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#CiDER_REU2020 & #DBER_REU 2020

The CiDER REU Twitter Poster Symposium is a showcase of undergraduate summer research. Discipline-based education researchers, STEM Education researchers, STEM instructors, and other members of the public are encouraged to digitally attend and participate in the symposium.

How to participate

  • Follow our presenters on Twitter!
  • Follow our official hashtag #CiDER_REU2020
  • Tweet your questions to our presenters
  • Retweet your favorite parts of each poster presentation
  • Shout out to our presenters using their Twitter handles and our conference hashtag
  • Ask questions during and after the conference
  • Start conversations!

On Wednesday, July 29, our poster presenters will Tweet their posters and a link to a 3-minute video poster overview. Please respond with questions and comments!

Join us on Thursday, July 30 for LIVE Q&A!
Poster presenters will be Live! at 2 pm CDT (3 pm EDT/ 1 pm MDT/ 12 pm PDT/ 9 am HADT), answering questions in real time using Twitter.

#CiDER_REU2020 Poster Presenters

  • Melissa Anthony (@MeliMathlete): The Forgotten “Other” Code
  • Kylee Casner (@Renae_Casner): Student attitudes towards sex determination
  • Diana Castaneda (@DCastaneda808): Growing Connections in STEM: Geology
  • Harley Cragun (@CragunHarley): Thinking About Assessment
  • Samantha Hyme (@samantha_hyme): Evaluation of the impact of a multistep synthesis project
  • Catherine Julius (@catjulius): Characterizing Student Interactions During a Collaborative Activity
  • Amanda Lam (@Lamochem): Student perceptions of Creative Exercises in organic chemistry
  • Nicolette Maggiore (@nicolettemag_): Assessment of Green Chemistry Knowledge in the Organic Chemistry Classroom
  • Matt Parsons (@_parsonsm): College Students Perceptions of Community-Engaged Learning (CEL) Coursework
  • Maya Short (@mayakoshort): How do students make decisions about vaccinations?
  • Abigail Tarburton (@AbbiTarburton): General Chemistry Students' Representational Fluency and Conceptual Understanding of a Precipitation Reaction

Participation guidelines developed following Jessica DeWitt, #ASEH2018Tweets, and Beyond150More information at NiCHE. This REU program and symposium supported in part by NSF DUE #1560142. (This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.)

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