native species detectable over time?

    Digital Herbarium Lab with RStudio: Are shifting abundances of native species detectable over time?

    2021-07-23 18:00:37 | Contributor(s): Rebecca Penny Humphrey | doi:10.25334/KRSB-FQ70

    This 2- to 3-hour lab activity introduces sophomore-level students to digitized herbarium collections, R-coding, and potential reasons for shifting abundances in native and non-native plant species over time.

  10. Mol* Adaptation: Case of Severe Insulin Resistance

    Mol* Adaptation: Case of Severe Insulin Resistance

    2021-07-23 17:54:33 | Contributor(s): Keith A. Johnson | doi:10.25334/FW9S-2G51

    This is an adaptation using Mol* on the original case written. This case focuses on understanding how a mutation in a cell signalling protein (a kinase) can prevent insulin function and lead to diabetes.

  11. Creating ownership through creative writing: Advice columns as term papers in an upper-level Animal Behavior course

    Creating ownership through creative writing: Advice columns as term papers in an upper-level Animal Behavior course

    2021-07-22 19:01:02 | Contributor(s): Jennifer Kovacs | doi:10.25334/5QEV-WK44

    Poster on taking a creative writing approach to traditional term papers. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  12. Factor Structure Assessment of the Students Support Needs Scale-Augmented for African-American STEM Students

    Factor Structure Assessment of the Students Support Needs Scale-Augmented for African-American STEM Students

    2021-07-22 18:52:38 | Contributor(s): Qingxia Li, Thomas Gross, Patricia Abbie McCarroll, Catherine Hines | doi:10.25334/1KJM-2Q46

    Poster on the impact of a performance pyramid-based peer-led learning community on course knowledge at a Historically Black University. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  13. Students Authoring Molecular Case Studies

    Students Authoring Molecular Case Studies

    2021-07-22 18:13:37 | Contributor(s): Elizabeth Pollock, Kasandra Riley (She/Her), Didem Vardar-Ulu, Shuchismita Dutta | doi:10.25334/M0P7-DQ22

    Poster on using case studies to help students develop their skills in reading primary literature and identifying authentic scientific problems by authoring their own case studies. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  14. Learning about Protein Structure and Function with Molecular CaseNet

    Learning about Protein Structure and Function with Molecular CaseNet

    2021-07-22 18:02:32 | Contributor(s): Laurel Lorenz, Keith A. Johnson, Anya Goodman, Shuchismita Dutta | doi:10.25334/HWN6-4F11

    Poster on the case studies available through Molecular CaseNet that focus on protein structure and function. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  15. Consumable Science – Teaching Students to Translate Science for the General Public

    Consumable Science – Teaching Students to Translate Science for the General Public

    2021-07-22 16:36:26 | Contributor(s): Sue Cooke | doi:10.25334/C5JP-5306

    Poster about assignments with an emphasis on non-technical writing for a general audience. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  16. Examining Medical and Scientific Racism Using the Story of Henrietta Lacks

    Examining Medical and Scientific Racism Using the Story of Henrietta Lacks

    2021-07-22 15:10:28 | Contributor(s): Melissa Haswell | doi:10.25334/QBEH-8376

    This is a semester-long project in which students read and discuss the story of Henrietta Lacks from multiple ethical perspectives. This project was developed for an undergraduate science ethics course but could be adapted to other biology courses.

  17. Exploring Health Inequities and Redlining

    Exploring Health Inequities and Redlining

    2021-07-20 14:00:07 | Contributor(s): Mary Mulcahy | doi:10.25334/B5PX-3M96

    For this assignment, students will investigate relationships between historic redlining data and modern statistics of human health.

  18. Genome Hunters: A Quantitative Biology Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE)

    Genome Hunters: A Quantitative Biology Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE)

    2021-07-19 20:11:11 | Contributor(s): Robert E Furrow, Joel Rodríguez-Medina, Alex Nord, Mark Goldman | doi:10.25334/H8HM-SQ18

    Poster outlining the process of designing, implementing, and assessing a new quantitative biology CURE course series. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  19. Best Practices and Recommendations for Designing Activities for Highlighting Diverse Scientists Through Quantitative Skill Development

    Best Practices and Recommendations for Designing Activities for Highlighting Diverse Scientists Through Quantitative Skill Development

    2021-07-16 20:00:12 | Contributor(s): Kristen Butela, Sheela Vemu, Pratima Jindal | doi:10.25334/JBTN-7A24

    Poster on best practices to guide the design of quantitative skill-based learning activities that help create an inclusive environment. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

  20. LearnR Apps

    LearnR Apps

    2021-07-16 01:26:17 | Contributor(s): Derek Edward Sollberger | doi:10.25334/3DM5-RF34

    Presentation on using the LearnR software in teaching. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute