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Awards & Recognition

Co Authors:

Tracie M. Addy
Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning and Scholarship
Lafayette College

Derek Dube
Department of Biology
University of Saint Joseph

Jonathan O. Nardolilli

Catlilli Games

Catherine Croft

Catlilli Games

Orville C. Paynter

Catlilli Games

Alex J. Sadowski

Catlilli Games

Michael Petersen

Catlilli Games

Rumin Aidun

Catlilli Games


We are a recipient of a 2004 National Dissemination grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Undergraduate Education and has been cited as a source for model case studies by the National Research Council and the American Association for the Advancement of Science



Keywords: 2004 National Dissemination grant, National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education, NSF, National Science Digital Library, NSDL, American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, National Research Council, NRC, Biology2010
Topical Area: web20
Educational Level: web20
Formats: web20
Type/Method: web20
Language: web20
Subject Headings: Biology (General)   Cell Biology   Medicine (General)   Microbiology  
Date Posted: 3/5/2010
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The following video(s) are recommended for use in association with this case study.

  Spillover: Zika, Ebola and Beyond
This documentary captures public health concerns from several infectious disease outbreaks that spilled over from animals to humans including the 2014 Ebola virus outbreak. Running time: 55:56 min. Produced by Tangled Bank Studios, 2016.

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