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Publications and Press

Pinzone, C.A., N. Emery, S. Flaxman, N. Barger, V. McKenzie, A. Paulson, S.L.M. Stowell, C. Avena, A.P. Martin. Modes of Thinking: In the context of a controversial topic. In prep.

Hund, A., A. Churchill, A. Faist, C. Havrilla, H. McCreery, J. Ng, C. Pinzone, E. Scordato, S.L.M. Stowell. 2018. Transforming Mentorship in STEM by training scientists to be better leaders. Ecology and Evolution. 8:20 9962-9974. link

Oct 2018: Small Pond Science- Learning to be a better mentor and leader. Blog post about our paper on mentoring (Hund et al. 2018). https://bit.ly/2EE0GZA link

Stowell, S.M.L., C.A. Pinzone, and A.P. Martin. 2017. Overcoming barriers to active interventions for genetic diversity. Biodiversity and Conservation. 26:8 1753-1765. link

Feb 24, 2017: CU Independent- Benefits of a Flipped Classroom, Diverse Learners Awareness Week. Interviewed about advantages of a fully accessible, flipped classroom.  http://bit.ly/2mADhed link

Pinzone, C.A. and K.A. Dyer. 2013. Higher polyandry is associated with lower prevalence of sex-ratio drive in natural populations of Drosophila neotestacea. Proc Roy Soc B 280: 2013-1397. link

 

Presentations at local, regional and national meetings

2018, “Metacognitive activities integration in the classroom, from skills to content and expert thinking” Transforming Education, Stimulating Teaching and Learning Excellence (TRESTLE), National Meeting, University of Kansas

2018, “Training graduate student TA’s to be effective educators” with Nichole Barger and Jenny Knight, TRESTLE Shared innovation discussion group, CU Boulder

2018, “Metacognitive activities integration in the classroom from skills to content and expert thinking” TRESTLE Annual Meeting, CU Boulder

2017, “Modes of thinking: Getting students to think about their thinking, in the context of a controversial topic”, Discipline-Based Education Research Group (DBER), CU Boulder

2017, “Making a Flipped, Active-Learning Based Course Accessible”, Colorado Learning and Teaching with Technology (COLTT), CU Boulder

2017, “Teaching Evolution and Biology to a Diversity of Learners: Accessibility and Inclusion”, Evolution Society Meeting, Portland OR

2017, “Making a Flipped, Active-Learning Based Course Accessible”, Arts & Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) Teaching with Technology Symposium, CU Boulder

2017, “What can you easily do to make your teaching more inclusive and accessible?” Center for STEM Learning (CSL) Symposium, CU Boulder

2017, “Making a Flipped, Active-Learning Based Course More Accessible” Diverse Learners Awareness Week, CU Boulder

2016, “Flipping an introductory Biology Course ” TRESTLE Shared innovation discussion group. CU Boulder

 

Service Activities

2018. (Oct 31) Tech-or Treat? Teaching and Learning with Technology Workshop. EBIO Brown-bag CU Boulder.

Flip your Classroom Workshop.