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Dr. Greg Hale Ph.D.

Name

[Hale Ph.D., Dr. Greg]
  • Assistant Dean, College of Science
  • Co-Director, UTeach Arlington
  • Director, Science Education and Career Center

Biography

Greg Hale is the Director of the Science Education and Career Center, a Co-Director of UTeach Arlington, and Assistant Dean of Students and Science Education in the College of Science at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has worked with in-service and pre-service science teachers since 2001. His work with in-service teachers has largely centered around his role as an instructor and program director for the College of Science's Master of Arts in interdisciplinary Science. He has been involved as an instructor and administrator of science courses for middle level and elementary pre-service teachers since 2002, and his involvement with pre-service secondary science and math teachers began when he was named a Co-Director of UTeach Arlington in 2009. In addition to his work with pre-service and in-service teachers, he also has outreach projects that aim to increase the size, quality, and diversity of the STEM professional pipeline out of K-12 schools. Since being named Assistant Dean of Science in 2006, he has been the Principal Investigator for projects that have brought in over $4.3M and a Co-Principal Investigator on projects that have brought in an additional $4.8M.

Professional Preparation

    • 1993 Bachelor of Science in ChemistryRochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
    • 1999 Ph.D. in Organic ChemistryUniveristy of Pittsburgh

Appointments

    • Jan 2009 to Present Co-Director
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • May 2006 to Present Director
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • May 2006 to Present Assistant Dean
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2000 to May 2006 Undergraduate Advisor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • July 1999 to May 2006 Lecturer
      University of Texas at Arlington

Memberships

  • Membership
    • Jan 2013 to Present NARST
    • Jan 1994 to Present American Chemical Society

Awards and Honors

    • May  2005 UT Arlington Honors College Outstanding Faculty Award sponsored by UT Arlington Honors College
    • May  2002 UT Arlington Honors College Outstanding Faculty Award sponsored by UT Arlington Honors College
    • May  2000 Apple Distinguished Educator sponsored by Apple

News Articles

    • Teachers working to boost science emphasis to overcome lagging interest, lower test scores
      By KAREL HOLLOWAY / The Dallas Morning News kholloway@dallasnews.com Children seem to delight in science. They ask why the sky is blue and how birds fly. But that early interest doesn't always make it into the classroom. Science becomes a stumbling block for some students, schools and even school districts. At least two school districts – Rockwall and Sunnyvale – missed an exemplary ranking from the state because of their science scores. And the ratings of several campuses in the area lagged because of science scores. Statewide and nationally, students usually score lower on science tests than other subjects. For instance, in 2009, 90 percent of Texas 10th graders passed the English/language arts segment of the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills test. In science, only 67 percent passed, according to the Texas Education Agency. Is science really that hard? "No," said Greg Hale, director of the Science and Education Career Center at the University of Texas at Arlington. "It's a matter of emphasis." Elementary TAKS tests are focused on reading and math, he said. Therefore, teachers pay less attention to science. But there's more to it than that, he and others said. There have to be enthusiastic teachers, properly trained, to help students embrace the subject. Rockwall and most other school districts have been working to improve science teaching, mindful of their lagging TAKS scores. Debbie Koehn, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction in Rockwall, said the district has worked to make sure science concepts build on each other from year to year in the curriculum and have worked to improve the way science is taught. "We've put in place much more hands-on learning than we had five years ago," she said. That hands-on learning is key, she and others said. Students must have the chance to see how the concepts they are learning play out in the world. Active classes At UTA, middle-school students from schools throughout the area were sitting a lab tables recently, working with raw chicken wings. They held the wings at the joint and pulled on the fleshy part hanging down. After a few tries they discovered that the wing tip would jump every time they pulled. "Look at it flop," said Ann Cavallo, an associate dean in UTA's College of Education and Health Professions. The tip of her chicken wing went back and forth like a hand waving. Then she held up her own arm, bending it at the elbow. She showed the same action that the students had seen with the chicken wing, the students mimicking her. The kids were attending a two-week camp for students interested in science. It was sponsored by astronaut Bernard Harris. The classes demonstrated the active learning that educators say is essential to teaching science. But those types of active classes are difficult to teach. Teachers must have a deep background in the subject, have the materials and the time. Elementary teachers usually didn't get into the field because they have a passion for science, Hale said, and probably took few if any college classes in science. That makes it more difficult for them to come up with the kinds of lessons that both teach and keep children interested in science. In middle and high school teachers probably have a degree in some science but may be teaching out of their field because of the shortage of science teachers, he said. Texas teachers can be certified as a generalist in high school science. That means they may have a degree in chemistry but be teaching biology. Time is also an issue. "To teach a subject like cell division, I can tell a student everything they need in a couple of days. But for them to actually see it, to see the cell mitosis, to count the number of cells – I can't devote that time," said Bill Neal. He heads the UTeach program at the University of Texas at Dallas. The UTeach programs – Hale will lead one at UTA starting this fall – are working to bring more science and math majors into teaching. They also concentrate on innovative teaching methods. Class times are often too short to have activities and then time to explain the concepts related to the lesson. And the curriculum is so broad that there's not time to teach everything in depth, Hale said. Hard thinking Part of the problem lies with the students. Science requires dedication to work through problems using a process, to see connections and see how one concept relates to another. In other words, they have to think, said Carlos Reza, a physics teacher at South Garland High School. "You ask them to think and it's almost like it hurts their brain," Reza said. Often students have learned that they can easily look up most information. If you have a question, go to Google. Science classes require questioning and then finding the answer to the question on your own. "It requires more mental discipline," Neal said. PHOTO: LOUIS DeLUCA/DMN Middle school students Taylor Green (left) and Steven Contreras dissected a raw chicken wing as students participated in a July science camp at the University of Texas at Arlington. Educators say such active learning is essential to teaching science.
    • Science Ambassadors Featured on Fox 4 Good Day
      The ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors lit a reporter on fire April 24, 2009.
    • ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp on NBC 5
      The 2008 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp was featured on the July 22, 2008 NBC 5 newscast.

Research and Expertise

  • Science Education

    Dr. Hale has worked with in-service and pre-service science teachers since 2001. His work with in-service teachers has largely centered around his role as an instructor and program director for the College of Science's Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Science. Dr. Hale has been involved as an instructor of science courses for middle level and elementary pre-service teachers since 2002, and his involvement with pre-service secondary science and math teachers began when he was named a Co-Director of UTeach Arlington in 2009.

Publications

      Conference Proceeding 2017
      • Cavallo, A. & Hale, G., Southwest Regional Dialogue on Stimulating Research and Innovation for Pre-Service Education of STEM Teachers in High Need Schools, Noyce Summit of the National Science Foundation and American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, July, 2017, invited plenary panel

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2017
      • David Sparks, Ann M.L. Cavallo, Greg Hale, Karen Allmond, Karen Matser, Lessons from the First 100: How to Build a Successful STEM Teacher Preparation Program, 2017 International Meeting of The Association for Science Teacher Education, Des Moines, IA, January 2017

        {Conference Proceeding }

      Journal Article 2017
      • Hale, G.R.; Lopez, R.E., Cavallo, A.M.L.; Gonzales, E., Increasing Physics Teacher Production by Replicating the UTeach Teacher Preparation Model and Awarding Noyce Scholarships, Scientia in Educatione, 2017, vol. 8 (Special Issue), p 199-206

        {Peer Reviewed }

      Poster Abstract 2017
      • Cavallo, A., Hale, G., Lopez, R., Jorgensen, T., Mydlarz, L., & Shofner, K., Impacts of the NSF Noyce Program on Preparing and Retaining Highly Qualified Teachers in High Need Schools, Noyce Summit of the National Science Foundation and American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC., July 19, 2017

        {Poster Abstract }
      2017
      • Cavallo, A., Hale, G., Lopez, R., Alvarez, J., & Solis, J., Research-based Practices: Preparing and Retaining STEM Teachers for the Future through the NSF Noyce Program, Noyce Summit of the National Science Foundation and American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC., July 20, 2017

        {Poster Abstract }

      Lecture/Speech 2017
      • Greg Hale, Key K-12 STEM Collaborations at UT Arlington, Tarrant County Math Pathways Project, Arlington, TX, February 2017

        {Lecture/Speech }

      Conference Proceeding 2016
      • Gregory R. Hale, Priming the STEM Professional Pipeline, 14th Annual Best Practice Conference on Teaching and Learning, sponsored by the Puerto Rico Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation project, University of Puerto Rico - Cayey Campus, Puerto Rico, October 2016, invited plenary presentation

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2016
      • Greg Hale, Ann Cavallo, Robert Garcia, Lessons Learned from the 2016 EMBHSSC at UT Arlington, ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Fall Forum, Houston, TX, October 2016

        {Conference Proceeding }

      Poster Abstract 2016
      • Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, Ramon Lopez, and James Epperson, Continuing To Grow The Pipeline: Recruiting, Preparing, Inducting, And Retaining Teachers In Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics Through an NSF Noyce Renewal Program, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, July 20, 2016, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }
      2016
      • Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, Ramon Lopez, Laura Mydlarz, Laura Gough, and Theresa Jorgensen, Implementing a Research-Based, Model NSF Noyce Program In the Recruitment, Preparation, Induction, and Retention Of Science and Mathematics Teachers, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, July 21, 2016, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }

      Conference Proceeding 2015
      • Lopez, R. E., Hale, G. R., and Cavallo, A. M. L., Computational Models in the Next Generation Science Standards, EDULEARN 2015, Proceedings, 2015, ISBN: 978-84-606-8243-1

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2015
      • David Sparks, LeeAnn Snell-Burke, Ann M.L. Cavallo, Ramon Lopez, Erin Gonzales, Gregory Hale, Science and Mathematics Teacher Preparation: Successes and Lessons Learned from a UTeach Replication Site2015 International Meeting, The Association for Science Teacher Education, January 2015, Portland, OR

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2015
      • Ramon Lopez, Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, Integrating the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program with UTeach, National Math and Science Initiative UTeach Conference, Austin, TX, May 19, 2015

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2015
      • Gregory R. Hale, Ramon Lopez, Ann Cavallo, Erin E. Gonzales, Increasing Secondary Science and Mathematics Teacher Production by Replicating the UTeach Teacher Preparation Model, International Education Conference, London, UK, June 2015

        {Conference Proceeding }

      Poster Abstract 2015
      • Ann M.L. Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Ramon Lopez, David Sparks, Investigating Impacts of the NSF Noyce Program on Science and Mathematics Teachers' Self-Efficacy, Epistemological Beliefs, and Constructivist Practice, 2015 International Meeting, The Association for Science Teacher Education, January 2015, Portland, OR

        {Poster Abstract }

      Conference Proceeding 2014
      • Greg Hale, Ann Cavallo, Ramon Lopez, Examining impacts and shifts in pre-service physics teacher self-efficacy, beliefs about nature of science, and constructivist practice through the NSF Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, GIREP/MPTL International Conference on Teaching/Learning Physics: Integrating Research into Practice, Palermo, Italy, July 2014

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2014
      • Ramon Lopez, Greg Hale, Ann Cavallo, Preparing Future Physics Teachers in the UTeach Model, GIREP/MPTL International Conference on Teaching/Learning Physics: Integrating Research into Practice, Palermo, Italy, July 2014

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2014
      • Gregory R. Hale, Ramon Lopez, Ann Cavallo, The UTeach Replication Experience at The University of Texas at Arlington, New Horizons in Texas STEM Conference, San Antonio, TX, March 27, 2014

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2014
      • Larry Abraham, UT Austin, Greg Hale, UT Arlington, What is UTeach? National Math and Science Initiative UTeach Conference, Austin, TX, May 22, 2014

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2014
      • Greg Hale, Ann Cavallo, Tracy Smith, Lessons Learned from the 2014 EMBHSSC at UT Arlington, Fall Forum, ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Program, The Harris Foundation, Houston, TX, October 2014

        {Conference Proceeding }

      Lecture/Speech 2014
      • Greg Hale, Karen Jo Matsler, Arlington ISD Summer Professional Development Workshop, Arlington, TX, August 19, 2014

        {Lecture/Speech }

      Poster Abstract 2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, Ramon Lopez, Laura Mydlarz, Laura Gough, and Theresa Jorgensen, The UT Arlington Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Earth/Life Science and Middle Level Science and Mathematics Teachers, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, June 19, 2014, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }
      2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, James Epperson, and Ramon Lopez, The UT Arlington Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics Teachers, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, June 19, 2014, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }
      2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson, Ramon Lopez, The UT Arlington Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Mathematics, Chemistry And Physics Teachers, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Western Regional Conference, November 8, 2014, San Francisco, CA

        {Poster Abstract }
      2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Ramon Lopez, Examining Impacts and Shifts in Pre-service Science and Mathematics Teacher Self-efficacy, Beliefs about NOS, and Constructivist Practice through the NSF Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Western Regional Conference, November 8, 2014, San Francisco, CA

        {Poster Abstract }
      2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Ramon Lopez, Laura Mydlarz, Laura Gough, Theresa Jorgensen, The UT Arlington Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Earth/Life Science and Middle Level Science and Mathematics Teachers, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Western Regional Conference, November 8, 2014, San Francisco, CA

        {Poster Abstract }

      Conference Paper 2014
      • Lopez, R.E.; Hale, G.; Cavallo, A, The Preparation of Physics Teachers and the Next Generation Science Standards in the United States, The International Conference on Physics Education 2013 Conference Proceedings2014, 501-508

        {Conference Paper }
      2014
      • Ann Cavallo, Ramon Lopez, Greg Hale, Examining Factors that Influence High School Physics Students' Choice of Science as a Career, The International Conference on Physics Education 2013 Conference Proceedings,2014, 122-131

        {Conference Paper }
      2014
      • Hale, G.R.; Lopez, R.E., Cavallo, A.M.L.; Gonzales, E., Increasing Physics Teacher Production by Replicating the UTeach Teacher Preparation Model and Awarding Noyce Scholarships, The International Conference on Physics Education 2013 Conference Proceedings,2014, 711-718

        {Conference Paper }

      Poster Abstract 2013
      • Ann M. L. Cavallo, Kevin White, and Gregory Hale, Examining science teacher self-efficacy, beliefs about NOS, and constructivist practice in a collaborative graduate program, National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, April 2013, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2013
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson, Ramon Lopez, Laura Mydlarz, Laura Gough, Theresa Jorgensen, Kristina Toth, and Adele Quintana, Program Impacts On Earth/Life Science And Middle Level Science And Mathematics Noyce Teacher Scholars, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, May 30, 2013, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }
      2013
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson, Ramon Lopez, Manuel Olmos, and Adele Quintana, Program Impacts On Mathematics, Chemistry And Physics Noyce Teacher Scholars, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, May 30, 2013, Washington, DC

        {Poster Abstract }

      Conference Proceeding 2013
      • Gregory R. Hale, Ramon Lopez, Ann Cavallo, Increasing the Production of Physics Teachers by Adopting the UTeach Teacher Preparation Model, International Conference on Physics Education, Prague, Czech Republic, August 8, 2013

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2013
      • Ann Cavallo, Ramon Lopez, Greg Hale, Examining Factors that Influence High School Physics Students' Choice of Science as a Career, International Conference on Physics Education, Prague, Czech Republic, August 6, 2013

        {Conference Proceeding }
      2013
      • Ramon Lopez, Greg Hale, Ann Cavallo, The Preparation of Physics Teachers and the Next Generation Science Standards, International Conference on Physics Education, Prague, Czech Republic, August 9, 2013

        {Conference Proceeding }

      Poster Abstract 2012
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, The University of Texas at Arlington, Math, Science, & Technology Teacher Preparation Academy, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board MSTTPA Conference, El Paso, TX, February 26, 2012, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2012
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson, Ramon Lopez, Caroline Robb, and Janis Mergele, Mathematics, Chemistry, And Physics Teachers: Recruiting And Retaining The Best And Brightest In High Need Areas For High Need Schools, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, May 24, 2012, Washington, DC, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2012
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Laura Mydlarz, Theresa Jorgensen, Laura Gough, Ramon Lopez, Kelli Hoke, and Janis Mergele, High School Earth And Life Science, And Middle Level Science And Mathematics: Preparing Teachers To Teach The Next Generation, NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, May 24, 2012, Washington, DC, poster
        {Poster Abstract }

      Lecture/Speech 2011
      • Greg Hale, UT Arlington, Kim Hughes, Mary Lummus-Robinson, and Amy Chavez, The UTeach Institute, UTeach Panel Presentation to The Governor’s Workforce Cabinet, Little Rock, Arkansas, August 8, 2011
        {Lecture/Speech }

      Conference Proceeding 2011
      • Greg Hale, UT Arlington & Edith Eskilson, Margie Hill, University of Kansas, Implementing a UTeach Replication Program, UTeach New Co-Director Meeting, September 13, 2011, Austin, TX, panel presentation
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2011
      • Greg Hale, Lia Turk, UT Arlington, Successful Recruiting Strategies for Campers and Counselors, Program Training Conference, ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp Program, The Harris Foundation, Houston, TX, February 4, 2011
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2011
      • Ann M. L. Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Best Practices: Model of Science Inquiry, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Math, Science and Technology Teacher Preparation Academy Conference, Arlington, TX, March 21, 2011, presentation
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2011
      • Greg Hale, Ramon Lopez, Ann Cavallo, UT Arlington, Co-Director Panel, National Math and Science Initiative UTeach Conference, May 25, 2011, panel discussion
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Poster Abstract 2011
      • Ann M. L. Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Math, Science, Technology Teacher Preparation Academy, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Math, Science and Technology Teacher Preparation Academy Conference, Arlington, TX, March 20, 2011, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2011
      • Ann M. L. Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson, Ramon Lopez, S6A.7.5 Examining Progress in Recruitment, Preparation and Induction of Pre-service Teachers in the NSF Noyce Program, National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference, Orlando, FL, April 4, 2011, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2011
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Laura Mydlarz, Laura Gough, Theresa Jorgensen and Ramon Lopez, Expanding The Effort: Recruitment, Preparation And Induction Of Middle Level Science And Math, And Secondary Earth And Life Science Teacher Candidates In The NSF Noyce Program II, National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, July 7, 2011, Washington, DC, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2011
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, James Epperson and Ramon Lopez, Evaluating Strategies Of Recruitment, Preparation And Induction Of Mathematics, Chemistry And Physics Teacher Candidates In The NSF Noyce Program I, National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program National Conference, July 7, 2011, Washington, DC, poster
        {Poster Abstract }

      Poster Abstract 2010
      • Ann Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Ramon Lopez, and James Epperson, Promoting STEM Teaching Through The NSF Noyce Program, Fifth Annual NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, D.C., July 8, 2010, poster
        {Poster Abstract }
      2010
      • Ann M. L. Cavallo, Gregory Hale, Robert Noyce Scholarship Program For Science And Mathematics Teachers, The National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference, Philadelphia, PA, March 24, 2010, poster
        {Poster Abstract }

      Conference Proceeding 2010
      • Ann Cavallo, Greg Hale, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Math, Science and Technology Teacher Preparation Science Education Academy, College & Career Readiness Initiative: Mathematics and Science Summit, San Antonio, TX, September 23, 2010, presentation
        {Conference Proceeding }
      2010
      • Greg Hale, UT Arlington & Steve Case, University of Kansas, Implementing a UTeach Replication ProgramUTeach Open House and Replication Funding Meeting, October 20, 2010, panel presentation
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Conference Proceeding 2008
      • Hale, G.; Bolsterli, E.; Gonzales, E.; McConnell, K.; Schulze, L., How Effective Collaboration Between The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Science and Education Enhances Preparation of Students Pursuing Careers in Education, The National Network for Educational Renewal National Conference, Arlington, TX, September 20, 2008, panel discussion
        {Conference Proceeding }

      Conference Paper 2005
      • Hale, Gregory R.; Gibbons, Melissa, Tag Team Teaching, The National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference, Dallas, TX, April 7, 2005, conference papaer and panel discussion
        {Conference Paper }

      Journal Article 1997
      • Curran, D. P.; Hale, G. R.; Geib, S. J.; Balog, A.; Cass, Q. B.; Degani, A. L. G.; Hernandes, M. Z.; Freitas, L. C. G. Tetrahedron Asym, 1997, 8, 3955-3975.
        {Journal Article }

Support & Funding

This data is entered manually by the author of the profile and may duplicate data in the Sponsored Projects section.
    • Sept 2016 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $27500
    • Jan 2016 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $80000
    • July 2016 to Feb 2020 Supplement: Preparing Science and Mathematics Teachers at the University of Texas at Arlington sponsored by  - $159984
    • Sept 2015 to Present Texas Research Incentive Program sponsored by  - $133500
    • July 2015 to Present UT System Research Incentive Program sponsored by  - $53400
    • Jan 2015 to Dec 2020 National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Phase 2 Grant sponsored by  - $800000
    • Dec 2015 to Dec 2016 ExxonMobil Science Ambassadors at UT Arlington sponsored by  - $25000
    • Dec 2015 to Dec 2016 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $50000
    • Feb 2015 to Dec 2016 AT&T Gift - UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $300000
    • Dec 2014 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $50000
    • Aug 2014 to Aug 2016 Texas Instruments Foundation Grant - UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $564000
    • Dec 2014 to Dec 2015 ExxonMobil Foundation Gift - Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $25000
    • Sept 2013 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $60000
    • Dec 2013 to Dec 2014 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp at UT Arlington sponsored by  - $80000
    • Oct 2013 to Dec 2014 ExxonMobil Science Ambassadors at UT Arlington sponsored by  - $25000
    • July 2013 to Aug 2014 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $150000
    • Mar 2013 to Aug 2014 Pathways Summer STEM Camp at UTA sponsored by  - $25000
    • Jan 2013 to Jan 2013 ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $25000
    • June 2012 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $50000
    • Jan 2012 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $300000
    • Jan 2012 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $50000
    • June 2012 to Aug 2014 Pathways Summer STEM Camp at UTA sponsored by  - $300000
    • Jan 2012 to Jan 2013 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $75000
    • Jan 2012 to Jan 2013 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $75000
    • Jan 2012 to Jan 2012 ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $25000
    • Jan 2011 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $100000
    • Jan 2011 to Present UTeach Arlington Endowment sponsored by  - $100000
    • Jan 2011 to Jan 2015 Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Science and Mathematics Teachers sponsored by  - $1449999
    • Jan 2011 to Jan 2013 Math, Science, and Technology Teacher Preparation Academy sponsored by  - $200000
    • Jan 2011 to Jan 2011 ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $25000
    • Jan 2011 to Jan 2011 Governor's Science and Technology Champions Academy sponsored by  - $110000
    • Jan 2008 to Present Math & Science Teacher Scholarship Program sponsored by  - $150000
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2013 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program sponsored by  - $749565
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2013 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, Supplement sponsored by  - $149400
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2010 ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $50000
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2009 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $80000
    • Jan 2008 to Jan 2008 UTeach Proposal Preparation Grant sponsored by  - $43000
    • Aug 2017 to Aug 2018 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $200000
    • Mar 2017 to Aug 2018 Southwest Regional Dialogue on Stimulating Research and Innovation for Preservice Education in High-Needs Schools sponsored by  - $50000
    • Jan 2017 to May 2018 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $50000
    • Jan 2009 to Jan 2014 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $1400000
    • Jan 2009 to Jan 2010 Math, Science, and Technology Teacher Preparation Academy sponsored by  - $350000
    • Jan 2009 to Jan 2010 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $80000
    • Jan 2010 to Jan 2011 Math, Science, and Technology Teacher Preparation Academy sponsored by  - $350000
    • Jan 2010 to Jan 2011 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $80000
    • Jan 2010 to Jan 2011 UTeach Arlington sponsored by  - $150000
    • Jan 2007 to Jan 2009 ExxonMobil UT Arlington Science Ambassadors sponsored by  - $25000
    • Jan 2007 to Jan 2008 ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp sponsored by  - $80000

Courses

      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-007 PHYSICAL SCIENCE - CHEMISTRY

        This physical science includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, kinetic theory, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions. This course is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to become elementary or middle school science teachers.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing. Prerequisite: SCIE 1101 or SCIE 1234 or concurrent enrollment; junior or senior standing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing. Prerequisite: SCIE 1101 or SCIE 1234 or concurrent enrollment; junior or senior standing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing. Prerequisite: SCIE 1101 or SCIE 1234 or concurrent enrollment; junior or senior standing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing. Prerequisite: SCIE 1101 or SCIE 1234 or concurrent enrollment; junior or senior standing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 4101-001 Scie 4101 - Special Topics in Composite Science

        This special seminar will focus on contemporary issues on integrated science topics, including reflections on science teaching experiences and contemporary critical issues in science education.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with four independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-007 PHYSICAL SCIENCE - CHEMISTRY

        This physical science includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, kinetic theory, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions. This course is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to become elementary or middle school science teachers.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 4101-001 SCIE 4101 - Special Topics in Composite Science

        This course is an overview of math, chemistry, and physics topics covered by the Texas Examination of Educator Standards.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-101 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-102 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-101 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-007 PHYSICAL SCIENCE - CHEMISTRY

        This physical science course includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 4101-001 Scie 4101 - Special Topics in Composite Science

        This course is an overview of math, chemistry, and physics topics covered by the Texas Examination of Educator Standards.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-101 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3301-600 Physical Science - Physics

        This integrated study of physics and chemistry includes force and motion, waves, thermodynamics energy transformations, and quantum physics. This course is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to become elementary or middle school science teachers.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4343-102 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3305-600 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

        Topics include interrelationships among biotic and abiotic factors within habitats, ecosystems, and biomes and the energy flow through environmental systems. This course is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to become elementary or middle school science teachers.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4343-001 Research Methods

        The purpose of this course is to present UTeach students with the tools scientists use to solve scientific problems. These tools enable scientists to develop new knowledge and insights, the most important of which are eventually presented in textbooks and taught in more conventional science classes. These tools include: design of experiments to answer scientific questions; use of statistics to interpret experimental results and deal with sampling errors; mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena; finding and reading articles in the current scientific literature; applying scientific arguments in matters of social importance; writing scientific papers; reviewing scientific papers; oral presentation of scientific work; use of probes and computers to gather and analyze data; ethical treatment of human subjects; laboratory safety. Research Methods is primarily a laboratory course, and most of these topics are developed in connection with 4 independent inquiries UTeach students design and carry out. Written inquiries will be evaluated as examples of scientific writing.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 4101-001 Scie 4101 - Special Topics in Composite Science

        This course is an overview of math, chemistry, and physics topics covered by the Texas Examination of Educator Standards.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-600 Physical Science - Chemistry

        This physical science course includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-700 Physical Science - Chemistry

        This physical science course includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3310-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3310-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4392-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4305-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4305-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4391-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4391-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4392-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3310-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3310-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4305-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4392-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4392-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4391-031 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PHYS 4391-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • GEOL 4305-032 Research Methods

        This course will enable UTeach students to experience hands-on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. There will be a focus on the mathematics used by scientists in the way that scientists use it. Students will engage in designing experiments, formulating hypotheses, collecting data, using statistics, reading and evaluating the scientific literature, writing and reviewing scientific papers, and making oral presentations of scientific research. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-600 PHYSICAL SCIENCE - CHEMISTRY

        This physical science course includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3301-007 Scie 3301-007

        This integrated study of physics and chemistry includes force and motion, waves, thermodynamics energy transformations, and quantum physics. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

        Winter - Intersession - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CHEM 4392-032 Chem 4392-032

        Primarily a laboratory course where students develop and practice skills that are fundamental to the scientific enterprise. Research Methods emphasizes the development of skills that are directly applicable in teaching secondary science and mathematics (e.g. use of equipment, preparation of lab materials, safety issues, use of technology).

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • SCIE 3302-600 Scie 3302-600

        This physical science includes atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, kinetic theory, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions.

      • SCIE 5356-001 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
        Study of advanced atomic structure and bonding concepts, acid-base theory, kinetics and equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and the chemistry of some elements. The course will be supplemented with laboratory demonstrations devoted to chemical problem solving, library and internet resources, chemical ethics etc. This course is intended for M.A. in Interdisciplinary Science majors, and may not be taken for credit for M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry or any other College of Science discipline. Prerequisite: SCIE 5355.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 3301-007 PHYSICAL SCIENCE - PHYSICS
        No Description Provided.
        Winter - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5355-001 Chemistry Principles 1
        The fundamentals of atomic structure, chemical bonding, the periodic table, nomenclature, gas laws, chemical equations, and solutions. The course will be supplemented with laboratory demonstrations devoted to chemical problem-solving, library and Internet resources, chemical ethics, etc.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5357-001 Intro to Organic and Biochemistry
        Survey of organic and biochemistry with emphasis on application to the human body. Organic functional groups and nomenclature, organic reactions, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, metabolism, and nucleic acids.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5356-001 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 3301-001 Physical Science- Chemistry Fall 2011
        No Description Provided.
        Winter - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5301-001 CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE
        This class will review modern topical areas in contemporary science from a bRdly multidisciplinary view. Readings from popular and scientific journals will be combined with lectures from different disciplines, to review the newest science innovations. Materials presented will familiarize students with current research, major breakthroughs in various fields, and the foundational science behind the discoveries. Topics covered should enrich K-12 science curricula and help teachers to address student questions about breaking science news. This class is intended for M.A. in Science majors, and may not be taken for credit for the M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in the College of Science.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 3301-001 Physical Science- Chemistry Fall 2011
        This integrated study of physics and chemistry includes force and motion, waves, thermodynamics energy transformations, and quantum physics.
        Winter - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • SCIE 5357-001 Intro to Organic and Biochemistry
        Survey of organic and biochemistry with emphasis on application to the human body. Organic functional groups and nomenclature, organic reactions, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, metabolism, and nucleic acids. This course is intended for M.A. in Interdisciplinary Science majors, and may not be taken for credit for M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry or any other College of Science discipline. Prerequisite: SCIE 5355, SCIE 5356.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 3301-001 Physical Science- Chemistry Fall 2011
        No Description Provided.
        Summer - Regular Academic Session - 2010 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5356-001 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010 Download Syllabus
      • SCIE 5355-001 Chemistry Principles 1
        Chemical principles and classroom applications for Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Science students.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • SCIE 5356-001 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY II
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009 Download Syllabus