Event Title

Keynote Address: "Changing Pedagogy in STEM Instruction: Contextualized instruction in STEM-related fields"

Location

Auditorium

Start Date

4-3-2016 8:15 AM

End Date

4-3-2016 9:00 AM

Description

Bio continued:

Prior to joining the Biotechnology Department at Madison College in 2008, Dr. Tubon held a position at the University of Madison, Wisconsin in the department of Medical Genetics as an NIH-awarded research fellow. His interests focused on neurodegenerative diseases and aging-related disorders which resulted in several high profile peer-reviewed publications.

Dr. Tubon holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from Stony Brook University and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and a BS in Molecular Biology from San Diego State University.

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Program:

  • Welcome - José M. Torres, Ph.D., President
  • Introduction of Keynote Speaker: Dora Phillips, Director of Statewide Educator Initiatives [0:07:19]
  • Keynote Speaker: Dr. Thomas Tubon, National Science Foundation [0:12:04]

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Keynote Address: "Changing Pedagogy in STEM Instruction: Contextualized instruction in STEM-related fields"

Auditorium

Bio continued:

Prior to joining the Biotechnology Department at Madison College in 2008, Dr. Tubon held a position at the University of Madison, Wisconsin in the department of Medical Genetics as an NIH-awarded research fellow. His interests focused on neurodegenerative diseases and aging-related disorders which resulted in several high profile peer-reviewed publications.

Dr. Tubon holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from Stony Brook University and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and a BS in Molecular Biology from San Diego State University.