September 2017: Prof. Koretsky will present the 52nd ConocoPhillips Lecture on Chemical Engineering and the Plenary Talk at the 2017 ASEE Midwest Section Meeting. A paper based on the presentation is available here.
July 2017: We will be presenting two sets of workshops at the ASEE Summer School for Chemical Engineering Faculty at North Carolina State University July 29 - Aug. 3:
July 2017: Congrats to Christina Smith for successfully defending her PhD thesis!
January 2017: Prof. Koretsky presented the inaugural AIChE Education Division Webinar. A copy of the talk is available here. Links to the videos in the presentation are available: video1, video2, video3.
October 2016: Prof. Koretsky joined a team of presenters from the NSF RED program cohorts to present a webinar What is Revolutionary? as part of the webinar series, Developing a Competitive RED Proposal.
October 2016: Prof. Koretsky was an invited panelist at the 2016 Frontiers in Education Conference session, "Changing Your Department: Examples from Revolutionizing Engineering Departments."
September 2016: Our paper Surprises in the Muddy Waters of High-Enrollment Courses is availablein the Journal of Chemical Education.
Spetember 2016: Congrats to Erick Nefcy for successfully defending his PhD thesis!
August 2016: Our paper Written justifications to multiple-choice concept questions during active learning in class is avalailable in the International Journal of Science Education.
August 2016: Our paper Propagation from the start: the spread of a concept-based instructional tool is available in Educational Technology Research and Development.
May 2016: Congrats to Jessie Keeler for successfully defending her MS thesis!
May 2016: Prof. Koretsky has received the 2016 CACHE Award, "for significant contributions in the development of computer aids for chemical engineering education."
March 2016: Our paper, Feedback on Professional Skills as Enculturation into Communities of Practice, has received the the 2016 William Elgin Wickenden Award, which recognizes the authors of the best paper published in the Journal of Engineering Education in 2015.
February 2016: Together with collaborators from the University of Washington, Bucknell University, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Wisconsin, the Group has submitted a slew of draft papers to the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference. Say hi to us in New Orleans!
January 2016: The ESTEME@OSU Project is the plenary showcase at the OSU College of Science Teaching and Advising Awards Banquet on January 12.
January 2016: We would like to welcome Ying Cao to the group as a Postdoctoral Scholar. Ying comes from Tufts University.
December 2015: We would like to welcome Giovanna Scalone, who joined the group as a Postdoctoral Scholar in November form the University of Washington.
December 2015: We have received a Learning Innovation Grant from OSU.
December 2015: Many members of our group have had abstracts accepted to the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. We hope to see you there!