Adam Schafer was recently awarded a Mentoring Excellence Award from the UW-Madison Postdoc Association for being a Rockstar mentor. Congrats, Adam!!
Adam, Cara, Kimberly, Niall, Peter, and Jason were recognized for being amazing at our department’s 2022 Award symposium. Congratulations, everyone!
You can access many great phenomena-centered high school chemistry resources at our ChemLEAP website. Check it out!
Kimberly, Cara and Niall’s investigation of how what is assessed relates to organic chemistry students’ explanations for a benzylic hydrobromination reaction was just published in J. Chem. Educ. You can read the paper here. Congratulations, …
Our study demonstrating the utility of a multi-part model of college STEM learning environments was just published in JRST! You can read it here.
Ryan, Vanessa, Leah, Nicole and Melanie recently published a paper on the importance of assessment emphasis in signaling to students “what counts”.
The Stowe group welcomes Megan Deshaye and Tom Kuborn to the team! Megan comes to us from Washington, where she did her B.S. and M.S. at Western Washington University. Tom joined us after completing an …
Our very own Kimberly Deglopper was recently awarded a Chemistry TA Award in recognition of her dedication to supporting student learning. Congrats, Kimberly!
Vanessa Ralph and Adam Schafer will soon be joining the Stowe group as Postdoctoral Research Associates. Vanessa recently earned her Ph.D. from the University of South Florida under the guidance of Scott Lewis and Adam …
The Stowe Group welcomes Cara Schwarz to the team! Cara is working on a cross-sectional study of general chemistry learning environments and sensemaking in organic chemistry.