I am interested in two main areas:
1. Actin cytoskeleton in differentiated cell specialization, using Drosophila as a model organism.
2. Improving Undergraduate STEM education, through implementation of student-centered, evidence-based teaching and learning strategies and research orientation, both in classes and by participation in research projects.
Hi Kathryn, I am so sorry for the delay in responding to your request (about 4 years). I never actually usde the PULSE website or resources. I just never seemed to find time to make improvements to my teaching. I decided to retire in 2015 and I now work in another job sector, Medicare Insurance Products. I live in Springfield now and may be teaching part-time at Missouri State. I still follow some STEM efforts and I want to wish you all the best.
If you are an undergraduate life science educator, department chair, or administrator, we invite you to join PULSE and make your department a model of Vision and Change in undergraduate life science education!