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Offerdahl invited speaker for 2015 Gordon Research Conference

Offerdahl invited to speak about her work on assessment and visual literacy at the 2015 Gordon Research Practice for Chemistry Education Research and Practice.  For the full program, visit here.

Offerdahl and Montplaisir featured in "Best of 2014"

Offerdahl and Montplaisir's paper entitled, "Student-generated reading questions: Diagnosing student thinking with diverse formative assessments" was featured on Faculty Focus in a "Best of 2014" list celebrating scholarship of teaching and learning.  The original paper was published in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education.

Arneson awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Jessie Arneson, biochemistry graduate student, receives an NSF GRFP for her work on visualization.  Read more here!

Anderson and Calascione present at ND State EPSCoR Conference

Shannon Anderson and Andrew Calascione presented their posters at the ND EPSCoR 2015 State Conference on April 22nd.  Ms. Anderson presented her work entitled, "Taking a shortcut: Examining students' analytic reasoning with associative heuristics in solving NMR problems", which is the third phase of her doctoral research.  Mr. Calascione presented pilot data for his dissertation research that applies social network analysis to understand the role of undergraduate learning assistants in facilitating out-of-class learning opportunities.  His poster, entitled "Beyond the classroom: An exploration of the influence of learning assistants in formation of study groups in an upper-division biochemistry course" was his first conference presentation with ICEBERG.

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