Month: March 2014

Dean’s List Fall 2013

Fall 2013 4.00
Gaboury Jocelyn D* SO SPSY
Lehman William E* SR SPSY
Mauer Tessa K* SR SPSY
Shull Catherine E* JR SPSY

Fall 2013 3.99-3.50
Cherubini-Sutinen Alysa R SR SPSY
Deane Katrina E SR SPSY
Dumpprope Richard W JR SPSY
Dunham Charles L SR SPSY
Evans Zachary R SO SPSY
Grundmanis Larissa A SO SPSY
Harter Kayla R JR SPSY
Huff Rachael M SR SPSY
Jordon MacKenzie K JR SPSY
Kemppainen Marshall T JR SPSY
LaFave Chase C SR SPSY
Mayer Evan M SO SPSY
Santerre Cassaundra D JR SPSY
Schreifels David J JR SPSY
Shawbitz Kara N SO SPSY
Stoffel Rebecca R FR SPSY
Wetelainen Amanda L SR SPSY


Family Transportation Activity Night

TransportationA Family Transportation Activity Night was held recently at Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School near Gulfport, Miss.

Two CEE graduate students traveled with Joan Chadde, education/outreach program coordinator, Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, and presented an activity called “Packaging Bananas” that they helped to develop. The students were Irfan Rasul, graduate research assistant (advisor Pasi Lautala) and Adriano Rothschild, graduate teaching assistant (advisor Jeff Lidicker).

From Tech Today.

Joan Chadde Leads a Webinar

Coordinated by the Michigan Tech Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education in conjunction with the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Logistics, Trade and Transportation and the National Center for Freight Infrastructure Research & Education. VIEW THE WEBINARS AND OTHER LESSON MATERIALS


Bill Kennedy is a Distinguished Teaching Award Finalist

William KennedyThe William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning seeks input for its annual Distinguished Teaching Awards, which recognize outstanding contribution to the instructional mission of the University.

In the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, William Kennedy has been nominated within the Associate Professor/Professor category.

Comments on the nominees are due by Friday, April 4, and should be sent to the Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning.

Read more at Tech Today.


Visiting Scholar Presenting as Part of the VWMLS Series Monday

Priti Shah, professor of cognitive and educational psychology at the University of Michigan, will be visiting the cognitive and learning sciences department. She will give a presentation today, March 3, 2014, at 2 p.m., in Meese 109, entitled “Working memory and visual display comprehension.” The presentation is open to all.

This visit is being partially sponsored/funded by the Visiting Women and Minority Lecturer/Scholar Series (VWMLS), which is funded by the President’s Office and a grant to the Office of Institutional Equity from the State of Michigan’s King-Chavez-Parks Initiative.

From Tech Today.