Margaret A. Waterman

 Department of Biology

Southeast Missouri State University

Cape Girardeau, Missouri  63701

 (573) 651-2381   Fax (573) 986-6433
mwaterman@semo.edu
http://cstl-csm.semo.edu/waterman
http://bioquest.org/icbl

 EDUCATION

             Ph.D.               Cornell University, Ithaca, NY,  Science Education

             M.S.                 Cornell University, Plant Pathology

             B.S.                 Framingham State College, Framingham, MA,  Biology

                                        Secondary Biology Teaching Lifetime Certification, Massachusetts

 PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2004 - Present      Professor of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University

Teaching:  Biology courses for majors, nonmajors and preservice elementary teachers; secondary science methods and field experiences; graduate courses in the MNS Science Education option, supervision of graduate student classroom research projects.

2000-2004            Associate Professor of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University

1996-2000            Assistant Professor of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University

1996                    Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University.

1995-1996            Consultant on Problem Based Learning, Cape Girardeau, MO

Assisted medical school and undergraduate biology institutions with design, implementation, and assessment of problem-based learning and related faculty development.

1991-1995            Lecturer on Medical Education, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Responsibilities:  Designed problem-based curriculum, created assessment exercises and course evaluations, and collaborated with course directors on all aspects of course design.   Administratively, I conducted site visits to evaluate clinical teaching centers, collaborated with senior faculty to implement significant changes and new options in the M.D. programs.  Designed, taught, and evaluated faculty development programs and short courses for medical professionals.  

1988-1991            Director, Office of Faculty Development and
                            Assistant Professor of Administrative and Policy Studies University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Responsibilities:  Provided administrative leadership for faculty development for the university.  Served as advocate for faculty with regard to teaching roles; initiated, developed, implemented and administered instructional development programs and services.  Consulted with individuals and departments across the university on faculty development, teaching assistant preparation and organizational development needs. 

 

Taught: School Supervision - Theory and Skills; and initiated, designed and taught University Teaching Seminar for teaching assistants.

1987-1988           Associate Director, Lilly Endowment Teaching Fellowship Program
  Office of Faculty Development, University of Pittsburgh         

1983-1987           Assistant Professor of Biology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Taught:  Cell Biology, Organismal Biology, Genetics, Philosophy of Biology, Introductory Biology for premedical students, nonmajors Biology.

1982-1983            Assistant Professor of Biology (visiting), Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

Taught: Introductory Biology, Biochemistry, Biochemical Methods, Genetics, Experimental Genetics, Philosophy of Science.

 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE        

2014
  • Reviewed Content Exam in Biology for Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Pearson Education, Aug 2014
 
2013 
  • Reviewed Biology Conceptual Frameworks for State of Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
 
2009
  • Reviewer of proposals for small grants from International Leaders  in Education Fellows, at the International Research and Exchange Board, Washington, DC, January.
2007
  •  Associate Director, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium
 

2006 - 2008

 

2004-2005


 

2003

 2002-2003

 2001

  • Developed in service teacher courses with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Mingo Refuge

  • Vice President for Local Arrangements, Association of College & University Biology Educators Annual Meeting (held at Southeast, October 2005)
    Reviewer of proposals for presentation at 2004 National Association for Research in Science Teaching

  • President, Association of College and University Biology Educators

  • Consultant:   needs analysis surveys, interviews and data analysis for local organization

 

2000-2002

 

2000, 1995

 

1999-2001

 

1999-2000

1997-2001

1998

1997 – present

1996-present

  • Editorial Board member, Bioscene, the Journal of College Science Teaching

  • Grant review panels, National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education

  • Member, steering committee, Interface Conference for science and mathematics teachers, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

  • Program chairperson for 2000 annual meeting ACUBE

  • Secretary, Association of College and University Educators  (ACUBE)

  • Proposal Reviewer, American Educational Research Association

  • Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, International Journal of Science Education, and Life Sciences Education. 

  • Coordinator of student judges and judge science fairs at local schools and the high school division of the Missouri Academy of Science.

 

1993-present

Consultant to medical schools and undergraduate biology organizations on problem-based, case-based learning.  Groups worked with include: 

  • Atlanta Center for Neuroscience

  • BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium

  • Center for Biology Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • College of Mt. St. Vincent, NY

  • Denison University

  • Edison College

  • Emory Center for Science Education

  • George Washington University Medical School

  • Iowa State University 

  • Morehouse College

  • Mt. Sinai Medical School

  • National Institute for Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  • Native Cases Institute, Evergreen State College

  • Oxford College, Georgia

  • Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology program at Washington University-St. Louis

  • San Francisco State University

  • Scarsdale, NY High School

  • St. John’s University- New York

  • Trivandrum International School, Kerala, India

  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • University of Pittsburgh Medical School

  • University of the Western Cape, South Africa

  • University of Wisconsin System

  AWARDS AND HONORS

PRIDE Award, for excellence in research, teaching and service, College of Science and Mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University, 2005, 2010

Research Award, College of Science and Mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University, 2003

Teaching Award, College of Science and Mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University, 2001

Alumni Achievement Award, Framingham State College, June 1998.

Lilly Endowment Teaching Fellowship, Emory University, 1984-1985.

FUNDED GRANTS and CONTRACTS

2011      Research Coordination Network for Undergraduate Biology Education: The Case Study and PBL Network.
            National Science Foundation,  $498,725. August 2011-April 2013, transferred to collaborator at Emory University.

2010      Research Coordination Network for Undergraduate Biology Education Incubator:  Case Studies and PBL Network.
             National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education and Biological Sciences Directorate.  $50,000

2009      Title III Strengthening Institutions:  Improving Biology Laboratory Infrastructure and Courses. 
             Coauthor.  US Department of Education.  $2,000,000 over five years to refurbish 6 labs and 14 courses.

2008-     International Research and Exchange Board (US Dept. of State)  International Leaders in Education Program Small Grant
             to fund Teacher's Workshops in Kerala, India.  With Anitha Nair Kamaladevi, $3900

2008      Contract for designing and implementing teacher workshops:  Plant-IT an NSF ITEST project
             with the Botanical Society of America, BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium, and Texas A&M University. 

2007      Contract for second edition of Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases. 

2005      Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellowship Program at Southeast.  Proposal to the Funding For Results Committee. 
             Developed with the CSTL Teaching Associates. Funded for three years, $25,000. Renewed for five more years in 2008.

2004      Contract for Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases. Benjamin Cummings

2003,     Implementing Investigative Cases to Engage Students in Scientific Inquiry. 
2007      Proposal for a Chautauqua Short Course for College Science Teachers, for July 2004 and August 2007.
             Accepted and funded $3,300 each year.

2003      Library Development Fund, to increase holdings in science education.  Funded $2729

2001     A Modular Interdisciplinary Methods Course for Cognitive Science Majors”  PI William Bechtel and Adele
            Abrahamson, at Washington  University, Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education,  I wrote the
            evaluation plan and was the outside evaluator for this project.    $315,619. 

2000      Equipment funding for Smart Boards, Smarter Kids Foundation, $1,160.

1999 -2003     “LifeLines OnLine: Accessible Biology for Community Colleges” with co PI Ethel Stanley, Beloit
  College, National Science Foundation, $298,217.

1998     Improving Mathematics in Missouri, co-developer with Godwin Associates, Jerry Waddle, PI.  Department
  of Elementary and Secondary Education, $60,000, Funded with two renewals.

1998     Impact of Operation Chemistry summer short courses on subsequent teacher behavior Co PI with Sharon  
Coleman (chemistry), Grants and Research Funding Committee, Southeast $2152

1998     Library Development grant to improve the science education collection, Southeast Library Fund, $2318

1995     Case-based Neuroscience for High Schools - a collaboration between Harvard Medical School and the Boston and Cambridge City Schools.  Wrote the teacher professional development portion of the grant and collaborated on the summer teacher’s institute (1995 only).  Howard Hughes Medical Institute, $178,000 for four years.  Joan Reede and Edwin Furshpan, Co-PIs.

1988-9 Consultant grant writer for Emory University, proposals to the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute resulting in $1.5 million for undergraduate biology programs and facilities at Emory.

 INVITED ADDRESSES AND WORKSHOPS

  1. Workshops, with Ethel Stanley, National Institute for Education, Singapore.  (1) Upper Primary, (2) Lower Secondary and (3) Junior College, March 2014

  2. Workshops, with Ethel Stanley, National Institute for Education, Singapore.  (1) Upper Primary, (2) Lower Secondary and (3) Junior College March 2013

  3. Invited speaker, Biology Education Strand,  International Union of Biological Scientists, General Assembly.  July 6, 2012. Suzhou China.

  4. Workshop, with Ethel Stanley. Globalizing Biology Education with ICBL.  International Union of Biological Scientists Education Assembly. July 3, 2012, Suzhou China.

  5. Workshops, with Ethel Stanley, National Institute for Education, Singapore.  (1) Upper Primary, (2) Lower Secondary and (3) Junior College.  May 22-31, 2012.

  6. Workshops, with Ethel Stanley, National Institute for Education, Singapore.  Investigative Case Based Learning for Developing 21st Century Competencies for (1) Upper Primary teachers, (2) Lower Secondary Teachers and (3) faculty of the Department of Natural Sciences and Science Education, NIE.  July 26-August 6, 2011

  7. Invited Seminar, Investigative Case Based Learning for the 21st Century: Research and Practice. National Institute for Education, Singapore, August 3, 2011

  8. Keynote Speaker, Investigative Cases and Cyberlearning Resources, Native Cases Institute, Evergreen State College, Washington.  June 23, 2011

  9. Workshop, Implementing, Assessing and Creating PBL and Cases for Science.  Scarsdale High School, Scarsdale, NY  March 28, 2011.

  10. Workshop with co-leader Ethel Stanley.  PBL and Cases. University of the Western Cape, Cape Town South Africa. March 11, 2011

  11. Keynote speaker: Actions and Opportunities: A North American Perspective on Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development.  Asian Association of Biology Educators, National Institute for Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, October 19-21, 2010.

  12. Workshop on Active Learning and Investigative Cases at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, October 2010

  13. Keynote Speaker. The Flexibility of Case Methods 11th annual conference on Case Study Teaching in Science, National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, the University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY,  September 23, 2010

  14. Workshop with Ethel Stanley and John Jungck.  Cases and Simulations for Engaging Students in Science.  University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa.  October 2009.

  15. Multiple workshops with Anitha Nair Kamaladevi for high school teachers, Kerala India.  Active Learning, PBL, Engaged science learning.  October 2008

  16. Workshop with Ethel Stanley:  Preparing for Engaged Teaching.  TIBBS Program for future biomedical scientists.  University of North Carolina Medical School, Chapel Hill, 2008.

  17. Workshop: Cases Lollapalooza.  Oxford College, Oxford GA, October 2007.

  18. Featured Speaker: Engaging Students in Sustainability Issues:  Investigative Cases, Tools and Data.  Teaching for Sustainability Symposium.  29th International Union of Biological Scientists (IUBS) Symposium and General Assembly, May 9-13, 2007, Washington D.C.

  19. Investigative Case Based Learning. Invited seminar speaker, Science Division, Truman State University, MO, September 29, 2006

  20. Keynote speaker.  The Flexibility of Investigative Case Based Learning (ICBL) for College Science Teaching.   International Problem Based Learning Conference, Lima, Peru.  July 2006.

  21. Panelist: Assessing Learning in PBL. International Problem Based Learning Conference, Lima, PE, July 2006.

  22. Investigative Case Based Learning (ICBL) Workshops.  With E. Stanley.  American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting on Undergraduate Education.  Atlanta GA, June 3-6 2005.

  23. Investigative Cases for Life Sciences Invited seminar at Iowa State University, April 2005.

  24. Keynote speaker, with E.D. Stanley.   ICBL and Biological Inquiry Biology Leadership Conference sponsored by Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co, La Jolla, CA,  March 10-14, 2005.

  25. Keynote Speaker.  CASES:  Contexts for Active Students Engaged in Science.  American Society for Microbiology, Missouri Branch Meeting.  St. Louis.  April 6-9, 2005

  26. Keynote speaker, with E.D. Stanley.  New approaches in Teaching Biology:  ICBL.  Biology Leadership Conference sponsored by Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co, Hilton Head, SC,  March 28-29, 2004.

  27. Connecting Science to Society: Cases.  Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education, Sponsored by NSF and AAAS, Crystal City, VA, April 14-16, 2004    Invited presenters were selected from successful NSF projects in the Division of Undergraduate Education.

  28. Case-based, problem-based learning for human anatomy and physiology. Invited workshop, given at the National Meeting of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society, Ft. Worth TX, May 26-27, 1998

  29. Keynote speaker: Connecting Biology:  Learning with Cases.  40th Annual Meeting of the Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers, Dubuque IA, Sept. 19, 1996.

  30. Teaching High School and College Level Science with Cases.  Invited presentation Systemic Science and Mathematics Improvement Initiative in Massachusetts, PALMS project conference, Westfield, MA, May 1995.

  31. Implementing Teaching Portfolios in a Comprehensive University.  Invited presentation, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT, May 1995. 

  32. Building, Evaluating and Using Teaching Portfolios. Invited presentation University of Maine System faculty, Machias, ME, May 1994. 

  33. Keynote speaker. Developing Educators, Developing Educators’ Portfolios.  American Association of Medical Colleges, Northeast meetings, New York, NY, April 1994.  

  34.  Documenting and Evaluating Teaching.  Invited presentations, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, May 1993. 

  35. Teaching Portfolios for Summative and Peer Evaluation.  Invited paper, Sixth Annual Conference on Assessment in Higher Education, American Association for Higher Education, San Francisco, CA, June 1991.

  36.  Teaching for Learning:  The Structure of Content, and Learning Styles and Teaching Strategies. Invited presentations, with David W. Champagne, for the American Association of Law Libraries annual meeting, Reno, NV, June 1989.\

  37.  Strategies for Improving Curriculum and Instruction in the Undergraduate Science Major.  Invited address for the Regents' Annual Conference on Excellence in Higher Education, the State University System of Tennessee, Nashville, TN, April 1985.

  38. Patterns of Participation of Women in the Sciences, 1820-1985.  Invited address for the Atlanta Center for Feminist Studies, June 1985.

 PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS  

  1. Investigative Plant Cases and Innovative Technology in the Classroom.  Ethel Stanley , Margaret Waterman and Toni Lafferty.  NSTA New Orleans. March 19, 2009

  2. Influenza Then and Now: a problem based inquiry approach to pandemics  with Ethel Stanley and Linda Weinland. National Association of Biology Teachers, Memphis, TN. October 2008.

  3. Pandemic Flu Past and Possible:  A Problem Space for Student Investigation, with Ethel Stanley.  51st Annual meeting of the Association of College and University Biology Educators, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, October 5, 2007.

  4. Using Investigative Cases for Problem Solving with Strategies, Tools and Data from Plant Science.  With Ethel Stanley and Stacey Kiser.  Botanical Society of America, Chicago IL, July 7, 2007.

  5. Investigation Spaces:  An Emerging Model for Online Research and Collaboration.  With Ethel Stanley and Stephen J. Everse.  Association of College and University Biology Educators, 50th Annual Meeting, Millikin University, Decatur IL, October 27-28. 2006.

  6. Developing Cases for Problem Based Learning.  A pre-conference workshop for the International Conference on Problem Based Learning, Lima, PE, July 2006.

  7. Introducing Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning.  Wienland, L., E. D. Stanley and M.A. Waterman.   League for Innovation Conference on Information Technology, Dallas, TX.  October 22-26, 2005

  8. A Whale’s Tale:  Using a Forensic Case to Teach Bioinformatics. Stanley, E.D., M.A. Waterman, and L. Weinland.    League for Innovation Conference on Information Technology, Dallas, TX.  October 22-26, 2005.

  9. Ecology of Infectious Disease: A New Piece of the Ecosystem Puzzle. with Ethel Stanley.   Presentation at the 49th annual meeting of Association of College and University Biology Educators, October 15, 2005, Cape Girardeau.

  10. Investigative Case Based Learning for Teaching Ecology of Infectious Disease”  Poster at  11th biannual Cary Conference, Ecology of Infectious Disease, Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY.  May 2-6, 2005.

  11. Using Technology with Investigative Case Based Learning.  Waterman, M.A. and E. D. Stanley.   Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE) annual meeting, Crawfordsville, IN, October 14-16, 2004.

  12. LifeLines OnLine Project. Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.  Poster at Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education.  NSF & AAAS, Crystal City, VA, April 14-16, 2004

  13. Investigative Cases from Microbes Count! Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.     ACUBE 47th annual meeting, Kirksville, MO October 9-11, 2003

  14. Investigative Case Based Learning for the Sciences: In classrooms and online.  with E.D. Stanley and J. Dario-Becker. Virginia Community College System New Horizons Conference,  Roanoke VA, April 6, 2003.

  15. Using Resources for Investigative Case Based Learning.  Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.    National Science Teachers Association, Philadelphia, March, 2003.

  16. Implementing Case Based Learning with Brazilian High School and U.S. College Teachers. Waterman, M.A., E.D. Stanley, A. W. Oliveira and V. DeSantos. Association for the Education of Teachers of Science.  St. Louis,  January 31, 2003.

  17. Investigative Case-Based Learning:  Solving Resource Problems in Introductory Biology. Waterman, M.A. and E. D. Stanley.  National Association of Biology Teachers, Cincinnati, OH, November 2, 2002

  18. Of Cabbages and Kim Chi.   Workshop, with Strickland, C. T. Johnson, E. Stanley and M. Waterman.   Botanical Society of America, Madison WI , Aug. 4, 2002.

  19. Community college biologists produce LifeLines OnLine modules for biology. Waterman, M., E. Stanley, A. Coopersmith and L. McNeil.  National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and Society of College Science Teachers, San Diego, March 28, 2002

  20. What do you want to know? Becoming teacher researchers.  Waterman M., S. Coleman, E. Kern, T. Donner, D. Below and J. Walker. NSTA, St. Louis. March 23, 2001

  21. Making Investigative Biology happen in the Community College with LifeLines OnLine. Waterman, M.A., E. D. Stanley and Megan Thomas. NSTA, St. Louis. March 23, 2001

  22. LifeLines OnLine News Stories and Activities for Contextualizing Biology Learning.  Waterman, M.  and E. Stanley. ACUBE, Terre Haute IN, Oct 14-16, 2000

  23. LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case-Based Learning for 21st Century Learners. Waterman, M.  and E.D. Stanley. BioEd 2000, an IUBS and UNESCO conference, National Museum of Natural History, Paris France, May 15-18, 2000

  24. LifeLines OnLine: Investigative Case-Based Learning for Your Classroom. Waterman,  M.  and  Stanley, E.D. NSTA, Orlando, April 5-8, 2000

  25. Teaching Strategies for Investigative Learning with Cases with Ethel Stanley (presenter), Beloit College.  National Association of Biology Teachers, Reno, NV, Nov. 4-7, 1998.

  26. Open the door to student-centered investigation with cases.  With E.D. Stanley, at the annual meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers, October 8-11, 1997 Minneapolis, MN

  27. Learning with the BioQUEST Case and Simulations.  With E.D. Stanley.  41st annual meeting of the Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers/ Association of College and University Biology Educators, Beloit, WI. October 17, 1997

  28. Introducing Problem Based Learning into an Epidemiology/Biostatistics Course for Medical Students.  With Godbold, J., S. Markowitz,  and S. Richman.   Teaching section of the American Statistical Association, Anaheim, CA August 11-14, 1997

  29. Curriculum and Faculty Development in Biology via Case Writing. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, Mar 24-28, 1997.  Paper is in ERIC database, as ED 407 409.

  30. Cases as Tools for Educational Change:  A Research Agenda Emerging from Practice.  With McErlain, M.G., T.V. Rasinski, and M.E. Styslinger.   Symposium, American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, March 1997.  Paper is in ERIC database, as ED 408 240.

  31. Mary’s Mystery:  A Case-Based Neuroscience Curriculum for High School Students.  With Joan Reede, Edwin Furshpan, David Potter, Massachusetts Science Supervisor’s Association, Marlborough, MA, April 1995.

  32. Multi-Institutional Strategies for Faculty Development.  Workshop with Elizabeth Armstrong, Frederick Lovejoy and others, American Association of Medical Colleges, Washington, DC, November 1993.

  33. Case-Based Teaching in the Life Sciences:  An example from cell biology.  Workshop, with Karl S. Matlin, Coalition for Education in the Life Sciences, Woods Hole, MA, February 1993.

  34. Demonstrating the Potential for Concept Mapping in Medical Education.  Workshop with Nancy Bennett, American Association of Medical Colleges, New Orleans, LA, November 1992

  35. Integrating Basic Science into the Clinical Years.  Poster, American Association of Medical Colleges, Northeast meetings, Baltimore, MD, March 1992.

  36. Rewarding Teaching in Higher Education.   Pennsylvania Department of Education Higher Education conference, Creating A Climate for Learning, Mechanicsburg, PA, April 1989.

  37. Categorizations of Classical Genetics Problems by Successful and Unsuccessful Problem Solvers. With Mike U. Smith.  Poster and paper, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Washington, DC, April 1987. (Paper available in  ERIC Database)

  38. Alternative Conceptions of the Nature of Scientific Knowledge.  International Seminar on Misconceptions in Science and Mathematics.  Cornell University, June 1983.

  39. Understanding the Nature of Scientific Knowledge:  Interviews with College Students. National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Dallas, TX, April 1983.

  40. A Survey of College Students' Beliefs about Scientific Knowledge.  National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Liberty, NY, April 1981.

  41. Concept Origins, Biological Inquiry and Curriculum.  Symposium, American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA, April 1980.

  42. A New Technique for Manipulating Host-Parasite Interactions. American Phytopathological Society, Kansas City, MO, June 1976.

PUBLICATIONS

Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals

  1. Stanley, E.D., M. Waterman, D. J. S. Wong and H. K. Tan.  Developing 21st Century Skills with Investigative Cases: Building Global Awareness and Informing Choices about Energy.  Biology International 50:95-108m 2012,

  2. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M.  Global Health is Local Health:  Looking at the Big Picture.  Biology International 49:5-12, 2011.

  3. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M. Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies in the New Millennium: the Basis of Global Health. Biology International 49:13-22, 2011.

  4. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M. Nutrition, Good Health and Global Health. Biology International 49:24-39, 2011.

  5. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M. Controlling Infectious Diseases: Learning from Failures, Building Success. Biology International 49:40-54, 2011.

  6. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M. The Challenges of Mosquitoes and Disease:  Making Sense of Complexity. Biology International 4: 55-68, 2011.

  7. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M.  HIV/AIDS:  Barriers and Opportunities for Control.  Biology International 49: 69-81, 2011.

  8. Fass, M., Seiter, J., Stanley, E. and Waterman, M.  HIV/AIDS: Biology and treatment. Biology International 49: 82-91, 2011.

  9. Waterman, M., Weber, J., Pracht, C., Conway, K., Kunz, D., Evans, B. Hoffman, S., Smentkowski, B., Starrett, D.  Preparing Scholars of Teaching and Learning Using a Model of Collaborative Peer Consulting and Action Research.  International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 22( 2): 140-151, 2010.

  10. Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.   LifeLines OnLine: Curriculum and Teaching Strategies for Adult Learners.  Journal of College Science Teaching, 29:  306-310, March/April 2000.

  11. Waterman, M.A. Investigative Case Study Approach for Biology Learning.  Bioscene - The Journal of College Biology Teaching 24(1) 3-10, April 1998. 

  12. Glick, T., E.G. Armstrong, M.A. Waterman, E. Hundert, and S. Hyman.  An Integrated Preclerkship Curriculum in Neuroscience, Psychiatry, and Neurology.  Academic Psychiatry, 21(4): 212-218, 1997.  

  13. Feins, A., M.A. Waterman, A.S. Peters, and M. Kim.  The teaching matrix:  a tool for organizing teaching and promoting professional growth.  Academic Medicine, 71(11):1200-03, 1996.

  14. Haller, E.J. and M.A. Waterman.  The criteria of reading group assignments.  The Reading Teacher, 11:772-781, 1985. 

  15. Waterman, M.A. and J.F. Rissler.  Use of scientific research reports to develop higher-level cognitive skills.  Journal of College Science Teaching, 11: 336-340, 1982. 

  16. Thompson, J.F., J.T. Madison, M.A. Waterman and A.E. Meunster.  Effect of methionine on growth and protein composition of cultured soybean cotyledons. Phytochemistry, 20: 941-945, 1981. 

  17. Waterman, M.A., J.R. Aist and H.W. Israel.  Centrifugation studies help to clarify the role of papilla formation in compatible barley powdery mildew interactions.  Phytopathology, 68:797-802, 1978. 

  18. Waterman, M.A., J.R. Aist and H.W. Israel. A new technique for manipulating host-parasite interactions by low-speed centrifugation.  Canadian Journal of Botany, 56:542-545, 1978.

 Books and Book chapters  (peer reviewed are in bold)

  1. Waterman, M.   Actions and Opportunities: A North American View of Education for Social and Sustainable Development  IN Kim, Mijung and C.H. Diong (Eds). Biology Education for Social and Sustainable Development. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2012.

  2. Powell, Janet C., Waterman, Margaret and McNicholas, Eugene.  Preparing the biology teachers of the future – starting today.  Chapter in Collins A. & Gillespie, N.(Eds.). (2009).  The continuum of secondary science teacher preparation: Knowledge, questions and research recommendations.  Rotterdam/Tapei/Boston: Sense. 

  3. Brewer, C. A., A. R. Berkowitz, P. A. Conrad, J. Porter and M. Waterman.  Educating about Infectious Disease Ecology. Chapter 22, pp. 448-468.  In R. S. Ostfeld, F. Keesing, and V. T. Eviner(Eds.) Infectious Disease Ecology. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008.   

  4. Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.  Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases. 2nd edition with two new case modules.  San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings, 2008.  

  5. Waterman, M. and E. Stanley.  Biological Inquiry: A Workbook of Investigative Cases.  San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings.  2005.   

  6. Ethel D. Stanley and Margaret A. Waterman.  The Farmer and the Gene: A case approach to Bt corn.  pp153-158 in John Jungck, Ethel Stanley and Marian Fass (Eds.) Microbes Count.  Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology, 2003. 

  7. Linda Weinland, Peter Woodruff, Margaret Waterman and Ethel Stanley.  Citrus Canker:  Alternatives for Control.  pp. 279-284 in John Jungck, Ethel Stanley and Marian Fass (Eds.) Microbes Count.  Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology, 2003. 

  8. Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.  LifeLines OnLine:  Curriculum and Teaching Strategies for Adult Learners.  pp. 103-110.  In Cooney, Timothy M. (Ed.) Teaching Science in the Two Year College.  Arlington, VA:  National Science Teachers Association Press, 2003.  Note, this paper was selected for this collection of articles from the Journal of College Science Teaching in which it originally appeared in 2000.  

  9. Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. Investigative Cases and Case-Based Learning in Biology.  Version 1.4, 100 pp.  In J. Jungck and V. Vaughan (Eds.) BioQUEST Library VI.  San Diego:  Academic Press, 2002.  The BioQUEST Library is a peer reviewed biannual publication of the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium.

  10. Waterman, M.A.  Suggestions for what might be included in a teaching portfolio.  In Braskamp, L.A. and Ory,   J.C.  Assessing Faculty Work.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1994. 

  11. Barstow, W.E. (Ed.) with M.R. Taylor, M.A. Waterman, D. Wivagg and B.A. Wonderly.  Test Bank for Campbell's Biology, Third Edition.  Redwood City, CA:  Benjamin/Cummings, 1993, 413 pp.   

  12. Waterman, M.A. and T.R. Burke (Eds.)   Teaching at Pitt:  A Handbook for Teaching Assistants.  Office of Faculty Development, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991, 116 pp. 

  13. Champagne, D.W. and M.A. Waterman. A short course on teaching for university faculty members.  Chapter 16 in Emily Wadsworth (ed.),  Professional and Organizational Development: A Handbook for New Practitioners. Stillwater, OK:  New Forums Press, pp. 99-104, 1988.  

  14. Aist, J.R., M.A. Waterman and H. W. Israel.  Papillae and penetration:  some problems, procedures and perspectives.  In J. M. Daly and I. Uritani (eds.), Recognition and Specificity in Plant Host-Parasite Interactions. University of Tokyo Press, pp. 85-97, 1979. 

Proceedings of Professional Meetings (peer reviewed articles are in bold)

  1. Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.  Investigative Case Based Learning: Teaching Scientifically While Connecting Science to Society.  In Invention and Impact: Building Excellence in Undergraduate STEM Education   Proceedings of an NSF/AAAS conference of the same name that took place in April 2004. Published 2005.

  2. Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley.  LifeLines OnLine:  Investigative Case-Based Learning for 21st Century Learners.  Proceedings of the International Union of Biological Scientists and UNESCO "BioEd 2000" conference held in Paris, France, May 2000.   Published on-line as of 2001,  4 pages. http://intl.concord.org/cbe/pdf/waterman_stanley.pdf  Note:  this paper was a new piece written for the proceedings after the conclusion of the meeting.

  3. Godbold, J.H., Markowitz, S., Richman, S. and Waterman, M.  Introduction of Problem-Based Learning into a Course in Epidemiology and Biostatistics for Medical Students. Proceedings of the Section on Statistical Education. American Statistical Association, Alexandria, VA. pp. 240-242. 1997.  

  4. Waterman, M.A. and D.W. Champagne. Integrating faculty needs assessment into the planning of a faculty development program.  Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Conference on Improving University Teaching, Umea, Sweden, pp. 811-820, 1988. 

  5. Waterman, M.A.  Alternative conceptions of the tentative nature of scientific knowledge.  In Helm, H. and Novak, J.D. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Seminar on Misconceptions in Science and Mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, pp. 282-291, 1983.

Articles for College Biology Instructors

  1. Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.  Investigative Case Based Learning.  In R. Heyden (ed.) Great Ideas in Teaching.  Benjamin Cummings.  2005 

  2. Waterman, M.A. and E.D. Stanley. Doing Science Collaboratively with Investigative Case Based Learning.  Strategies for Success, No. 41, Spring 2004, pp. 4-6.

  3. Stanley, E.D. and M.A. Waterman.  Learning with Investigative Cases:  A scenario. BioQUEST Notes, Winter 1998, 8(2): 8-9,13. 

  4. Waterman, M.A.  Kingdoms Entangled:  A BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium Case Study.  BioQUEST Notes (6)3: 8-10, 1996. 

  5. Waterman, M.A.  Teaching strategies for the life sciences - CELS III.  Strategies for Success, Vol 11,   April 1993. 

       Websites

ScienceCaseNet.org  2012  Supported by NSF, this website is the entry to the Case Study and PBL Network, a Research Coordination Network in Undergraduate Biology Education.  http://sciencecasenet.org 

Website supporting workshops for teachers and college faculty in Singapore, 2011.  Includes agenda, activities, links, assessments.  http://bioquest.org/nie2011

Investigative Case Based Learning website includes a wealth of resources for writing, implementing and evaluating ICBL as well as over 55 case modules written by participants in ICBL workshops.  http://bioquest.org/icbl  

Stanley, E. and M. Waterman. 2003.  Using Investigative Cases in Geoscience. http://serc.carleton.edu/introgeo/icbl/index.html    This invited, extensive article is part of the “Starting Point:  Teaching Introductory Level Geoscience”

 

October 2014