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  1. Fat Dogs and Coughing Horses: K–12 Programming for Veterinary Workforce Development

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    Sandra F. San Miguel, Loran Carleton Parker, Omolola A. Adedokun, Wilella D. Burgess, Kauline S. Cipriani Davis, Thaddaeus D. Blossom, Jessica L. Schneider, Ann M. Mennonno, Joseph D. Ruhl, Jennifer H. Veatch, Amy J. Wackerly, Soo Yeon Shin, Timothy L. Ratliff, (2013), "Fat Dogs and Coughing Horses: K–12 Programming for Veterinary Workforce Development", Journal of veterinary medical education, 40, 4: pg: 419-425, (DOI: 10.3138/jvme.0313-053R)

  2. Five Year Evaluation of an NSF-Funded STEM Teacher Professional Development Model

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    Weiling Li, Loran Carleton Parker, Lisa Paulette Kirkham, (2016), "Five Year Evaluation of an NSF-Funded STEM Teacher Professional Development Model", : American Evaluation Association, Atlanta, GA, October, (DOI: )

  3. Impact of a chapter book and collectible cards describing the lives of seven veterinarians on third-grade students' career aspirations and expectations

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    Sandra F. SanMiguel, Henry Green III, Kauline Cipriani, Loran Carleton Parker, Lola Adedokun, (2016), "Impact of a chapter book and collectible cards describing the lives of seven veterinarians on third-grade students' career aspirations and expectations", Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 249, 5: pg: 501-506, September, (DOI: 10.2460/javma.249.5.501)

  4. Instructors and learning spaces: How social cognitive theory informs space development, policy and faculty training.

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    Lindley McDavid, Loran Carleton Parker, Wilella Burgess, (2016), "Instructors and learning spaces: How social cognitive theory informs space development, policy and faculty training.", : Association of American Colleges and Universities, Boston, MA, November, (DOI: )

  5. Purdue zipTrips: Connecting Students and Scientists Through Electronic Field Trips

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    Loran Parker, Omolola Adedokun, Jamie Loizzo, Wilella Burgess, (2010), "Purdue zipTrips: Connecting Students and Scientists Through Electronic Field Trips", Spectrum: The Journal of the Illinois Science Teachers Association, 36, 2: pg: 36-43, (DOI: )

  6. Research Experiences for Students with Disabilities: Changing Perceptions

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Wilella Burgess, (2015), "Research Experiences for Students with Disabilities: Changing Perceptions", : National Association for Research in Science Teaching, (DOI: )

  7. Research Goes to School: Iterative Evolution of a STEM Grand Challenge Teacher Professional Development Program

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    Lisa Paulette Kirkham, Alex Madsen, Loran Carleton Parker, Weiling Li, Lola Adedokun, Nicole Cook, Sarah Schlosser, Wilella Burgess, Kari Clase, Peg A Ertmer, Gabriela Weaver, (2016), "Research Goes to School: Iterative Evolution of a STEM Grand Challenge Teacher Professional Development Program", : American Evaluation Association, Atlanta, GA, October, (DOI: )

  8. Research skills and STEM undergraduate research students' aspirations for research careers: Mediating effects of research self-efficacy

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    Omolola A. Adedokun, Ann B. Bessenbacher, Loran C. Parker, Lisa L. Kirkham, Wilella D. Burgess, (2013), "Research skills and STEM undergraduate research students' aspirations for research careers: Mediating effects of research self-efficacy", Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 50, 8: pg: 940-951, (DOI: 10.1002/tea.21102)

  9. Research skills and STEM undergraduate research students' aspirations for research careers: Mediating effects of research self-efficacy

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    (2013), "Research skills and STEM undergraduate research students' aspirations for research careers: Mediating effects of research self-efficacy", Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 50, 8: pg: 940-951, August, (DOI: 10.1002/tea.21102)

  10. Targeting change: Assessing a faculty learning community focused on increasing statistics content in life science curricula

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Alyssa M. Gleichsner, Lola Adedokun, James Forney, (2016), "Targeting change: Assessing a faculty learning community focused on increasing statistics content in life science curricula", Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 44, 6: pg: 517-525, May, (DOI: 10.1002/bmb.20974)

  11. Testing the combined effect of learning space and faculty perceptions of self-efficacy to use student-centered practices on teaching experiences and student engagement.

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Wilella Burgess, Tomalee Doan, Lindley McDavid, B. Robertshaw, (2016), "Testing the combined effect of learning space and faculty perceptions of self-efficacy to use student-centered practices on teaching experiences and student engagement.", : Science and Mathematics Teaching Imperative/Network of STEM Education Centers Conference, San Antonio, TX, (DOI: )

  12. The evolution of the How We ‘Role’ evaluation: Lessons learned from four iterations of learning assessments.

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Lindley McDavid, Wilella Burgess, (2017), "The evolution of the How We ‘Role’ evaluation: Lessons learned from four iterations of learning assessments.", : Advancing the Science of Community Engaged Research Conference, Washington, DC, May, (DOI: )

  13. The role of learning space specific self-efficacy on instructor experiences in active and traditional learning spaces.

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Wilella Burgess, Lindley McDavid, (2016), "The role of learning space specific self-efficacy on instructor experiences in active and traditional learning spaces.", : Science and Mathematics Teaching Imperative, San Antonio, TX, June, (DOI: )

  14. Undergraduate research experiences: Modeling relationships among program outcomes

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Ann Bessenbacher, Wilella Burgess, (2017), "Undergraduate research experiences: Modeling relationships among program outcomes", : American Educational Research Association, (DOI: )

  15. Undergraduate Research Students Knowledge of Scientific Methods: Overall Trend and Individual Differences

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    Lola Adedokun, Loran Carleton Parker, Dorothy Teegarden, Wilella Burgess, (2015), "Undergraduate Research Students Knowledge of Scientific Methods: Overall Trend and Individual Differences", : National Association for Research in Science, Chicago, IL, (DOI: )

  16. Undergraduate Research Students Knowledge of Scientific Methods: Overall Trend and Individual Differences

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    1144, (2015), "Undergraduate Research Students Knowledge of Scientific Methods: Overall Trend and Individual Differences", : National Association for Research in Science, Chicago, IL, (DOI: )

  17. Understanding of the Processes by which Undergraduate Research Experiences Infuence Student Aspirations for Research Careers and Graduate Education

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    Omolola Adedokun, Drake Zhang, Loran Carleton Parker, Ann Bessenbacher, Amy Childress, Wilella Burgess, (2011), "Understanding of the Processes by which Undergraduate Research Experiences Infuence Student Aspirations for Research Careers and Graduate Education", Journal of College Science Teaching, 42, 1: (DOI: )

  18. Understanding Student Perception of Science Program Effectiveness through Structural Equation Modeling

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    (2015), "Understanding Student Perception of Science Program Effectiveness through Structural Equation Modeling", : American Evaluation Association, Chicago, IL, (DOI: )

  19. Using a curriculum module on biomedical research to enhance student interest in health science: results of a pilot assessment

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    (2012), "Using a curriculum module on biomedical research to enhance student interest in health science: results of a pilot assessment", : National Science Teachers’ Association, (DOI: )

  20. Using a dialectical perspective to frame teaching transformation by faculty and institutions.

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    Loran Carleton Parker, Wilella Burgess, Lindley McDavid, (2016), "Using a dialectical perspective to frame teaching transformation by faculty and institutions.", : Association of American Colleges and Universities, Boston, Ma, November, (DOI: )