Undergraduate Education Program
Harvey Lodish '62, Maggie Somple
'99, Prof. Liz Ottinger
for student research, curriculum development,
Board of Trustees
April 24, 1998
Laboratories -- Faculty development with Students
and Computing Support
- Biology and Molecular Biology.
Prof. David Marcey; presented by Dan
for 3D visualization of cells.
- Neuroscience and Psychology.
Prof. Andy Niemiec and Prof. Jon Williams; presented by Kathleen Birck, '00.
operant chambers for behavior experiments on live rats.
for heart, muscle, and skin recording.
- Chemistry. Prof. Rosemary
Marusak; presented by Tom Worrall '98 and
equipment for Biochemistry lab.
Chemist , first two years with start-up supported by HHMI: Prof. Elizabeth
- Physics. Prof. Tom Greenslade;
presented by Alec Ogston '97.
on the photoelectric effect: Measuring Plank's Constant.
and nuclear spectroscopy, computerized labs.
- Mathematics. Prof. Brad
Hartlaub; presented by David
classroom for intro math classes.
let students make parametric plots of complex objects such as
the "Kenyon Shield."
Network Conversion. Scott Siddall used HHMI funds
for professional development of ICS staff to implement NT,
improving stability, reliability, and 32-bit software access
across the entire campus.
SCAP summer program for minority high school students.
Prof. Dudley Thomas.
also to Susan Palmer, HHMI Program Evaluator.
- Middle School outreach program.
Prof. Joan Slonczewski and Prof. Dudley Thomas; presented by Kathleen McCormally '98.
to implement new science curriculum, grades 6-8.
yearly science fair.
devise and teach science lab exercises.
further information, contact the Program Director, Joan
Slonczewski, or the Program Director for 98-99, Paula