Professional Development:Conferences/workshops attended
2005: “POGIL (process oriented guided inquiry learning): Engaging students” by David Hanson, a NSF sponsored three-day workshop held in Texas Wesleyan University, Fort-Worth TX.
2004: “Multi-initiative dissemination (MID) of general chemistry,” NSF sponsored workshop held at Louisiana State University-BR.
2003: “Using Blackboard 5. Advanced training,” a Louisiana Tech Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning -CITDL sponsored workshop.
2003: “Assessment in teaching integrated science curriculum,” a series of NSF sponsored CoE&S workshops held at Louisiana Tech.
2002: “Digital image creation/application,” Louisiana Tech Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning -CITDL sponsored workshop.
2001: “Retaining online students,” Teleconference participating from Louisiana Tech.
2000: “Multimedia in classroom for interactive learning,” a NSF workshop Georgia State University.
2002-99: “Teaching in the integrated engineering curriculum,” a series of NSF sponsored CoE&S workshops held at Louisiana Tech.
1998: “Teaching at a distance,” by Tom Cyrs, a Louisiana Tech workshop.
1998: “Mentoring for the 21st Century,” Louisiana State University sponsored workshop.
1999: “Effective college teaching,” by Richard M. Felder, Louisiana Tech, College of Eng &. Sci., Innovation and Development in Engineering & Science-IDEAS sponsored workshop.
1999: “Innovation in large lectures-teaching for active learning,” by Diane Ebert-May, Louisiana Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers-LaCEPT sponsored workshop.
1997: “Shaping the future of undergraduate math, science, engineering and technology education,” 4th LACEPT statewide conference.
1997: “Incorporating multimedia in classroom,” Syllabus Workshop at Southern Methodist University.
1997: “Multimedia technique in classroom,” NSF workshop Georgia State University.
1996: “Advanced materials science,” NSF workshop at Georgia Tech.
1996: “Fostering critical thinking in math, science and Engineering,” by Dr. Craig E. Nelson, Workshop sponsored by LaCEPT.
1996: “Teaching math and science at undergraduate level,” 3rd Annual LaCEPT statewide conference.
1993: “Inorganic chemistry laboratory development,” NSF workshop at Auburn University.