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Spring 2018 Speaker Series

The University of Delaware's Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories speaker series for spring 2018 semester is set to begin on Monday, February 12th with International Darwin Day. This free lunchtime series, titled "New Connections: Creating Interdisciplinary Knowledge through Community Engagement" features diverse topics involving UD faculty, staff and experts throughout the tri-state area. The series is sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. The sessions will be held each Monday through May 7th, from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Room 215 of the Patrick T. Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory (ISE Lab). Each session highlights projects presented in a TED-style talk ending with a discussion session.

The series is free and open to the public, but registration is required; to register or for more information, contact the ISLL staff at isll-info@udel.edu. The first 30 attendees to register will be provided sandwiches and beverages.

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"Tripping the Light Ekphrastic""Tripping the Light Ekphrastic"​Tripping-Light-Ekphrastic<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/DavidTeague.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>David Teague is Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Delaware Associate in Arts Program in Wilmington.  He is also a seminar leader in the Delaware Teacher's Institute, an instructor in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program, and a UD Faculty Fellow for Community Engagement.<br></p><p>Teague is the author of three books of literary criticism and six books for children, including: <em>Franklin's Big Dreams, The Red Hat</em>, <em>Saving Lucas Biggs</em>, <em>Connect the Stars, Henry Cicada's Extraordinary Elktonium Escapade</em>, and <em>How Oscar Indigo Broke the Universe and Put It Back Together Again</em><em>.</em>   </p>2018-02-19T05:00:00Z<p>​​​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.​<br></p>
"The Life Autonomous- Developments and Applications of Robotic Platforms for Mapping Coastal Ecosystems”"The Life Autonomous- Developments and Applications of Robotic Platforms for Mapping Coastal Ecosystems”Life-Autonomous-Developments-Applications<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/ArtTrembanis.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Dr. Art Trembanis is an Associate Professor at the University of Delaware, director of the CSHEL Lab, co-founder of the Robotics Discovery Laboratory, and founding director of the UD Maker Gym and IDEA Network. Art received his undergraduate degree from Duke University, was a Fulbright fellow in Australia, received his Ph.D. from the College of William and Mary (2004). He also worked previously in the oil and gas sector (Anadarko) and AUV industry (Sias Patterson Inc) as a geophysical scientist and software engineer.  He has organized and lead ocean exploration projects throughout the world discovering ancient and modern shipwrecks and investigating the impacts of hurricanes and nor’easter storms on coastlines.<br></p>2018-02-19T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
Interactive Architecture is the New Organic ArchitectureInteractive Architecture is the New Organic ArchitectureInteractive-Architecture-New-Architecture<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/Gary.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Jia-Rey(Gary) Chang, born in Taiwan. After completing his M.Arch degree in Architecture and Urban Design Department, UCLA, he worked as a research assistant in Architecture Department, TamKang University, focusing on interactive/parametric architecture. Meanwhile, he established the P&A LAB (Programming and Architecture LAB) lately integrated into archgary.com: <a href="http://www.archgary.com/">http://www.archgary.com</a>, to continue exploring the innovative relationship between the programming and space. <br></p><p>He finished his Ph.D. research under Hyperbody LAB, TU Delft with his dissertation titles as "HyperCell: A Bio-inspired Design Frameworks for Real-time Interactive Architectures," proposing the idea of self-intelligent building components by exploring into the fields of computation, embodiment, and biology in design. He is now an assistant professor in the IXD Lab, Department of Art&Design, University of Delaware focusing on Interaction Design in space. </p>2018-02-26T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
UD's Intercollegiate Dance Exchange: "The Embodiment of Sound through Movement and Visual Response"UD's Intercollegiate Dance Exchange: "The Embodiment of Sound through Movement and Visual Response"Intercollegiate-Dance-Exchange<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/Kimberly+Schroeder.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Kimberly Schroeder is the head of UD's Dance Minor program. She has been a part of the UD community since 2009 through her teaching, administration and creative work. Kimberly is a classically trained soprano and dancer and has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Symphony in C, St. Louis Symphony, Victoria Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Richmond Symphony, Charlotte Symphony and many others. She is founder and artistic director of Ignite: A Company of Dancing Artists. Her most recent creative work was seen in the 2018 University of Delaware Dance Minor Concert, DanceWorks, on Feb. 23-24 in Mitchell Hall.</p>2018-02-26T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"The Behavioral Consequences of Ocean Acidification""The Behavioral Consequences of Ocean Acidification"Behavioral-Consequences-Ocean-Acidification<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/DanielleDixson.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Danielle Dixson graduated from the University of Tampa with her BS in marine science and went on to receive a Ph.D. from James Cook University in Australia.  After obtaining her Ph.D., Danielle did a postdoc at Georgia Institute of Technology and in accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position at GT 2 years later.  Dixson joined UD in 2015.  Her work primarily focuses on the impact human-induced change has on the behavior of marine organisms such as habitat degradation, climate change, invasive species and pollution.  She also is interested in the interactions between organisms and each other as well as their respective environments. <br></p>2018-03-05T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"T cell immunotherapy for severe allergic diseases""T cell immunotherapy for severe allergic diseases"T-cell-immunotherapy-allergic-diseases<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/ZhengyuMa.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Zhengyu (Mark) Ma, MD, PhD</p><p>Mark received his Bachelor's degree in Laboratory Medicine and Master's in Biochemistry in China before coming to the University of Pennsylvania for his PhD in Immunology. He then did post-doctoral research at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and served as a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Penn. He joined Nemours/A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in 2012 as a Research Scientist and established the T Cell Immunology research lab. Mark's research interest is in T lymphocyte antigen recognition and T cell-based immunotherapy.<br></p>2018-03-05T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Bracing for Impact: Uncovering the mysteries of plant stability""Bracing for Impact: Uncovering the mysteries of plant stability"Bracing-Impact-Uncovering-mysteries<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/ErinSparks.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Erin Sparks joined the University of Delaware's Department of Plant and Soil Sciences in June 2017.  Erin has a long-standing fascination with the development and function of branched structures, and has worked on organisms spanning from bile ducts in mice to root systems in plants. Currently, her lab merges concepts from engineering and biology to understand the development and function of plant aerial roots.<br></p>2018-03-12T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Future Trends in Additive Manufacturing""Future Trends in Additive Manufacturing"Future-Trends-Additive-Manufacturing<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/MarkMirotznik.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Mark S. Mirotznik<strong> </strong>is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UD.  He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in Biomedical Engineering in 1992.  From 1992 to 2009, he was a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.  In addition to his academic positions he holds the position of Senior Research Engineer for the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Carderock Division. Professor Mirotznik’s research interests are on the use of additive manufacturing to design and fabricate fully functional electronic systems for use in custom applications such as RADAR, wireless communications and chemical/biological sensing.  <br></p>2018-03-12T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
“Robotics and AI for pediatric rehabilitation”“Robotics and AI for pediatric rehabilitation”Robotics-AI-pediatric-rehabilitation<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/HerbertTanner.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Bert Tanner received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 2001.  He was a postdoctoral researcher with the GRASP Lab at the University of Pennsylvania from 2001 to 2003, and subsequently became an assistant professor with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of New Mexico.  In 2008 he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Delaware, where he is currently an associate professor.  Since 2012 he is serving as a director of UD's graduate certificate program in cognitive science. </p><p>Tanner received NSF's Career award in 2005.  He is a member of the ASME, and a senior member of IEEE.  He has served in the editorial boards of the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine and the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering.  He is currently an associate editor for Automatica, and for Nonlinear Analysis Hybrid Systems, and a chief specialty editor for Frontiers in Robotics and AI: multi-robot systems.  He has also been serving in several conference editorial boards of both IEEE Control Systems and IEEE Robotics and Automation Societies.  <br></p>2018-03-19T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
“Drawn… but Not Quartered: Using Sketchbooks to Catalyze Community Engagement”“Drawn… but Not Quartered: Using Sketchbooks to Catalyze Community Engagement”Drawn-but-Not-Quartered<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/GregShel.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Greg Shelnutt received his BFA in Art from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC, and his MFA from the University of Georgia, in Athens.  This past July he moved to Newark to serve as Professor and chair of the Department of Art & Design at the University of Delaware.  He has served on the faculties of Clemson University, the UNC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, and the University of Mississippi.  He has also taught for the University of Georgia's Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy, and the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. </p>2018-03-19T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  </p>
"3D Reconstruction of George Washington""3D Reconstruction of George Washington"3D-Reconstruction-George-Washington<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/AnshumanRazdan.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Dr. Anshuman Razdan "AR" is the Associate Vice President for Research Development at University of Delaware (UD). Dr. Razdan assumed this role in Fall 2016 after serving a long tenure of twenty years at Arizona State University (ASU) as tenured Professor in the Fulton Schools of Engineering (now an Emeritus Professor). Dr. Razdan is a Computer Scientist with a distinguished record in interdisciplinary research in the areas of Geometric Design, Computer Graphics, Document Exploitation and Geospatial visualization and analysis. He has served as the Principal Investigator and a collaborator on several federal grants from agencies including NSF, NGA, USIAD, NIH and DHS. Dr. Razdan has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and PhD in Computer Science. Dr. Razdan is a well published author and has advised several PhD and Master's students. He also holds two patents in 3D Face Authentication and Document Exploitation.<br></p>2018-04-09T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Dressing in Colour: Analysis That Tells Stories""Dressing in Colour: Analysis That Tells Stories"Dressing-Colour-Analysis-Stories<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/Jocelyn.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Jocelyn Alcántara-García joined the University of Delaware in the fall of 2014 after working for about five years in interdisciplinary projects (predominantly in Mexico, where she was born, but also in the Czech Republic and Spain). All projects were conducted in close collaboration with conservators and scientists, and included the examination of historic inks, archaeological materials and seashells, polymers, research on conservation and restoration materials and methodologies, identification of binding media in pre-Columbian wall paintings and non-destructive examination of archival material.</p><p>Jocelyn studied Art Conservation for two years at the National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museography (ENCRyM) and received her B. S. in Chemistry and Ph. D. in Inorganic Chemistry from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Right after graduation, she started working as a Heritage Conservation Scientist at the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Mexico, to later train on contemporary art analysis at the National Museum of Contemporary Art Reina Sofia in Spain and conduct postdoctoral research at Johns Hopkins University.</p><p>Although her research is predominantly on dyes and writing materials, her research interests span beyond: from modern works of art (worked on Munch’s, Picasso’s and Tolousse-Lautrec’s samples), to the study of underwater archaeological remains (consulted for the Queen Anne’s Revenge project!).</p>2018-04-09T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Women of Consequence - Ambitious, Ancillary and Anonymous""Women of Consequence - Ambitious, Ancillary and Anonymous"Women-of-Consequence<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/LynnetteOverby.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Lynnette Young Overby, Ph.D. is Deputy Director of the University of Delaware (UD) Community Engagement Initiative and a Professor of Theatre and Dance.  Formerly she served as founding Faculty Director of the UD Office of Undergraduate Research & Experiential Learning.  She is the author, coauthor or co-editor of 40+ publications including twelve books and the 2016 Human Kinetics publication – <em>Public Scholarship in Dance. </em>Her honors include the 2004 Leadership Award from the National Dance Education Organization. Dr. Overby is a Board member of dance and the Child international. She is currently collaborating with literary historian P. Gabrielle Foreman and a host of artists and scholars on a series of long term "Performing African American History" arts-based research projects.<br></p>2018-04-16T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
“The Art of Learning: Integrating Performing Arts into Science Education.”“The Art of Learning: Integrating Performing Arts into Science Education.”Performing-Arts-Science-Education<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/Jame%20McCray.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Dr. Jamē McCray, is an interdisciplinary ecologist working at the intersections between ecology, human behavior and the performing arts. Her understanding of the need for creative approaches to environmental problem solving was solidified during her PhD. research on coastal lighting laws for sea turtle protection in Florida. As a dancer and choreographer, Jamē collaborates on ecological theater and dance projects as a way to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and societal action. Jamē has developed science education programs for a wide variety of audiences, from K-16  students to adults. She works as an environmental social scientist for Delaware Sea Grant and is an associate artist with the Dance Exchange and the Superhero Clubhouse.<br></p>2018-04-16T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Making Research Matter: Connecting Research, Policy, and Practice""Making Research Matter: Connecting Research, Policy, and Practice"Making-Research-Matter-Connecting-Research<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/LizFarleyRipple.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Dr. Elizabeth Farley-Ripple is an Associate Professor of Education and an affiliate of the Institute for Public Administration at the University of Delaware.  Her research expertise is in policy analysis and evidence-based decision-making, and she has worked on a range of educational and social policy issues, including research use in at all levels of the system, school and teachers’ use of data, and issues of equity in a variety of student outcomes. Currently, Dr. Farley-Ripple serves as the Director for the University of Delaware Partnership for Public Education and co-leads the Center for Research Use in Education.  </p>2018-04-23T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"The Modernization of the Amtrak/SEPTA Rail Station in Newark""The Modernization of the Amtrak/SEPTA Rail Station in Newark"Modernization-Amtrak-SEPTA<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/MarkTudor.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Mark Tudor is the Assistant Director for Project Development North at the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT).  His responsibilities include the management of multi-modal Capital Transportation Improvement Projects and Programs in New Castle County, from Concept Design into Final Design.   Current design and construction projects include the Newark Regional Transportation Center, the new US 301, I-95/SR141 Interchange, Elkton Road, improvements to the Claymont SEPTA Station, and  other various improvements throughout New Castle County.</p><p>Mark has been with DelDOT for the past 25 years, and has served in different capacities in various DelDOT Divisions.  He is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and lives in Middletown.</p>2018-04-23T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Race, Poverty, and Public Education in Delaware""Race, Poverty, and Public Education in Delaware"Race-Poverty-Public-Education<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/327002485-Daniel_Rich.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Dan Rich is University Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Community Engagement Initiative at the University of Delaware. As Director of the Community Engagement Initiative, Dr. Rich leads programs to enhance the community and civic engagement of faculty, staff and students, and strengthen community partnerships in key areas of education, health and sustainability. Dr. Rich has conducted extensive research on the policy challenges facing Delaware public education, and has served as Policy Director for the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission, Chair of the Delaware Early Childhood Council, a leader of the Vision Coalition for education reform, and a Commissioner to the Education Commission of the States.<br></p>2018-04-30T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.<br></p>
"Race, Poverty, and Public Education in Delaware""Race, Poverty, and Public Education in Delaware"Race-Poverty-Education-Delaware<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/FreemanWilliams.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Freeman Williams was the superintendent of the Christina school district. Dr. Williams also served as principal, executive director, assistant superintendent and interim superintendent. Dr. Williams served as acting superintendent and assistant superintendent for Appoquinimink school district. Dr. Williams worked for the Upward Bound program and the Jobs for Delaware Graduates program. Dr. Williams earned his bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Delaware. Dr. Williams serves as the president of the Board for Neighborhood House which provides counseling, early childhood education, and meal services. Dr. Williams is the vice president of the Newark Chapter of the NAACP. ​</p>2018-04-30T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>
"Fostering, Figuring, Fabrication and Fascination""Fostering, Figuring, Fabrication and Fascination"Fostering-Figuring-Fabrication-Fascination<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2018%20Spring/JohnJungck.jpg?RenditionID=28" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>John R. Jungck is Director of the <a href="https://www.isll.udel.edu/about-us/welcome-from-the-director" target="_blank">Dupont Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories</a> in the Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory at the University of Delaware. He is a tenured full Professor of <a href="http://www.bio.udel.edu/users/jungck" target="_blank">Biological Sciences</a> and holds joint appointments in the Department of <a href="http://www.mathsci.udel.edu/people/Pages/bio.aspx?i=56" target="_blank">Mathematical Sciences</a>, the Bioinformatics/ Computational Biology Program, and the <a href="http://www.denin.udel.edu/" target="_blank">Delaware Environmental Institute (DENIN)</a>. He is a national leader in biology education reform, a mathematical molecular evolutionary biologist, and a computer software developer of biological simulations, tools, and databases. His research interests are in mathematical and theoretical biology (bioinformatics, genetic codes, image analysis and simulation of patterns in nature, and evolutionary analysis of complex data sets), art and science, and interdisciplinary education. He is the former Editor of four different journals: Biology International; BioQUEST Library; Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching; and, the American Biology Teacher. He serves on the Editorial Boards of several journals including the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Evolutionary Bioinformatics, CBE Life Science Education, and the American Journal of Undergraduate Research. He is the immediate past Vice President of the International Union of Biological Sciences, immediate past President of the IUBS Commission on Biology Education, former Chairperson of the U. S. National Academy of Science’s National Committee of IUBS, former Chairperson of the Education Committee of the Society for Mathematical Biology, and former President of the Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE). His international commitments include long-term relations with NECTEC in Thailand, the Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Evolution and Ecology in New Zealand, and BIOMAT – a consortium of primarily South American mathematical biologists. He is the founder of the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium (<a href="http://bioquest.org/" target="_blank">http://bioquest.org</a>), and the Principal Investigator (PI) of several major funded initiatives: BEDROCK (Bioinformatics Education Dissemination: Reaching Out, Connecting, and Knitting-together), Cyberlearning at Community Colleges, the SELECTION Working Group of the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent), and of a subcontract for NUMB3R5 COUNT! (Numerical Undergraduate Mathematical Biology Education …) from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. His service on numerous boards include NIMBioS (National Institute for Mathematical Biology Synthesis Center), CIRTL (Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning), EBICS (Emerging Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems – MIT, Georgia Tech, and the University of Illinois), and the Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education. His awards/honors/offices include AAAS Fellow, Honorary Doctorate from the University of Minnesota, American Society for Cell Biology Bruce Alberts Award, American Institute of Biological Sciences Education Award, Honorary Life Membership in the Scoiety for Integrative and Comparative EDUCOM Educational software and curriculum awards, Sigma Xi Scientific Honor Society, Phi Beta Kappa, and a Fulbright Scholar in Thailand.</p>2018-05-07T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.  <br></p>

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