Talks, Presentations, and Workshops
by Harold B. White

1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

Presentations by Hal White 1999
Date
Event
Topic
11-15 January
1999
Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education Various workshops related to active learning and Problem-Based Learning (with ITUE staff)
24 February SciEd J Club, Univ. of DE Novel Assessment for Active-Learning Classes
30 March Wiesner Symposium Workshop, University of Michigan Undergraduate Research and Problem-Based Learning - The Delaware Story (with Deborah Allen and Joan Bennett)
17 May ASBMB Meeting San Francisco  Transforming Undergraduate Education: Problem-Based Learning at the University of Delaware.
8 June Samford University
Birmingham, Alabama
Workshop on use of peer tutors in PBL
14-18 June  ITUE Summer Institute
University of Delaware
Various workshops related to active learning and Problem-Based Learning (with ITUE staff)
19-24 June Chemistry Education 
Gordon Conference, New London, CT
Discussion Session on Capstone Courses in Chemistry
10 July Dragonfly Soc. Americas
Paul Smiths College, NY
An unusual trap for catching dragonflies
19 July World Dragonfly Assn Mtg, Colgate University
Hamilton, NY
An unusual trap for catching dragonflies
30 August New Student Orientation, University of Delaware What Color is Egg White?
3 September Biochemistry J. Club, University of Delaware "Protein Disulfide Isomerase as a Regulator of Chloroplast Translational Activation"
12 October HHMI Undergraduate Program Directors Meeting,
Chevy Chase, MD
Problem-Based Learning at the University of Delaware
15 October POD Meeting
Lake Harmony, PA
Peer Group Facilitators: Helping Undergraduates Clear the Hurdles of Problem-Based Learning. (With Deborah Allen)
17 October POD Meeting
Lake Harmony, PA
Promoting Institution-Wide Reform of Undergraduate Education: Stirring up Faculty Development with a Faculty-Led Institute. (With George Watson and Deborah Allen)
22 October Project Kaleidoscope 10th Anniversary Celebration
Washington, DC
Capstone Courses in Chemistry Empasizing Communication Skills
5 November Sigma Xi Forum
Minneapolis, MN
Introduction to Problem-Based Learning in Undergraduate Sciences. (With Deborah Allen)

Presentations by Hal White in 2000

Date
Event
Topic
10-14 January
2000
Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education Getting Started with PBL (with Susan Groh)
Peer Tutors: A Multi-Layered Learning System (with Deborah Allen
27 March Sigma Xi Chapter Meeting
Texas A&M University College Station Texas
Introduction to Problem Based Learning 
(with Deborah Allen)
6 June American Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Meetings, Boston, MA Session Organizer and Chair for symposium on AInnovations in Biochemical Education@
12-16 June Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education Formation of Groups
Getting Started I (with Susan Groh)
Getting Started II  (with George Watson)
Peer Tutors: A Multi-Layered Learning System (with Deborah Allen)
21 June Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program "What color is egg white? an introduction to scientific inquiry@
23 June FAME Program AWhat color is egg white?@
28 June Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program AWhen to say no, and introduction to research ethics@
10 July 2000 National Institute for New Faculty Developers
Newark, DE
Introduction to Problem Based Learning 
28 August New Student Orientation, University of Delaware What Color is Egg White?
11 September Biochemistry Journal Club, University of Delaware "Ribozyme Evolution"
30 October  PBL Conference, Samford University, Birmingham, AL Managing Multiple PBL Groups (with D. Allen & L. Dion)
31 October PBL Conference, Samford University, Birmingham, AL Classic Articles as PBL Problems in Introductory Courses
31 October PBL Conference, Samford University, Birmingham, AL Stand & Deliver: Introducing Students to PBL

Presentations by Hal White in 2001

Date
Event
Topic
6-11 January 2001 Gordon Conference "Innovations in 
College Chemistry Teaching"
Informal presentation on capstone courses in Chemistry and Biochemistry
17-19 January Institute for Transforming 
Undergraduate Education
Various workshops related to active learning and Problem-Based Learning
Wrapping up a PBL problem: Concept Mapping
Integrating PBL into Capstone Experiences
7 February  Dept. of Biological Sciences Seminar "Classic Research Articles as PBL Problems in Undergraduate Education."
6 March Delaware Nature Society
Ashland, DE
Dragonflies of Delmarva
30 March - 
4 April
American Society for 
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meetings, Orlando, FL
Co-Organizer Symposium: Teaching New Graduate Students to Become TA’s
Symposium Organizer: Lecture Demonstrations in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Presentation: What Color is Egg White?: Biochemistry that Students can See
17 May College of Nursing Seminar "Classic Research Articles as PBL Problems in Undergraduate Education."
4-8 June  ITUE  Institute for French College Administrators (FORMASUP)
University of Delaware
Various workshops related to active learning and Problem-Based Learning (with ITUE staff)
18-22 June ITUE Summer Institute
University of Delaware
Various workshops related to active learning and Problem-Based Learning (with ITUE staff)
14 June
21 June
5 July
Undergraduate Research Summer Enrichment Program Laboratory Safety (with David Usher)
"What Color is Egg White? Introduction to Scientific Inquiry"
"When to say NO, Ethical Issues in Research"
20 July FAME Program "What Color is Egg White?"
21 - 23 August Departmental New Graduate Student Orientation "Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching Assistant" (with Susan Groh)
"Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)
27 August New Student Orientation
University of Delaware
"What Color is Egg White?"
14 September Biochemistry Journal Club, 
University of Delaware
"Keeping Time with Biological Clocks"
5-6 October 35th Mid-Atlantic Assoc. Liberal Arts Chemistry Teachers Conference
Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
Transforming Lecture Demonstrations into Problem-Based Learning Problems
9 October Joint meeting of ACS Student Affiliates and Beta Beta Beta Undergraduate Research Opportunities
(with David Usher)
12 October Teaching Assitant Training "Bloom's Taxonomy and Asking Questions"

Presentations by Hal White in 2002

Date
Event
Topic
3 April 2002 Div. of Science and Math Seminar
St. Marys College, St. Marys, MD
"Transforming Lecture Demonstrations into Problem Based Learning Problems"
6 June Undergraduate Research Summer Enrichment Program Laboratory Safety (with David Usher)
16-20 June PBL2002-A Pathway to Better Learning (Organized by ITUE Leaders)
Baltimore, Maryland
Preconference Workshop on PBL in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (with E. J. Wood)
"PBL:Experience it Yourself"(with Susan Groh, George Watson, and Valerie Hans)
"PBL: Getting Started" (with Susan Groh)
"Peer Facilitators in PBL Courses" (with Deborah Allen)
"Models for Problem-Based Learning in Small, Medium, and Large Classes" (with Susan Groh)
15 July General Education Institute
University of Delaware
"Concept Mapping: An Instructional Tool to Organize Content and Assess Student Learning"
18 July Undergraduate Research Summer Enrichment Program "When to say NO, Ethical Issues in Research" (with Lori Hamby)
27 - 29 August Departmental New Graduate Student Orientation "Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)
"Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)
14 September American Entomological Society
Insect Field Day, Stockton State College, NJ
"Field Identification of Dragonflies and Damselflies"
8 October PBL Visitation Days "Introduction and History of PBL at the University of Delaware"
10 October ACS Student Affiliate Program Undergraduate Research Opportunities
15 October Biology Department
Rensselaer University, Troy, NY
"Classic Research Articles as PBL Problems in Undergraduate Education"
17-20 October ITUE Program for PUCP visitors Various PBL workshops
20 October Honors Scholars Reception "What Color is Egg White?"
8 November Biochemistry Journal Club "Human Isotopic Fractionation of Iron"
14-15 November Undergraduate Research and Scholarship and the Mission of the Research University,
University of Maryland, College Park
workshop with Joan Bennett and Andrew Zydney
16-17 December 11th Annual Meeting of the Animal Science Education Consortium
Christiana Hilton, Delaware
Introduction to Problem-Based Learning
(with George Watson)

Presentations by Hal White in 2003


13-14 January  
Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
“Designing Assignments to Wrap-up PBL Problems”
“Problem-Based Learning: Getting Started”
“Models for PBL in Small, Medium, and Large Classes” (with Susan Groh

18 March
GEAR UP Presentation to students from University City High School 
“What color is Egg White?” (presented twice to different groups)
21 March
Wyncote Audubon Society
Schuylkill Valley Nature Center, Philadelphia, PA  

“Dragons and Damsels of the Delaware Valley”
22 April 
Guest Lecture, BISC-495 Evolution
“Molecular Evolution and the Molecular Clock.”
24 July 
Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program
Session on Ethics
26 July
Brandywine Creek State Park 
“Brandywine Dragons and Damsels”
26-28 August
Departmental New Graduate Student Orientation
"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)
"Challenges of the Classroom"
(with Susan Groh) 

"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)
26 October
Johns Hopkins Talented Youth Program  
“What color is Egg White?”
28 October
GEAR-UP presentation to Philadelphia inner city HS students  
“What color is Egg White?”
28 October
Ray Street Dormitory
evening program
“What color is Egg White?”
8 November  
Blue & Gold Saturday
“Chemistry and Biochemistry at UD”
10 November
IGERT
Session on Ethics
20 November 
GEAR-UP presentation to Philadelphia inner city HS students
“What color is Egg White?”
24 November
Friends of White Clay Creek State Park
“Dragons and Damsels of the White Clay Valley”

Presentations by Hal White in 2004

21-23 January 
Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Several workshops related to PBL
17 March
Center for Teaching Effectiveness 
“Working with Undergraduate Peers as Facilitators: Faculty-Student Teamwork”
31 March 
American Chemical Society Meeting, Anaheim, CA  
“Contemporary moral problems in chemistry: Impact of peer presentations on perceptions of science and society issues”
15 June
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Boston, MA 
“Getting Started with PBL”
9 & 23 June
Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program 
“What are you doing here this summer? Introduction to Research”
When would you say No? - Ethical Issues in Research
8 August
Delaware Nature Society 
“Sky Dragons and Beautiful Damsels”
11 August
HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium
Organized the symposium
24-26 August
Grad Student Orientation
"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong) "Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)
13 September
Biochemistry Journal Club 
“Spanish Flu Hemaglutinin Structure”
18 September
AES Insect Field Day, Stockton State College, Pomona, NJ
Dragonfly Field Trip
1 October
ITUE  
Organized panel on undergraduate perspectives of PBL
15 October
ITUE 
“Managing a PBL classroom”
10 November
Guest Lecture, UNIV-601
Introduction to Problem-based Learning
12 November
ITUE
“Bloom’s Taxonomy and Asking Questions that Make Students Think and Learn”
13 November
Blue and Gold Saturday
Presentation on the undergraduate programs in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
19 November
ITUE
“Active learning / concept mapping”
                                                                  
Presentations by Hal White in 2005

Date

Event

Topic

19-21 January

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

PBL Experience it Yourself-Deflating Grady.

Student Panel Presentation

17 March

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Valley Forge
Audubon Society,
Strafford, PA

“Dragons and Damsels of the Delaware Valley

2-6 April


American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Organized session

9-12 June

Dragonfly Society of the Americas, Northeast Regional Meeting, State College, PA

Organized the meeting

15-17 June

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

PBL Experience it Yourself-Deflating Grady.

Student Panel Presentation

18 June

American Entomological Society, Field Day, West Chester University, PA

“Field trip - Dragonflies”

22 June

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

Session on Ethics

10 August

HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organized the symposium

22 August

CTE-TA Conference

“Teaching Science Laboratory Sections: Tips from TAs for TAs”, Co organizer with Sue Groh and Seung Hong.

23-25 August

New Graduate Student Orientation

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching                     Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)           "Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)                 
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

7-8 October

Sixth Annual Conference for Case Study Teaching in Science, Buffalo, NY

Mini-plenary – “Classic Research Articles as Problems”

Workshop-“Concept Mapping to Bring Closure to Problems”

Workshop-“Preparing Peer Facilitators for Cooperative Learning Groups”


Presentations by Hal White in 2006

Date

Event

Topic

7 February

CHEM/PLS-667
RNA Structure and Function

Guest Lecture

 “Coenzymes as Fossils of the RNA World”

17 February

 

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

“PBL Experience it Yourself-Party School”.

3 March

ITUE

Organized and moderated Student Panel Presentation

21 April

ITUE

Evaluation of student learning; questioning for deeper understanding

28 April

ITUE

 Active Learning/Concept Mapping

6 April

Lilly East Conference, University of Delaware

"Problem-Based Learning: A Student-Centered Approach for Engagement" (with George Watson and Deborah Allen)

6 June

University of Delaware
General Education Institute

Panel Member on Capstone Courses.

7 June

HHMI Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“What are you doing here this summer? Introduction to Research”  (With David Usher)

20 June

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“When would you say NO!?  Ethical Issues in Research”

9 August

HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organized the symposium

21 August

CTE-TA Conference, UD
Plenary Lecture

“Stimulating Attitudes of Inquiry”

23-25 August

New Graduate Student Orientation

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)          
"Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)         
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

18 September

American Entomological Society, Field Day, Rutgers University Blueberry-Cranberry Research Station, NJ

“Field trip - Dragonflies”

6 October

Department of Biochemistry
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

“Lecturing about not Lecturing: Classic Research Articles as Problem-Based Learning Problems”

16-18 October

HHMI Program Directors and Professors Meeting, Chevy Chase, MD

Member of organizing Committee, Presented in and moderated session on, “Active Learning and Research Courses”

16 November

CHEM-642 Biochemistry
Guest Lecture

 “Discovery and Evolution of the Electron Transport System”


Presentations by Hal White in 2007

Date

Event

Topic

17-19 January

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

Three day PBL workshop. Responsible for leading several sessions.

28 April-

2 May

Experimental Biology Meetings, Washington, DC

Accompanied 15 UD Undergraduate Research Students to this national meeting. (with Dave Usher)

12-13 April

Lilly East Conference, University of Delaware

"Problem-Based Learning: A Student-Centered Approach for Engagement" (with George Watson and Deborah Allen)

14 April

Intercollegiate Student Chemists’ Conference, Salisbury University

Accompanied 7 UD Undergraduate Research Students to this regional meeting. (with John Burmeister and Svilen Bobev)

2-3 June

Middle Atlantic Discovery Chemistry Project Meeting, Washington College.

Attended conference devoted to Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL).

6 June

HHMI Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“What are you doing here this summer? Introduction to Research”  (With David Usher)

13-15 June

ITUE 10th anniversary Symposium

Participate in the Organization and Planning of the Symposium.

20 June

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“When would you say NO!?  Ethical Issues in Research”

8 August

HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organized the symposium.

23-25 August

New Graduate Student Orientation

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being Teaching  Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)          
"Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)  
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

6 October

American Entomological Society, Field Day, Myrick Center, Brandywine Valley Assn. PA

“Field trip - Dragonflies”

13 October

Undergraduate Poster Symposium, University of Maryland, Baltimore Co.

Accompanied 13 UD undergraduate research students to this event. With Carlton Cooper (Biology).

20 October

Blue and Gold Saturday, Pearson Hall

Freshman Recruiting presentation

18 October

CHEM-165, Freshman Seminar

Guest presentation on Ethics in Science

2-3 November

Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemistry Teachers Conf.  Elizabethtown College, PA

Attended the conference on Visualization in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

18 December

Career Day, at Redding Middle School, Middletown, DE.

Participant representing careers in chemistry and the physical sciences.


Presentations by Hal White in 2008

Date

Event

Topic

5-9 April

 

Experimental Biology Meetings, San Diego, CA

Accompanied 16 UD Undergraduate Research Students to this national meeting. (with Dave Usher)


17-18 April

Lilly East Conference, University of Delaware

"Problem-Based Learning: Learning by Design" (with George Watson and Deborah Allen)

19 April

Intercollegiate Student Chemists’ Conference, Elizabethtown College, PA

Accompanied 5 UD Undergraduate Research Students to this regional meeting. (with John Burmeister)


8-9 June

Middle Atlantic Discovery Chemistry Project Meeting, Moravian College, Allentown, PA

Attended conference devoted to Innovations in Chemistry Education.

6 June

HHMI Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“What are you doing here this summer? Introduction to Research”  (With David Usher)

13-15 June

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

 Three day PBL workshop. Responsible for leading several sessions.

25 June

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“When would you say NO!?  Ethical Issues in Research”


2 July

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

What is it like to be a scientist?  Career biographies from UD scientists. - Managing a career in science.


13 August

HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organized the symposium.


27-28 August

New Graduate Student Orientation

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching                                Assistant" (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)    "Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)   "Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

2 October

CHEM-165, Freshman Seminar

Guest presentation on Ethics in Science

10-11 October

Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemistry Teachers Conf.  St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s, MD

Attended the conference on Green Chemistry-Green Buildings  with two graduate students. <http://www.smcm.edu/chemistry/maalact/index.html>

20-22 October

HHMI Program Directors’ Meeting, Chevy Chase, MD

Attended Program Directors’ Meeting


Presentations by Hal White in 2009

Date

Event

Topic

20 February

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (ITUE)

<>Experience it yourself: Part 1; What is PBL? Concept mapping


6 March

ITUE

Experience it yourself part 2

 18-22 April

 

Experimental Biology Meetings, New Orleans, LA

Accompanied 14 UD Undergraduate Research Students to this national meeting. (with Dave Usher)


5 June

HHMI Regional Directors Meeting

Organized meeting for 11 institutions at UD.

17 June

HHMI Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

“What are you doing here this summer? Introduction to Research”  (With David Usher)

<http://www.udel.edu/chem/white/HHMI3/Summer09/S09enrichment.html>

1 July

Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program

What is it like to be a scientist in academia? <http://www.udel.edu/chem/white/HHMI3/Summer09/S09enrichment.html>

15-17 July

AAAS Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education, Washington, DC

Poster #35 Lectureless Introduction to Biochemistry: A Model for Transforming Undergraduate Biology Courses. Invited discussion leader for ”Student-centered learning (engaging students in discourse)” 

12 August

HHMI sponsored Undergraduate Research Symposium

Organized the symposium.


26-27 August

New Graduate Student Orientation

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a  Teaching Assistant " (with Susan Groh and Seung Hong)         
 "Challenges of the Classroom" (with Susan Groh)
"Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

20 October

CHEM-165, Freshman Seminar

Guest presentation on Ethics in Science

13-14 November

Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemistry Teachers Conf.  Washington College, Chestertown, MD

Attended the conference on Active learning in undergraduate Chemistry with four graduate students.


Presentations by Hal White in 2010
Presentations by Hal White in 2011

Date

Event

Topic

1/6/2011

University of Delaware Faculty Institute

Attended sessions on “Impactful Learning” and “e-Portfolios”

1/29/2011

<>ASBMB-NSF-RCN meeting,
Montclair University, NJ

Co-organized and conducted the meeting on “Promoting Concept Driven Teaching Strategies in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology”

4/1/2011

<>Molecular and Biomedical Sciences, University of Maine,
Orono, ME

“A Lecture About Not Lecturing: Classic Research Articles as Classroom Texts in Problem-Based Learning”

4/8-13/2011

<>Experimental Biology Meetings,
Washington, DC

Attended meetings with 16 UD undergraduates making poster presentations.

4/13/2011

Annual Meeting, Delaware Nature Society Hockessin, DE

Featured speaker: “Dragonflies of Delmarva”

4/27/2011

American Entomological Society Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

Presentation of the annual Calvert Award to a Delaware Valley area high school student.

5/1/2011

<>NUCLEUS Banquet,
Newark, DE

Closing remarks.

6/3/2011

Heron Point Retirement Community, Chestertown, MD

“Natural History of Dragonflies and Damselflies”

6/15-17/2011

<>Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education,
Newark, DE

Co-organizer with ITUE Leaders. Presented workshop on “Forming Groups”

6/26-7/1/2011

Gordon Research Conference on Chemical Education, Davidson College, NC

Workshop, “Active Learning Strategies in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology” Poster: “Awake and Working, 8:00 AM MWF: 19 Years of Total PBL in Majors Introductory Biochemistry

7/14-17/2011

Northeast Regional Meeting of the Dragonfly Society of the Americas, Dover, DE

Co-organizer of meeting. Talk: “Natural History of

Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Delmarva Peninsula

7/20-24/2011

ASBMB-Conference on Biochemical Education, University of Richmond, VA

Poster:Lectureless Introduction to Biochemistry

Classic Articles as PBL Problems: 19-Year Experience”

8/24-25/2011

New Graduate Student Orientation, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Roles and Responsibilities of Being a Teaching  Assistant" (with Seung Hong) and  "Challenges of the Classroom, Dealing with Density" (with Jim Wingrave)

9/15/2011

ASBMB-Undergraduate Affiliate Meeting, Newark, DE

“What Color is Egg White?”

10/4/11

CHEM-165 Freshman Seminar

Ethics in Science

10/26-29/2011

<>Barrows Award Lecture,
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
<>Symposium: “The Power of an Idea: How Howard Barrows change me without knowing
Biochemistry Department: "Why does My Cruorine Change Color? Strategies to Promote Active Learning in Biochemistry” plus presentations in two classes.

11/21/2011

<>Entomology Department Seminar,
University of Delaware

“Effects of Habitat Alterations on Delmarva Odonata Populations”

12/1/2011

Department of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware

Faculty Chalk Talk: "An Overview of the UD HHMI Undergraduate Science Program"


Presentations by Hal White in 2012

1.      Institute For Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.  6 January 2012, Workshop: Designing Assignments that Assess Learning Emphasizing Concept Mapping.

2.      Dragons and Damsels of Delmarva, DuPont Environmental Education Center, Wilmington, Delaware, 11 January 2012.

3.      ASBMB-RCN Meeting, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 3 March 2012, Organizer and Workshop co-coordinator: Identifying Core Concepts in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

4.      Delmarva Dragons and Damsels in Stories and Pictures, Delaware ACS Chem Vets, Wilmington, Delaware, 17 April 2012.

5.      Experimental Biology Meetings, San Diego, CA 21-25 April 2012. Introduced recipients of the ASBMB Award for Exemplary Contributions to Education. Escorted 18 UD undergraduate research students to the meeting.

6.      Iowa State University, Chemistry Department, Ames, Iowa, 26 April 2012, Lecture: A Lecture About Not Lecturing: Classic Research Articles as Classroom Texts in Problem-Based Learning.

7.      Dragons and Damsels of Delmarva, University of Delaware Library Associates, Newark, Delaware, 15 May 2012.

8.      22nd Biennial Conference on Chemical Education at Penn State University BCCE, Penn State University, 29 July – 2 August 2012, Workshop: Active Learning Strategies in Biochemistry,  (co-presented with Terry Platt (University of Rochester).

9.      Delmarva Dragonflies and Damselflies, Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely, Maryland, 9 June 2012.

10.  ASBMB-RCN Meeting, University of Michigan at Dearborn, 16 June 2012, Plenary Talk: Classic Research Articles as Classroom Texts for PBL in Undergraduate Biochemistry. Workshop: Identifying Core Concepts in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Transforming them into Performance Expectations for Students.

11.  New Graduate Student Orientation, University of Delaware, 22 August 2012, Co-presented: Roles, Responsibilities, and Characteristics of an Effective Lab Instructor.

12.  Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Greater Wilmington Area, DuPont Environmental Education Center, Wilmington, Delaware, 20 July 2012.

13.  Dragonflies and Damselflies of Delmarva, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, 15 September 2012.

14.  Biochemistry Journal Club, University of Delaware, 1 October 2012, Metabolic Proofreading: Extremely conserved ATP- or ADP-dependent enzymatic system for nicotinamide nucleotide repair.

15.  HHMI Program Directors Meeting, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 9 October 2012, Poster: Confronting 500 Years of Separation: Integrating Introductory Instruction in Biology and Chemistry.

16.  Purdue University, Chemistry Department, 31 October 2012, Lecture: Teaching without Lecturing Using problem Based Learning.

17.  ASBMB-RCN Meeting, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 3 November 2012, Co-Organizer and Workshop coordinator: Visualization and Assessment in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

18.  ASBMB-RCN Meeting, Marymount Manhattan College, New York, New York, 12 January 2013, Meeting and Workshop Coordinator: Visualization and Assessment: Validation of Assignments.

19.  Institute For Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.  23-25 January 2013, Co-organizer and Workshop Leader: Forming Groups and PBL Models.



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