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Symposium BI1 : Today’s Teaching and Learning in Materials Science—Challenges and Advances

2016-11-28   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

J. Thomas Dickinson, Washington State University
Maria Perez Barthaburu, Universidad de la Republica
Miriam Rafailovich, SUNY-Stony Brook

Symposium Support

The National Science Foundation
BI1.1: Curriculum and Course Development—Active Learning and Student Engagement
Session Chairs
Janet Rankin
Monday AM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

8:30 AM - *BI1.1.01
National Science Foundation Programs for Revolutionizing Engineering Departments

Elliot Douglas 1

1 Division of Engineering Education and Centers, Directorate for Engineering National Science Foundation Arlington United States

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9:00 AM - BI1.1.02
Teaching Outside the Classroom—Field Trips in Crystallography Education for Chemistry Students

Brian Malbrecht 1 , Michael Campbell 1 , Shao-Liang Zheng 1

1 Harvard Cambridge United States

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9:15 AM - BI1.1.03
General Chemistry for Engineers in the 21st Century—A Materials Science Approach

Scott Sinex 1 , Joshua Halpern 2 , Scott Johnson 1

1 Prince George's Community College Largo United States, 2 Howard University Washington United States

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9:30 AM - BI1.1.04
A Model for Materials Science in the Physics and Chemistry Curricula at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution

Colin Inglefield 1 , Brandon Burnett 1 , Kristin Rabosky 1

1 Weber State University Ogden United States

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9:45 AM - BI1.1.05
Data-Enabled Discovery and Design of Energy Materials (D3EM)—Structure of an Interdisciplinary Materials Design Graduate Program

Chi-Ning Chang 1 , Marta Pardo 1 , Brandie Semma 1 , Debra Fowler 1 , Raymundo Arroyave 1 , Patrick Shamberger 1

1 Texas Aamp;M University College Station United States

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BI1.2: Research-Based Teaching Initiatives and Active Learning
Session Chairs
Tatsiana Mironava
Monday AM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

10:30 AM - *BI1.2.01
Research-Based Teaching Initiatives in Materials Science and Engineering at M.I.T.

Janet Rankin 1

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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11:00 AM - BI1.2.02
Experience with Various Student Grading Schemes in an Active-Learning, Skill-Focused, STEM Environment

Thomas Askew 1 , Arthur Cole 1 , S. McDowell 1 , Jan Tobochnik 1

1 Kalamazoo College Kalamazoo United States

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11:15 AM - BI1.2.03
Physical Physics—Getting Students Active in Learning Materials Science

Yvonne Kavanagh 1 , Noel O'Hara 1 , Ross Palmer 1 , Peter Lowe 1 , Damien Raftery 1

1 Institute of Technology Carlow Carlow Ireland

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11:30 AM - BI1.2.04
Driving Broad Adaptation of Open on Line Educational Resources

Joshua Halpern 1 , Delmar Larsen 2

1 Howard University Washington United States, 2 Department of Chemistry University of California, Davis Davis United States

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11:45 AM - BI1.2.05
The Linkage between Computer Sciences Education and Material Sciences-Related Majors in 2- and 4-year Postsecondary Institutions

Ahlam Lee 1

1 Xavier University Cincinnati United States

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BI1.3: Use of Computers—Data, Analysis and Simulations
Session Chairs
Steven Yalisove
Monday PM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

1:30 PM - BI1.3.01
Learning Programming in a Materials Simulation Context—Supports to Avoid Cognitive Overload

Michael Falk 1 , Alejandra Magana 2 , Mike Reese 1 , Anindya Roy 1 , Camilo Vieira 2

1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States, 2 Purdue University West Lafayette United States

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1:45 PM - BI1.3.02
A Soft Matter Data Analysis Instructional Module for Use in Error Analysis Course

Andres Rubiano 2 , Chelsey Simmons 2 1 4 , Nancy Ruzycki 3

2 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of Florida Gainesville United States, 1 Biomedical Engineering University of Florida Gainesville United States, 4 College of Medicine University of Florida Gainesville United States, 3 Materials Science and Engineering University of Florida Gainesville United States

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2:00 PM - BI1.3.03
Promoting Active Learning in STEM Courses—The Use of Computational Software Programs

J. Thomas Dickinson 1

1 Physics Washington State University Pullman United States

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2:15 PM - BI1.3.04
Reforming an Undergraduate Materials Science Curriculum with Computational Modules

Dallas Trinkle 1 , Rachael Mansbach 1 , Andrew Ferguson 1 , Kristopher Kilian 1 , Jessica Krogstad 1 , Cecilia Leal 1 , Andre Schleife 1 , Matthew West 1 , Geoffrey Herman 1

1 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana United States

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2:30 PM - BI1.3.05
Experience of Teaching Thermodynamics and Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics Courses at Ohio State

Ji-Cheng Zhao 1

1 Ohio State University Columbus United States

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2:45 PM - BI1.3.06
Leveraging the Power of Interactive Data Visualization and Customizable Active Learning Projects to Teach Materials Science and Engineering

Lauren Sapira 1 , Kathleen Kitto 2 , Anselm Spoerri 3 , Thomas Stoebe 4

1 McGraw-Hill Education New York United States, 2 Western Washington University Bellingham United States, 3 School of Communication and Information Rutgers University New Brunswick United States, 4 Materials Science and Engineering University of Washington Seattle United States

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BI1.4: Ethics, Diversity and Global
Session Chairs
Maria Perez Barthaburu
Monday PM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

3:30 PM - *BI1.4.01
Incorporation of Global Ethical Awareness in STEM Education

Brooke Ellison 1

1 School of Health Technology and Management Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States

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4:00 PM - *BI1.4.02
Diversity and Inclusion in Materials Education—Tapping into Collective Intelligence by Creating Mutual Respect in Team Based Teaching

Steven Yalisove 1

1 University of Michigan Ann Arbor United States

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4:30 PM - BI1.4.03
Strategies to Recruit and Retain Diverse Students in Physical Sciences and Mathematics

Chuhee Kwon 1 , Jen-Mei Chang 1 , Paul Buonora 1 , Lora Stevens 1

1 California State University, Long Beach Long Beach United States

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4:45 PM - BI1.4.04
The Role of Material Science in the Global STEM Classroom

George Zimmerman 1 , Isa Zimmerman 2 3 , Larisa Schelkin 3

1 Physics Boston University Boston United States, 2 IKZ Advisors, LLC Boston United States, 3 The Global STEM Education Center Shrewsbury United States

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BI1.5: Poster Session: Today's Teaching and Learning in Materials Science
Session Chairs
J. Thomas Dickinson
Maria Perez Barthaburu
Miriam Rafailovich
Monday PM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Hall B

8:00 PM - BI1.5.01
Applied Ethics and NanoEthics in Materials Science Curricula

Victor Castano 1 2

1 Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Santiago de Queretaro Mexico, 2 International Council for Materials Education Denton United States

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8:00 PM - BI1.5.02
From Expertise Discovery to the Creation of Transdisciplinary Networks for Regional Demands in Materials Science and Technology

David Fajardo-Ortiz 1 , Ken Oyama 1 , Miguel Lara 1 , Victor Castano 1 2

1 Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Santiago de Queretaro Mexico, 2 International Council of Materials Education Denton United States

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8:00 PM - BI1.5.03
An Undergraduate Education System—The Impetus, Process and Result

Deb Newberry 1

1 Nanoscience Technology Dakota County Technical College Rosemount United States

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8:00 PM - BI1.5.04
High-Impact Practices in Materials Science Education—Student Research Internships Leading to Pedagogical Innovation in STEM Laboratory Learning Activities

Lon Porter 1

1 Wabash College Crawfordsville United States

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8:00 PM - BI1.5.05
Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling of Diverse Learners’ Pathway to Material Sciences-Related Majors in 4-Year Postsecondary Institutions

Ahlam Lee 1

1 Xavier University Cincinnati United States

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8:00 PM - BI1.5.06
Training Teachers for Sustainability—Insights from Two Workshops on Water Quality in Greece

Vasiliki Kioupi 1 , Theodore Endreny 2 , Anna Endreny 3

1 Hellenic Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs Directorate for Secondary Education of Piraeus Piraeus Greece, 2 Environmental Resources Engineering College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York Syracuse United States, 3 Jamesville-Dewitt Middle School Syracuse United States

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2016-11-29   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

J. Thomas Dickinson, Washington State University
Maria Perez Barthaburu, Universidad de la Republica
Miriam Rafailovich, SUNY-Stony Brook

Symposium Support

The National Science Foundation
BI1.6: K-12—Outreach
Session Chairs
Miriam Rafailovich
Tuesday AM, November 29, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

8:30 AM - *BI1.6.01
Turning High School Students into MRS Authors and Presenters—The Magic of the Garcia Summer Scholars Program

Rebecca Isseroff 1 2 , Miriam Rafailovich 2

1 Lawrence High School Cedarhurst United States, 2 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States

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9:00 AM - BI1.6.02
Teaching Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) in the Pre-College Classroom as a Vehicle for NGSS Implementation

Nicole Granucci 2 1 , Carol Jenkins 2 1 3 , Bryn Pinkerton 3 , Melanie Bauer 2 , Christine Broadbridge 2 3 1 , Ashley Gard 2

2 Center for Research on Interface Structures and Phenomena Yale University and Southern Connecticut State University New Haven United States, 1 Physics Southern CT State University New Haven United States, 3 Office for STEM Innovation and Leadership Southern Connecticut State University New Haven United States

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9:15 AM - BI1.6.03
Advancing 9-12 Educator Knowledge through Collaborative Local Researcher Partnership Using a New Polymer Semiconductor Education Kit

Michael Walter 1 , Dawn Marin 1 , Jessie Enlow 1

1 University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlotte United States

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9:30 AM - BI1.6.04
Assessing the Value of the High School Research Experience—A Ten Year Study

Julia Budassi 1 , AnnMarie Scheidt 1 , Miriam Rafailovich 1

1 Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States

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9:45 AM - BI1.6.05
Active Learning and Team Work in Polymer Science—An Experimental Approach

Linxi Zhang 1 , Miriam Rafailovich 1

1 Materials Science and Engineering Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States

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BI1.7: Challenging Approaches to Instruction
Session Chairs
J. Thomas Dickinson
Tuesday AM, November 29, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

10:30 AM - *BI1.7.01
Integration of Recent Technological Advancements into Classical Engineering Courses to Improve Learning Experience

Tatsiana Mironava 1

1 Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States

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11:00 AM - BI1.7.02
Effective Teaching of Materials Science through the Creation of Sculptures

Albert Dato 1 , Sarah Gilbert 2

1 Department of Engineering Harvey Mudd College Claremont United States, 2 Art Field Group Pitzer College Claremont United States

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11:15 AM - BI1.7.03
The Materials Science of Chocolate—Analyzing the Educational Benefits of a Topical Approach

Jean Fan 1 , Jennifer Dailey 2

1 Harvard University Boston United States, 2 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States

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11:30 AM - BI1.7.04
From Stage to Classroom —The Transfer of Knowledge through the Festival "Science on Stage"

Tanja Tajmel 1 , Ingo Salzmann 2

1 Professional School of Education Humboldt University Berlin Berlin Germany, 2 Department of Physics Humboldt University Berlin Berlin Germany

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11:45 AM - BI1.7.05
Meaningful Projects as Part of a Mid-to-Large Enrollment Introductory Materials Science Class

Jerrold Floro 1 , Bernard Wittmaack 1

1 University of Virginia Charlottesville United States

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BI1.8: Integration—Use of Topical Approaches
Session Chairs
Rebecca Isseroff
Tuesday PM, November 29, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

1:30 PM - *BI1.8.01
Content Dense and Challenging—A Hybrid Approach to the Flipped Thermodynamics Classroom

Michael Thompson 1 , Kathryn Dimiduk 1

1 Cornell University Ithaca United States

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2:00 PM - BI1.8.02
Adaptive Instructional Technological Tools in Materials Science

Kannan Sivaprakasam 1

1 St. Cloud State University Saint Cloud United States

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2:15 PM - BI1.8.03
Presenting the Network for Broader Impacts and an Iterative Model for STEM Inclusion and Engagement

Oludurotimi Adetunji 1 , Susan Renoe 2

1 Brown University Providence United States, 2 University of Missouri Columbia United States

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2:30 PM - BI1.8.04
Developing Undergraduate Teaching Materials in Collaboration with Pre-University Students

Radu Sporea 1 , Philip Jackson 1 , Simon Lygo-Baker 1

1 University of Surrey Guildford United Kingdom

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2:45 PM - BI1.8.05
A Strategic Approach towards Education, Outreach, and Diversity Initiatives

Kristin Dreyer 1

1 Center for Nanoscale Science The Pennsylvania State University University Park United States

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BI1.9: Laboratory—Hands-On
Session Chairs
J. Thomas Dickinson
Michael Falk
Tuesday PM, November 29, 2016
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

3:30 PM - BI1.9.01
A Micro/Nano Engineering Laboratory Module on Superoleophobic Membranes for Oil-Water Separation

Hussain Alqahtani 1 2 , Michael Boutilier 2 , Rohit Karnik 2

1 Mechanical Engineering King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals Dhahran Saudi Arabia, 2 Mechanical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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3:45 PM - BI1.9.02
The Solar Hydrogen Activity Research Kit (SHArK)—Bringing Scientific Research into the Classroom

Lenore Kubie 1 , Bruce Parkinson 1

1 University of Wyoming Laramie United States

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4:00 PM - BI1.9.03
Gaining STEAM—Employing a Campus 3D Printing and Fabrication Center to Bridge Digital Design and Materials Science Education in the Liberal Arts

Lon Porter 1

1 Wabash College Crawfordsville United States

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4:15 PM - BI1.9.04
The Use of Web-Based Virtual X-Ray Diffraction Laboratory for Teaching Materials Science and Engineering

Yakov Cherner 1 , Maija Kuklja 2 , Michael Cima 3 , Charlie Setten 6 , Alexander Rusakov 4 , A. Sigov 5

1 ATeL - Advanced Tools for e-Learning Swampscott United States, 2 Materials Science and Engineering Department University of Maryland College Park United States, 3 Materials Science and Engineering Department Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States, 6 Center for Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States, 4 Yaroslavl State University Yaroslavl Russian Federation, 5 Moscow Technological University Moscow Russian Federation

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4:30 PM - BI1.9.05
Perovskite Materials for Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research

Brandon Burnett 1 , Colin Inglefield 1 , Kristin Rabosky 1

1 Weber State University Ogden United States

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