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  1. Into the Magic Shop

    05 Nov 2016 | Contributor(s): Michael Canning

    Book recommended by Linda.

  2. "Do You Know How Lucky You Are?" by Robert H. Frank

    14 Jun 2016

    This brief article (link below) by Cornell management and economics professor Robert H. Frank in the April 22, 2016 Chronical Review is about the role of chance and luck in our professional and personal lives. Frank writes about events that took place early in his academic career that put...

  3. Princeton University Report on Diversity

    10 Oct 2013 | Contributor(s): Princeton University Trustee Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity

  4. Princeton University Report on Diversity

    10 Oct 2013 | Contributor(s): Princeton University Trustee Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity

  5. The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE)

    26 Sep 2013 | Contributor(s): Monica Farmer Cox

    This website has PDF files of seminars presented by Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young.

  6. Use of case studies for practice in statistical test selection

    28 Feb 2013

    Multiple case studies covering a range of topics in biology are presented. Students then use an online decision tree to select the appropriate statistical test based on the information provided by the case study. Developed by Tiantian Qin, Purdue University, Dept. of...

  7. Survey of basic understanding of statistics, experimental design, and cellular components

    18 Oct 2012 | External Link | Contributor(s): Ed Bartlett

    This is an assessment of statistics, experimental design, and cellular components that has been used pre and post course for a cell biology class consisting mainly of biomedical and chemical engineers. Some of the statistics questions and the biology questions were developed by Ed Bartlett, and...

  8. Indiana Standards

    19 Jul 2012 | External Link | Contributor(s): Nicole Cook

    This links to the Indiana Department of Education's site for the state standards.https://learningconnection.doe.in.gov/Standards/About.aspx?art=11

  9. TodaysMeet

    28 Jun 2012 | External Link | Contributor(s): Nicole Cook

    TodaysMeet allows audience members to comment in real time during a presentation. It was very popular at the 2012 Research Goes to School workshop after the Bio I group used it in their presentation on Organizing and Planning a PBL unit.http://www.todaysmeet.com

  10. Where do trees come from?

    21 Jun 2012 | External Link | Contributor(s): Kathy Daniels

    This is a 4 minute video showing where the mass of a tree comes from. The interviewer asks people of various ages where the "stuff" that makes up a tree is derived. The video also describes an early experiment conducted to determine where the mass of a tree comes from. Short, entertaining and...

  11. Moving from petroleum to plants to energize our world

    13 Apr 2012 | External Link | Contributor(s): Ann Bessenbacher

    Can we imagine a future fueled by living plants rather than oil? The Center for direct Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Biofuels (C3Bio) was established in 2009 with a 5-year, $20 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. C3Bio researchers at Purdue University are...

  12. School Biomass to Energy PBL Website Links

    31 Aug 2011 | External Link | Contributor(s): Candice B Kissinger, Todd Millar, Dan J Sacre

    This website describes a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) unit centered on the idea of converting biomass to energy. It is intended for multiple age groups, including 8th grade science, high school environmental science, and high school earth science students. This site was created to fullfill the...

  13. GREENergy PBL Website Links

    31 Aug 2011 | External Link | Contributor(s): Kathy Daniels, Georgia L Everett, Melissa D. Keown

    This problem based unit has students devise a way to use reclaimed and degraded land in their community to create a green energy source in the form of biofuel. The unit has a preliminary time line of 3 weeks, but may take a little more time.The unit is designed for Advanced Placement...