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IQS 2.0: A Modularized Integrated Math and Science Course
03 Jan 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Lester Caudill
University of Richmond
Part of the 2015 SMB Minisymposium: Topics in Biomathematics Education
Using Online Materials/Videos to Enrich Linear Algebra for Scientists
By Sarah Hews
2014 QUBES Minisymposium at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research
By Drew LaMar1, Carrie Diaz Eaton2, Jeremy M Wojdak3, DorothyBelle Poli4, Bob Sheehy3, Sam S Donovan5, Kristin Jenkins6, Tom Gower7
1. College of William and Mary 2. Unity College 3. Radford University 4. Roanoke College 5. University of Pittsburgh 6. BioQUEST 7. North Carolina State University
Collection of presentations that were part of a minisymposium at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research in 2014.
A New Hub for QUBES based on the HUBzero Platform
By Michael McLennan
Presentation on QUBES and Hubzero given at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research 2014, Claremont, CA
2015 Quantitative Biology Education Summit
By Kristin Jenkins1, Sam S Donovan2, Tanya Dewey3, Tom Gower4, Drew LaMar5
1. BioQUEST 2. University of Pittsburgh 3. Colorado State University and the Animal Diversity Web (animaldiversity.org) 4. North Carolina State University 5. College of William and Mary
Abstract for a meeting, 2015 Quantitative Biology Education Summit.
2015 BEER Minisymposium: QUBES: Online community and resources for quantitative biology education
By Carrie Diaz Eaton1, Drew LaMar2
1. Unity College 2. College of William and Mary
Presentations included in a minisymposium at the Eighth International Symposium on BEER, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Reaching Across Boundaries: Building Relationships, Sharing, & Learning Online
By Ruth Kermish-Allen
Maine Math and Science Alliance
Presentation given as part of a Minisymposium at BEER 2015.
Understanding the Quantitative and Computational Skills of Incoming Biology Students
By Charles Umbanhowar Jr.1, Jason M Belitsky2, Peter Brodfuehrer3, Gregory Davis3, Tabassum Haque2, Laura Le4, Cathy McFadden5, Paul Overvoorde6, Marion Preest7, Liz Stanhope8, Marcelo Vinces2, Andrew Zieffler4, Laura Ziegler9
1. St Olaf College 2. Oberlin College 3. Bryn Mawr College 4. University of Minnesota 5. Harvey Mudd 6. Macalester College 7. Claremont Colleges 8. Lewis and Clark College 9. Iowa State
2016 SIAM ED: Exploring Frameworks for the Teaching of Modeling
Presentations included in a Minisymposium at the 2016 SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education
Training In-Service Teachers to Think Deeply About Modeling in the Common Core Movement
By Talitha Washington
Presentation given at the 2106 SIAM Conference on Applied Mathematics Education on graph theory.
A BioGraphy of Life: How Graph Theory Makes Mathematics Recognizable, Relevant, and Research-Rich in Biology Education
By John R Jungck
Interdisciplinary Science Learning Center at the University of Delaware
The Effect of Instructor Communication on Student Perceptions of Mathematics in Biology
By Sam S Donovan1, Alison N Hale1, Hayley Orndorf1
University of Pittsburgh
Undergraduate research poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Pittsburgh in 2015.
Characterizing the Quantitative Biology Curricula from Institutions Across the United States
By Wendy Jo Levenson, Monika Norea Herbst1, Sam S Donovan1, Alison N Hale1
Pre-Health Students' Attitudes towards the Relative Importance of Biology and Statistics for their Preparation for Professional School
By Atteh Akoto1, Michelle Garber-Talamo1, Sam S Donovan1, Alison N Hale1
Using gross parasites to sneak even grosser equations into the introductory biology classroom
By Jeremy M Wojdak
This was an oral presentation at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists in Omaha, NE.
A collaborative approach to quantitative biology course reform: It's better than doing it all by yourself
This is the abstract of an oral presentation given at the Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA in 2015.
QUBES: Building a community to promote undergraduate quantitative biology education
02 Jan 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Alison N Hale1, Arietta Fleming-Davies2, Sam S Donovan1
1. University of Pittsburgh 2. QUBES; Radford University
This was a poster session at the 2015 Ecological Society of America meeting in Baltimore, MD.
QUBES: A vision of community collaboration in teaching and learning in quantitative biology
By Drew LaMar1, Carrie Diaz Eaton2
1. College of William and Mary 2. Unity College
Presentation about new projects QUBES is pursuing and how to get involved. Presented at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research 2014, Claremont, CA.
Two themes, one talk: Distributing quantitative faculty expertise to classrooms that need it in real-time & measuring professional contributions to undergraduate education
By Jeremy M Wojdak1, Sam S Donovan2, Tom Gower3, Kristin Jenkins4
1. Radford University 2. University of Pittsburgh 3. North Carolina State University 4. BioQUEST
Presentation given at the Seventh International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research 2014, Claremont, CA. Discussing quantitative biology education.
Panel: Implementing and distributing learning resources in quantitative biology education
By DorothyBelle Poli1, Bob Sheehy2
1. Roanoke College 2. Radford University
A panel portion of the session focusing on how individuals would implement the QUBES Hub during their own professional development.