Jennifer Momsen

Department of Biological Sciences
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Office: Stevens 223
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Research Interests

Effective pedagogy for and challenges to undergraduate learning of complex biological systems; infusing introductory biology curriculum with quantitative biology; barriers and effective approaches to instructional change in undergraduate biology.

Recent Publications

Salter, RL, Williams, K, Forcino, FF, Dees, J, Momsen, JL. 2020. Evolution understanding in non-majors historical geology students. Journal of Geosciences Education. DOI: 10.1080/10899995.2020.1838851

Slominski, T, Christensen, W, Buncher, J, Momsen, JL. 2020. Using Framing as a Lens to Understand Context Effects on Expert Reasoning. CBE-Life Sciences Education 19(3): DOI: 10.1187/cbe.19-11-0230. Retrieved from

Anderson, S, Ong, W, Offerdahl, EG, Momsen, JL. 2020. Support for instructional scaffolding with 1H NMR spectroscopy principles in organic chemistry textbook problems. Chemistry Education and Research Practice: DOI: 10.1039/C9RP00252A.

Wilson, KJ, Long, TM, Momsen, JL, Bray Speth, E. 2020. Modeling in the classroom: Making relationships and systems visible. CBE-Life Sciences Education 19(1): DOI: 10.1187/cbe.19-11-0255.

Wiltbank, L, Williams, KR, Marciniak, L*, Momsen, JL. 2019. Contrasting cases: Students' experiences in an active learning biology classroom. CBE-Life Sciences Education 18(3): DOI:10.1187/cbe.19-01-0006.

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