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Annette Cabe

High School Teacher
Science Department
Rabun County High School
Tiger, Georgia 30576
acabe@rabun.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

I would love to use these resources for my AP Biology and my Honors Biology classes.

Casey Calhoun

High School Teacher
Science
Colonial High School
Orlando, Florida 32807
casey.calhoun@ocps.net
Subject: Biology

My intended use of the case study program is to enrich student learning in biology. I intend for students to read and interpret case studies, which should increase reading achievement and foster real-world interest in the subject.

Alison Callaghan

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Zurich International School
Zurich, Switzerland
acallaghan@zis.ch
Subject: Biology

Brendan Callahan

Assistant Profesor
School of Education
Ferris State University
Big Rapids, Michigan 49307
callahb1@ferris.edu
Subject: Science Education

My use centers on a subset of case studies called socio-scientific issues. They are cases with a particular moral or ethical dimension to them. I believe that these cases and issues can provide a great number of benefits to students of all ages.

Kevin Callahan

Assistant Professor
Chemistry Department
St. John Fisher College
Rochester, New York 14618
kcallahan@sjfc.edu
Subject: Biochemistry

I am a first year teacher who is very interested in incorporating active learning techniques such as case studies into my classroom.

Sena Camarata

High School Teacher
Science
Oliver M. Hazen High School
Renton, Washington 98059
sena.camarata@rentonschools.us
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

I will be using case studies for inquiry learning in AP Environmental Science.

Irene M. Camargo

Instructor
Natural Sciences
Bluegrass Community & Technical College
Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 40342-9465
irene.camargo@kctcs.edu
Subject: Biology

I have used case studies in Anatomy & Physiology II labs and would like to integrate them into the lecture portion of A&P I and II. Case studies are a terrific vehicle for nurturing and supporting critical thinking skills in students.

Philip Camill

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Bowdoin College
Brunswick, Maine 04011
pcamill@bowdoin.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environmental Science

I use cases in my courses in ecology and environmental studies. I find interrupted journal article case methods are effective for upper-level courses. Several short, in-class cases or problems work well in larger introductory courses.

Lindsay Camm

High School Teacher
Science
Turpin High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45244
lindsaycamm@foresthills.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Terry Campbell

Professor
Accounting
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
Terrcamp@Indiana.edu
Subject: Accounting

Sara Cann

High School Teacher
Science
Hidden Valley High School
Roanoke, Virginia 24018
scann@rcs.k12.va.us
Subject: Biology

Kimberly Gilbert Cannon

Assistant Director
Medical Assisting
Guilford Technical Community College
Jamestown, North Carolina 27282
kgcannon@gtcc.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I teach a class titled Symptomatology, where the Medical Assisting student learns about different diseases, how to make decisions about scheduling a patient, and proper patient education. I hope this will provide an opportunity to move this class on-line for lab.

Linda Cannon

High School Teacher
Science
Rockdale County High School
Conyers, Georgia 30012
lcannon@rockdale.k12.ga.us
Subject: Science Education

I learned about case studies and your site at a workshop. I am currently teaching human anatomy, physiology and environmental science. I would utilize the case studies to enhance student knowledge of curriculum by engaging Socratic method and application.

David Canoy

Instructor
Biology/Chemistry
Chemeketa Community College
Salem, Oregon 97309-7070
david.canoy@chemeketa.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I use cases in my Human A&P course as well as a course I teach in pre-nursing chemistry. They allow students to investigate topics in greater detail and give them an opportunity to see the relevance of the information they are learning in class.

Lisa R. Cantwell

Assistant Professor
Biology
Wofford College
Spartanburg, SC
cantwelllr@wofford.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biological Inquiry, Biological Development

Viorel Capatina

High School Teacher
Humanities and Environmental Systems and Societies
ISS International School of Singapore
Singapore
vcapatina@iss.edu.sg
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I would like to use some of the case studies on your site in order to help students for their EEs and final exams. The case studies always explain better the different topics in my ESS class.

Susan C. Caplow

PhD Candidate
Carolina Population Center
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
scaplow@email.unc.edu

Thomas A. Cappaert

Associate Professor
Department of Physical Education and Sport
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 48859
cappa1ta@cmich.edu
Subject: Physical Education/Athletic Training

I use cases extensively in my exercise physiology, athletic injury assessment and rehabilitation, research methods, and statistics courses. I integrate cases with lecture material in content heavy courses and I use the team learning approach exclusively or partially depending on the course material. I use dilemma and directed cases that are based on actual events/patients and also on fictionalized events.

Trish Caraway

High School Teacher
Science
Rouse High School
Leander, Texas 78641
trish.caraway@leanderisd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology / Environmental Science

I use a CPS system of clickers in my class and would love to have these case studies to enhance my students' awareness and interest in science articles. I learned of this resource through a colleague who uses it regularly in class and it is a success.

Beth A. Carle

Associate Professor
Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Electromechanical Engineering Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York 14623-5603
carle@mail.rit.edu

Sigrid A. Carle

Professor
Biology Department
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, New York 14456
carle@hws.edu

Jerry Carley

Assistant Professor
Nursing
University of Southern Nevada
Henderson, Nevada 89014
jcarley@usn.edu
Subject: Health Professions

My major interest is in nursing education. However, I am also interested in simulation and case studies dealing with pharmacology and dentistry.

Jonathan Carlos

Associate Professor
Basic Sciences
Southern California University of Health Sciences
Whittier, California 90604
jonathancarlos@scuhs.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I currently use short clinical vignettes projected on the screen and ask students to discuss each case. The cases emphasize cranial nerves.

Lisa Carloye

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
carloye@elon.edu
Subject: Biology

I use cases in my introductory biology classes to teach ecological and evolutionary principles. I also draw upon cases to help teach students the scientific method and let them experience how science works.

Gary Carlson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Haines City High School
Haines City, Florida 33844
Mr.carlson@outlook.com
Subject: Biology

Ronald L. Carnell

Student
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
University of Washington Bothell
Bothell, Washington 98011

Linda Carozza

Associate Professor
Communication Science and Disorders
Pace University
New York, NY 10038
lcarozza@pace.edu
Subject: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Suzanne R. Carpenter

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Armstrong State University
Savannah, Georgia 31419
suzanne.carpenter@armstrong.edu

Lisa A. Carpino

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Anna Maria College
Paxton, Massachusetts 01612
lcarpino@annamaria.edu

Carol  Carr

Instructor
Biology
John Tyler Community College
Chester, VA 23831
ccar@jtcc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Courses Taught: Human Anatomy & Physioilogy I/II, Introductory Microbiology

James A. Carr

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409-3131
james.carr@ttu.edu

Lori M. Carris

Associate Professor
Department of Plant Pathology
Washington State University
Pullman, Washington 99164-6430
carris@wsu.edu
Subject: Plant Science / Plant Pathology / Biology

Margaret A. Carroll

Professor
Department of Biology
Framingham State College
Framingham, Massachusetts 01701
mcarroll@framingham.edu
Subject: Biology

Christine M. Carson

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Division of Biology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66502
CarsonCC@ksu.edu

Orianna Carter

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Ohio University Southern
Ironton, Ohio 45638
cartero@ohio.edu

Orianna Carter

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Ohio University Southern
Ironton, Ohio 45701
cartero@ohio.edu

Alexander Cartwright

Chancellor
Office of the Chancellor
University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri 65211

Subject: Engineering

Antonio Caruz

Professor
Genetics
Faculty of Sciencies, University of Jaen
Jaen, Spain
caruz@ujaen.es
Subject: Biology

Nelson Carvalho

Professor
Environmental Engineering
Faculty Area 1 - Grup DeVry
Salvador da Bahia, Brasil
nelsonvcf@hotmail.com
Subject: Chemical Engineering

I am very interested by the case study.

Merri Lynn Casem

Professor
Department of Biological Science
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, California 92834-6850
mcasem@fullerton.edu
Subject: Biology

Our department has made a commitment to revise our curriculum and make it more learner-centered. Case studies seem to be a good way to facilitate this change.

Giovanni Casotti

Professor
Department of Biology
West Chester University
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19383
gcasotti@wcupa.edu
Subject: Biology

Anne M. Casper

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
anne.casper@emich.edu
Subject: Biology

Megan Castro

High School Teacher
Science Department
Ed White Middle School
San Antonio, Texas 78218
scastr@neisd.net
Subject: Science Education

I am new to my position and am looking to build my teaching resources.

Christine M. Catney

Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
christine-catney@uiowa.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

Matt Cauchy

High School Teacher
Science Department / Physics
The Ross School
East Hampton, New York 11937
mcauchy@ross.org
Subject: Physics

I am looking for ways to increase student engagement in science. I would like to investigate if case studies make the subject matter more relevant.

Katie Cave

High School Teacher
Science Department
Central Catholic High School
Portland, Oregon
katiecave@centralcatholichigh.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Laurel C. Cepero

Graduate Student
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
laurel.cepero@du.edu

Maria P. Chadiarakou

Intern
Bioinformatics
National Center for Genome Resources
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
mhadres@ncgr.org

Katayoun Chamany

Associate Professor
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Eugene Lang College/ New School University
New York, New York 10011
chamanyk@newschool.edu
Subject: Biology

I teach in a multidisciplinary format incorporating societal aspects into the science curriculum and using real-life scenarios as vehicles to teach the basics of scientific method and applications of scientific research in biology and biotechnology. To make the material relevant to students, I have used cases in many formats, including books that contain cases (both fiction and non-fiction), in-class informal interrupted case work, student-written cases, and final exams and projects based on cases.

Chris Chamberlin

High School Teacher
A.P. Environmental Science
Amherst County High School
Amherst, Virginia 24521
cchamberlin@amherst.k12.va.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Using actual problems to further the skills and breadth of learning for my students seems natural. I've been trying to excite my students with actual issues that professionals would analyze as part of their jobs; case studies would fulfill that desire.

Brent Chambers

High School Teacher
Life Sciences
Bellevue C.S.D.
Bellevue, Iowa 52031
brentchambers@bellevue.k12.ia.us
Subject: Science Education

Courses Taught: Biology, Anatomy/Physiology, Forensics, Medical Terminology, Physical Science, Advanced Biology

Karen Chambers

Associate Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology & Communicative Disorders
Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
kchambers@saintmarys.edu
Subject: Psychology

I have incorporated active learning into my classes in a number of ways (student research projects, student-led discussions, debates) and believe that the case method is a powerful addition to these methods.

Srikripa Chandrasekaran

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
schandrasekaran@elon.edu
Subject: Biology

Discussing and sharing opinions is an excellent way of learning. So is expressing one's ideas in writing after thorough analysis of a case or a situation. Evaluating case studies gives a perspective to students that is applicable to real life.

Srikripa Chandrasekaran

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Furman University
Greenville, South Carolina 29613
srikripa.chandrasekaran@furman.edu

Susan B. Chaplin

Professor
Department of Biology
University of St. Thomas
St Paul, Minnesota 55105
sbchaplin@stthomas.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Elaine S. Chapman

Professor
Department of Biology
Illinois College
Jacksonville, Illinois 62650
chapman@ic.edu
Subject: Biology

Joni Seaton James Charles

Associate Professor of Economics
Department of Finance and Economics
Texas State University
San Marcos, Texas 78666
jc18@txstate.edu
Subject: Economics

Jameson F. Chase

Associate Professor
Department of Biology and Biological Sciences, Department of Cultural Environment and Global Studies
Salve Regina University
Newport, RI 02840
jameson.chace@salve.edu
Subject: Biology

Coursed Taught: General Biology, Non majors Environmental Science, Conservation Biology, Ecology, Evolution, Environmental Justice, Natural Resource Management, Tropical Biology

Pradeep Chaudhry

Head
Silviculture Division
Arid Forest Research Institute
Jodhpur-342005, India
pradeep@icfre.org
Subject: Agricultural Science/Forestry

I was awarded a PhD degree for a case study entitled "Valuing Recreational Benefits of Urban Forestry—A Case Study of Chandigarh City." This planned city of India is well known for its parks, gardens, boulevards, etc.

Miquella G. Chavez

Executive Director
Research Triangle MRSEC
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina 27708
Miquella.Chavez@duke.edu

Naowarat (Ann) Cheeptham

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Thompson Rivers University
Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
ncheeptham@tru.ca
Subject: Biology

Brian Chen

Instructor
Applied Health Science
School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
brichen@indiana.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I am interested in using case studies during discussion sections.

Kuei-Chiu Chen

Director, Instructional Laboratories
Senior Lecturer, Premedical Program
Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar
Doha, Qatar
kuc2005@qatar-med.cornell.edu

Ling Chen

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Science Department
Borough of Manhattan Community College / City University of New York
New York, New York 10007
lchen@bmcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Xiaojia Chen

High School Teacher
BASIS Chandler
Chandler, Arizona 85225
margaret.chen@basischandler.org
Subject: Chemistry

Yolanda H. Chen

Associate Professor
Department of Plant and Soil Science
The University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont 05405
yolanda.chen@uvm.edu

Christopher J. Cheng

Graduate Student
Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695

Ye Chen-Izu

Assistant Professor
Departments of Pharmacology, Biomedical Engineering, and Medicine
University of California Davis
Davis, California 95616
ychenizu@ucdavis.edu
Subject: Medicine

My experience as a biomedical researcher has shown me that traditional methods of teaching science are inadequate in preparing students to solve real world problems. Cases can help students model the discovery process used by researchers.

Kristin Chenoweth

High School Teacher
Ridgeview Junior-Senior High School
Colfax, Illinois 61728
kchenoweth@ridgeview19.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to be able to use case studies in my classroom. I think it will give my students a chance to actively work on and think about the material I teach them in a new way.

Barry Chess

Professor
Natural Sciences Division
Pasadena City College
Pasadena, California 91106
bxchess@pasadena.edu
Subject: Biology

H. Tak Cheung

Professor of Microbiology
Biology Department
Illinois State University
Normal, Illinois 61790-4120
htcheung@ilstu.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I have included case studies in the textbook for our non-majors introductory biology course because good storytelling engages students. I plan to expand the use of case studies for the non-majors course through NSF funding.

Mary Beth Cheversia

High School Teacher
Thornton High School
Thornton, Colorado 80229-3532
mary.b.cheversia@adams12.org
Subject: Biology

Alan Cheville

Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837
alan.cheville@bucknell.edu
Subject: Engineering

I have adapted the case study technique to provide relevance in a series of hands-on laboratories in undergraduate photonics. The case studies involve building an actual device, and stretch over a 3–5 week period.

Amina Chghtai

Lecturer
Food and Nutrition
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
Lahore, Pakistan
chughtai.amina@uvas.edu.pk
Subject: Nutrition

Karunanithy  Chinnadurai

Assistant Professor
Food and Nutrition
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, WI 54751
chinnaduraik@uwstout.edu
Subject: Food Science

Courses Taught: Food Engineering, Unit Operations in Food Processing, Food Quality, New Food Product Development, Food Preservation Technology, Food Packaging, Dairy Engineering, Physical Properties of Biological Materials, Environmental Engineering

Betty Jo Chitester

Assistant Professor
Chemistry Department
Gannon University
Erie, Pennsylvania 16541
chitester@gannon.edu

Sherri Chiu

High School Teacher
Warwick Veterans Memorial High School
Warwick, Rhode Island 02889
chius@warwickschools.org
Subject: Biology

Jeanne Ting Chowning

Associate Executive Director
Rainier Scholars
Seattle, Washington 98144-4646
jchowning@rainierscholars.org
Subject: Biology

Cherie Chrisco

High School Teacher
Science Department
Pensacola High School
Pensacola, Florida 32504
cchrisco@escambia.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using these resources as part of curriculum enhancement, reinforcement, and formative assessments.

Catherine Christensen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lowell High School
San Francisco, California 94132
christensenc@sfusd.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the case studies to help students learn how to think and apply information they have learned. I became interested in the case studies after using the case study, "The Mystery of the Seven Deaths," with my high school biology class.

Teresa Christensen

High School Teacher
Biology
Mustang High School
Mustang, Oklahoma 73064
Christensent@mustangps.org

Lori Christerson

High School Teacher
Science
Bishop Brady High School
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
lchristerson@bishopbrady.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies because I believe that stories are relevant to the students and generate much more involvement during class discussions.

Amanda J. Chunco

Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Studies
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
achunco@elon.edu

Jamie Church

High School Teacher
Science Department
Myrtle Beach High School
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
jchurch001@horrycountyschools.net
Subject: Biology

I teach primarily marine science but also have sections of biology/physical science at any given time. I was introduced to this site at a conference and would love to use it mostly in my marine science class when dealing with environmental issues.

Sergio Cifuentes

Professor
Physiology Department
Universidad Cuauhtemoc Campus San Luís Potosí
drcifuentes.urg@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology / Emergency Medicine

Christine Clark

High School Teacher
Vancouver Home Connection
Vancouver, Washington 98664
christine.clark@vansd.org
Subject: Biology

I learned about applications of case studies in science classrooms during a graduate level course, and am interested in accessing more case studies to implement in my classroom.

Elizabeth Clark

Department of Biology
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri 63130

Joel Clark

Undergraduate Student
Undergraduate
Becker College
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609

Thomas E. Clark

High School Teacher
Science
Madeira High School
Madeira, Ohio 45243
TClark@madeiracityschools.org
Subject: Chemistry / Physics/ Earth Science / Intergrated Science

I am interested in anything related to Integrated Science (Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science). Also interested in the use of case studies to encourage critical thinking among students.

Jennifer Clarke

High School Teacher
Science - Chemistry and Biology
Penncrest High School
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
jclarke@rtmsd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would love to incorporate more authentic activities in my classroom, both in the human biology classroom and chemistry classes. I believe students learn best when their activities reflect the real world.

Nancy Cleburn

High School Teacher
Jefferson High School
Rockford, Illinois 61107
nancy.cleburn@rps205.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am new to AP environmental science & will use case studies in this class, as recommended by institute instructor!

Caren Cleckley

High School Teacher
Science Department
High School for Sports Mangagement
New York, New York 11214
ccleckley@schools.nyc.gov

William H. Cliff

Professor
Department of Biology
Niagara University
Lewiston, New York 14019
bcliff@niagara.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am interested in problem-based learning, computer-based instruction, case studies on human anatomy and physiology, and case studies in high school biology.

Paula Cobos

Undergraduate Student
School of Natural Sciences / Biological Sciences
Kean University
Union, New Jersey 07083

Subject: Biology

Kelly M. Cobourn

Assistant Professor
Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
kellyc13@vt.edu
Subject: Environment

Ashley Coffelt

Department of Chemistry
Missouri State University
Springfield, Missouri 65897

John G. Cogan

Auxiliary Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The University of Ohio
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1340
cogan.1@osu.edu

Jeffrey Scott Coker

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
jcoker@elon.edu
Subject: Biology

Nicole Coker

High School Teacher
Science Department
Bob Jones
Madison, Alabama 35758
ncoker@madisoncity.k12.al.us
Subject: Biology

I plan on using the case studies as extensions of topics covered in my high school genetics course. I think the case studies will make the topics more interesting to students and therefore help them master the information.

Erin Colbert-White

Instructor
Psychology Department
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
colbere@uga.edu
Subject: Psychology

I am very eager to use the case method in the fall in my Introduction to Psychology course. O have been using mini cases in research design. I was told about your case database from a graduate student colleague.

Jeanette Collette

High School Teacher
Science
Commack High School
Commack, New York 11725
jcollette@commack.k12.ny.us
Subject: Biology

Parks Collins

Instructor
Natural Science
Mitchell Community College
Statesville, North Carolina 28677
pcollins@mitchellcc.edu
Subject: Biology

Chuck Collis

High School Teacher
Science Department
Clayton High School
Clayton, Missouri 63105
charlescollis@claytonschools.net
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I like to use case studies to encourage student engagement with course material at the conceptual level. While knowing information is great, I'm more interested in students applying their understandings to the world around us.

Joseph C. Colosi

Associate Professor
Biology Department
DeSales University
Center Valley, Pennsylvania 18034
jcc0@desales.edu
Subject: Biology

I use cases in my non-majors botany/science class to illustrate how science is done, in place of lectures to teach environmental science, and to cover diseases in my microbiology class. I find that students are more interested and participate more fully when I use case study discussions instead of lectures.

Christa Colyer

Professor and Chair
Department of Chemistry
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27109
colyercl@wfu.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I use case study teaching to supplement conventional lectures and/or to introduce students to new material in general chemistry, analytical biochemistry, instrumental analysis, and electrochemistry.

Jeneissy Comas

Adjunct Instructor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199
jcoma001@fiu.edu

Gerald F. Combs, Jr

Professor Emeritus
Division of Nutritional Sciences
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14850
gfc2@cornell.edu

Stephen T. Comeau

Professor
Biology
Massasoit Community College
Brockton, Massachusetts 0230
scomeau@massasoit.mass.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I find the case studies to be extremely useful. I use them for classroom discussions and also for homework assignments.

Hallie M. Comfort

Student
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

Joanna Condon

High School Teacher
Biology and Biomedical Science
California High School
San Ramon, California 94583
jcondon@calhigh.net
Subject: Biology

I am implementing HaSPI's Medical Biology curriculum and want to enhance my biological sciences teaching practice.

Maria-Elena Conin

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Sandra J. Connelly

Assistant Professor
Thomas H. Gosnell School of Life Sciences
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York 14623-5603
sandra.connelly@rit.edu

Patricia Conner

High School Teacher
Science
Chancellor High school
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407
pconner@spotsylvania.k12.va.us

Carol R. Connery

Nursing Faculty
School of Nursing
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518
carol.connery@quinnipiac.edu

Jane Marantz Connor

Associate Professor Emeritus
Psychology Department
Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York 13902
jconnor@binghamton.edu
Subject: Psychology

Bernadette Connors

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Dominican College of Blauvelt
Orangeburg, New York 10962
bernadette.connors@dc.edu
Subject: Biology

I am a big proponent of using case studies, clicker cases, and intimate debates in all of my classes. I have used numerous cases published by NCCSTS. Students find them useful in reinforcing concepts learned in lecture.

Juanita Constible

Special Projects Director
Climate and Clean Air Program
Natural Resources Defense Council
Washington, D.C. 20005
jconstible@nrdc.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Stephen Contakes

Assistant Professor
Chemistry Department
Westmont College
Santa Barbara, California 93108
scontakes@westmont.edu
Subject: Chemistry

David Contreras

High School Teacher
Biology
Ralston High School
Ralston, Nebraska 68127
david_contreras@ralstonschools.org
Subject: Biology

Christal G. Cook

Adjunct Professor
Adult & Graduate Studies-Nursing
Oklahoma Wesleyan University
Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006
ccook@okwu.edu
Subject: Nursing

Case studies have been empirically proven to improve critical thinking skills in the adult student population by connecting the subject matter to the students individual practice experiences and engages the students' interest in the topic.

Jodi Cook

Student Teacher / Graduate Student
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
jodicook0808@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I have little experience with the case study method; however, I'm currently taking an assessments course and we are exploring different ways of assessment and I'm interested in the case study method.

Jonathan Cook

Chemistry Department
Cuyamaca College
El Cajon, California 92019

Subject: Chemistry

Robin Cook Hill

Assistant Professor
Natural Science
The University of Virginia's College at Wise
Wise, Virginia 24293
rch5g@uvawise.edu
Subject: Biology

Most of my students are pre-professionals and so I am interested in providing them with real-life situations they may encounter. I also want them to develop analysis and applications skills, not just rote memorization.

Sandra L. Cooke

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
High Point University
High Point, North Carolina 27262
scooke@highpoint.edu

Jacqueline Coomes

Associate Professor of Mathematics Education
Department of Mathematics
Eastern Washington University
Cheney, Washington 99004
jcoomes@ewu.edu

LaKeitha  Copeland-Johnson

High School Teacher
Science
LaGrange High School
LaGrange, GA 30240
johnsonlc@troup.org
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Subjects Taught: Environmental Science

Rebecca M. Cordani

School of Nursing
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518

Christina Cormier

Student
Health Education
Springfield College
Springfield, Massachusetts 01109
ccormier@spfldcol.edu
Subject: Health Education / Food Science

This is a great variation for high school students, especially dealing with nutrition, as it builds on their pre-existing knowledge.

Cynthia Cornelissen

Professor
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0678
cncornel@vcu.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I am designing a case-based microbiology course for first year medical students. Lessons are to focus on "engaged learning" and thus the case studies on this site might be particularly useful.

Robyn (Patsy) Cornelius

Assistant Professor
Nursing Program
University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72913
pcorneli@uafortsmith.edu
Subject: Nursing

Cases are especially helpful as a review guide and as a unit introduction. I believe in supporting the lecture form of instruction with visual aids that encourage cognitive learning. I feel the case method fits well with that.

Kathleen A. Cornely

Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Providence College
Providence, Rhode Island 02918
kcornely@providence.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Misti Coronel

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Necmi Coskun

High School Teacher
Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology
Paterson, New Jersey
coskunnecmi@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Christina Costa

High School Teacher
Science
Newark Valley High School
Newark Valley, NY
ccosta@nvcs.stier.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology, Chemistry

Erica Cottrel

High School Teacher
Biology
Deep Creek High
Chesapeake, Virginia 23323
Erica.Cottrell@cpshools.com
Subject: Biology

I would love to use the case studies to spark the interest of my students, reinforce information, and open doors to discuss more in-depth topics.

Brett C. Couch

Senior Instructor
Departments of Botany and Zoology
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6T 1Z4
bcouch@mail.ubc.ca

Nancy Coulson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Mount Vernon High School
Mount Vernon, Washington 98273
ncoulson@mv.k12.wa.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like my students to be able to have realistic case studies as well as the memorization of body parts. These case studies would address this issue.

Stephanie Coulter

High School Teacher
Science
Springfield Catholic High School
Springfield, Missouri 65809
scoulter@scspk12.org
Subject: Biology

I have not had much experience using case studies in my classes, but am looking to use them when appropriate. I'm most interested in using them in my AP Environmental Science class to help students see applications of what we are learning in class.

Caitlin Courtright

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
K.D. Waldo Middle School
Aurora, Illinois 60505
ccourtright@d131.org

Elisa C. Cousins

High School Teacher
Campbell High School
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
mscuzcuz@gmail.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment / Environmental Science

I have used your "Caribou Conundrum" case study in my Environmental Science classes.

Richard Cowlishaw

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Southwestern College
Winfield, Kansas 67156
Richard.Cowlishaw@sckans.edu
Subject: Biology

Elizabeth Cox

High School Teacher
Science Department
Granada Hills Charter High School
Granada Hills, California 91344
bcox@ghchs.com
Subject: Biology

My interest in the case study method focuses on the need to bring real-world experiences into the science classroom. I would like to reinforce inquiry-based learning to spark a greater interest in science/biology at the high school level.

Jason Coy

Associate Professor
History Department
College of Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina 29424
coyj@cofc.edu
Subject: History

Cassy L. Cozine

Assistant Professor of Biology
Department of Biology
Coe College
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
ccozine@coe.edu
Subject: Biology

Kevin Cram

High School Teacher
Science
Lake View High School
Chicago, Illinois 60613
kdcram@cps.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in using case studies as literacy supports for my chemistry course. I am also interested in cross-curricular resources, which many of the cases I have seen appear to cover many science content areas.

Anthony J. Creaco

Associate Professor
Department of Science
Borough of Manhattan Community College / City University of New York
New York, New York 10007
acreaco@bmcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Physics

Cathryn Crego

High School Teacher
Science Department
John F. Kennedy Memorial High School
Iselin, New Jersey 08830
cathryn.crego@woodbridge.k12.nj.us
Subject: Biology

I'm using these in a classroom where we provide in-class support for special education students. I've modified the Prairie Garden clicker case to teach students about environmental decision making and how values are applied when making such decisions.

Gwynn Crittenden

Instructor
School of Teaching, Learning and Leadership
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida 32816-1250
gwyndolyn.crittenden@ucf.edu
Subject: Science Education

I would like to use the case studies to help teacher candidates with effective lessons for teaching biology, chemistry, and physics in middle and high school. I was searching for lessons in macromolecules when I came upon your site.

Catherine Croft

Chief Executive Officer
Catlilli Games
Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Stephen R. Cronin

Professor
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Ave Maria University
Ave Maria, Florida 34142-9505
stephen.cronin@avemaria.edu
Subject: Biology

Heather Crooks

High School Teacher
Science Department
Richard Pfaff Secondary Alternate Program
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6E5 Canada
heather.crooks@ocdsb.ca
Subject: Biology

I'd like to move towards more inquiry-based learning in all of my high school level science classes. I'm hoping that working with case studies will enhance student understanding and interest.

Rachelle H. Crosbie-Watson

Professor
Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology
University of California Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-7239
rcrosbie@physci.ucla.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case study method in my course on mechanisms and therapies of disease, which focuses on muscle diseases as a model system.

Michael Cross

Instructor
Natural Sciences
Northern Essex Community College
Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830
mcross@necc.mass.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I am a relatively new full-time instructor at a community college. I am striving to make my chemistry classes more interactive and applicable to real life. I believe that using case studies is a huge step in the right direction.

Lora Crowe

Assistant Professor
Nursing
Georgia College and State University
Macon, Georgia 30210
lora.crowe@gcsu.edu
Subject: Nursing

I teach in our graduate programs and use PBL and case study approaches.I have found that PBL and case studies help the students critically think and apply what they have learned to real world experiences.

Ashley Crowley

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lewis and Clark High School
ashleyc@spokaneschools.org
Subject: Biology

Casey Crumpton

High School Teacher
Science
Childersburg High School
Childersburg, Alabama 35044
ccrumpton@tcboe.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Flavia Cruz

High School Teacher
Biology
Ansonia High School
Ansonia, Connecticut 06402
fcruz@ansonia.org
Subject: Biology

Shianna Cruz

Undergraduate Student
Undergraduate
Becker College
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609

Mariela Cruz Calderón

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University
Squamish, BC, Canada, V8B 0N8

Eduardo Cruz-Hinojoza

Undergraduate Student
Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92697

Math P. Cuajungco

Associate Professor
Biological Science
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, California 92831
mcuajungco@fullerton.edu
Subject: Neuroscience

I use real-life, clinical case studies in my Neurobiology class to complement the lecture materials. The use of case studies has proven to be very effective in learning as well as stimulating interests in many aspects of neuroscience and biomedicine.

Dawn Cummings

Assistant Professor
Center for Math and Science
Community College of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80217-3363
dawn.cummings@ccd.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary P. Curtis

Associate Professor
College of Nursing
Barnes Jewish College - Goldfarb School of Nursing
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
mcurtis@bjc.org
Subject: Nursing

I have used case studies in all of my nursing classes. I became interested in case studies because I like to utilize a variety of integrative teaching strategies in my classes.

Lora Cyr

High School Teacher
Biology
York High School
York, Maine 03909
lcyr@yorkschools.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case studies as an inquiry activity in my honors biology class. Having students analyze the data and collaborate to come up with conclusions to the studies is a great way for me to reinforce vocabulary and content in my class.