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Jeremy Hackett

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Camosun College
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
hackettj@camosun.bc.ca
Subject: Biology

I am new to case studies but look forward to using them in class.

Tom L. Haffie

Lecturer
Department of Biology
Western University
London, Ontario N6A 3K7, Canada
thaffie@uwo.ca

Lisa D. Hager

Associate Professor
Psychology Department
Spring Hill College
Mobile, Alabama 36608
lhager@shc.edu
Subject: Psychology

I’m trying to use and develop cases to fit into those areas that I think are more difficult or less interesting for students, such as research methods, the complexity of human behavior, and the history of psychology.

Rodney Hagley

Lecturer
Department of Biology and Marine Biology
University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403-5915
hagleyr@uncw.edu
Subject: Biology

Karen Hagood

High School Teacher
Science
Lake Region High School
Eagle Lake, Florida 33839
karen.hagood@polk-fl.net
Subject: Biology

I will be teaching AP Biology next year and would like to utilize some of the case studies in my lessons.

Mackenzie A. Hahn

Nursing Student
School of Nursing
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Lubbock, Texas 79430

Naqibullah  Haidary

Instructor
Health and Science
Stratford University
Church, VA 22043
nhaidary@stratford.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses taught: Anatomy and Physiology

Bryan Hains

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education
Department of Community and Leadership Development
University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky 40546-0215
bryan.hains@uky.edu
Subject: Agricultural Science/Forestry

Dawn Hains

Independent Educational Consultant

Lindsay Hall

GATE Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Odyssey Middle School
San Mateo, California 94402
lindsay@odysseyms.org
Subject: Science Education

Megan Hall

High School Teacher
Biology
Open World Learning Community
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
megan.hall@spps.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in establishing connections to social issues in AP Biology.

Timothy Hall

High School Teacher
Science Department
Nipmuc Regional High School
Upton, Masschusetts 01568
thall@mursd.org
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

Tomika M. Haller

Graduate Student
Center for Conservation Medicine
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
North Grafton, Massachusetts 01536
tomikamarie@gmail.com

Mary Halsall

Adjunct Professor
Science Department
Mariemont High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
mhalsall@mariemontschools.org
Subject: Biology

Malai Haniti Sh. Abd. Hamid

Instructor
Faculty of Science
Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Jalan Tungku Link, Gadong, BE 1410
haniti.hamid@ubd.edu.bn
Subject: Chemistry

The case study method is new for me. This is the first time I've used this website and I'm happy you have some examples for Organic Chemistry, which is usually difficult to find over the internet, and I am very interested to use some of them in my teaching.

Ashley Hamlin

High School Teacher
Science Department
Central Valley High School
Spokane Valley, WA 99037
ahamlin@cvsd.org
Subject: Biology

Janis Hammer

Associate Director / Professor of Animal Science
Animal Science
Animal Behavior Institute
Durham, North Carolina 27705
support@animaledu.com
Subject: Animal Science

A. L. (Tom) Hammett

Professor
Sustainable Biomaterials 3. School:
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061
himal@vt.edu
Subject: Sustainable Biomaterials, Agriculture, Sustainable Development, Forestry

Subjects Taught: World Forestry, Green Business, Bio-energy, Humans and the Environment

Samantha Hammon

High School Teacher
Science
Moore High School
Moore, Oklahoma 73160
samanthahammon@mooreschools.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Karen Hammond

High School Teacher
Science
George Walton Academy
Monroe, Georgia 30655
khammond@gwa.com
Subject: Chemistry

Paul A. Hammond

Horticulture Department
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907

Kerry Hand

High School Teacher
Science Department
Rye Country Day School
Rye, New York 10580
kerry_hand@ryecountryday.org
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

Corey A. Handelsman

Graduate Student
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1878
CHandelsman@gmail.com

Emily Handley

High School Teacher
Biology
Trinity Colligiate School
Darlington, South Carolina 29532
EHandley@tcstitans.org
Subject: Biology

Ron Hanestad

High School Teacher
Science
Prairie Farm High School
Prairie Farm, Wisconsin 54762
hanestad@prairiefarm.k12.wi.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Erin Hanley

High School Teacher
Oakland Technical High School
Oakland, California 94611
erin.hanley@ousd.k12.ca.us
Subject: Biology

Jessica Hanley

High School Teacher
Science Department
Chaminade-Julienne High School
jhanley@cjeagles.org
Subject: Biology

I want to connect curriculum with ways it's used in real life.

Kristina Hannam

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
SUNY Geneseo
Geneseo, New York 14454
hannam@geneseo.edu
Subject: Biology

Judy Hanscom

Instructor
Nursing
Riverland Community College
Austin, Minnesota 55912
judy.hanscom@riverland.edu
Subject: Nursing

Case studies are used in nursing curriculum to improve concept based learning.

Cheryl Hansen

High School Teacher
Science
Holton Arms School
Bethesda, MD 20817
cheryl.hansen@holton-arms.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: AP Biology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Forensics

Shakura Haqque

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lincoln Park High School
Chicago, Illinois 60614
sbhaqque@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Case studies fit into my teaching philosophy by providing students with a chance to use critical thinking while putting the information they use in freshman high school biology into a context of a real life situation.

Edith Hardcastle

Associate Professor
Biology Department
University of Southern Indiana
Evansville, Indiana 47712
elhardcast@usi.edu
Subject: Biology

I am on a departmental committee to investigate the improvement of our introductory biology sequence for majors. We are currently exploring the possible use of peer-led workshops in lieu of one-hour of lecture or possibly laboratory.

Heather K.L. Harden

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University Canada
Squamish, British Columbia, Canada

Tammy Hardin

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Colfax Junior/Senior High
Colfax, Washington 99111
MrsHBiology@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

The idea of teaching with case studies was brought up at a conference on high school science I attended last Fall. As a new interactive approach to biology I intend to use case studies to supplement the lesson plan.

Andy Hargarten

Nursing Teaching Assistant
College of Nursing
UW-Milwaukee
hargart2@uwm.edu

Hegyesi  Hargita

Associate Professor
Genetics Cell and Immunobiology
Semmelweis University
Budapest, Hungary
hegyesi.hargita@med.semmelweis-univ.hu
Subject: Medicine

Courses taught: Human genetics and genomics

Jeff Haring

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lapeer East High School
Lapeer, Michigan 48446
jharing@lapeerschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

I am an inquiry based method supporter. I love using these types of avenues to engage my audience and have a collaborative forum.

Arjan Harjani

High School Teacher / Science Department Chair
Science and Medical Focus Program
Providence High School
Burbank, California 91505
arjan.harjanimd@providencehigh.org

Amy T. Hark

Professor
Biology Department
Muhlenberg College
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
amyhark@muhlenberg.edu

Lucinda Harms

Instructor
Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
lucinda-harms@uiowa.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

We use PBL in our pharmacy practice lab. We are expanding the use of "group learning" techniques to include pharmacy math and compounding of pharmaceutical dosage forms.

Elizabeth Harper

Adjunct Professor
Biology Department
Monmouth University
West Long Branch, New Jersey
eharper@monmouth.edu

Gerald Harper

High School Teacher
Science
J.A. Fair High School
Little Rock, Arkansas 72210
gerald.harper@lrsd.org
Subject: Biology

Lindy Harrell

Adjunct Professor
Allied Health
Southwest Georgia Technical College
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
sailhart72@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Most of my students will be entering the field of nursing. Case studies are incredibly useful when learning anatomy and physiology in terms of relevance.

Donovan Harrington

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Anderson County High School
Clinton, Tennessee 37716
dharrington@acs.ac
Subject: Biology

Breanna N. Harris

Research Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409
breanna.n.harris@ttu.edu
Subject: Behavioral Endocrinology; Physiology, Anatomy/Physiolog

Courses Taught: Anatomy and Physiology II, Peer Mentoring in Human Physiology, Brain, Behavior, and Hormones, Human Reproduction and Sexual Behavior, Vertebrate Physiology, Introductory Biology Laboratory

Judy Harris

Curriculum Supervisor / Instructor
Science Department
Kokomo High School
Kokomo, Indiana 46902
jharris@kokomoschools.com
Subject: Biology

My students are able to understand the concepts better when I use a case study.

Trista Harris

High School Teacher
Biology
Providence High School
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
tristal.harris@cms.k12.nc.us
Subject: Biology

I went to a conference this past weekend that mentioned how great your case studies were. I am looking for real-life examples of what we are learning in Biology to show my students that what they are learning now is and will be relevant to their live

Marcia Harrison-Pitaniello

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Marshall University
Huntington, West Virginia 25755
harrison@marshall.edu

Cheryl Hart

High School Teacher
Science / Biology
Mammoth High School
Mammoth Lakes, California 93546
chart@mammothusd.org
Subject: Biology

I teach AP Biology at Mammoth High School. I was introduced to your site through other AP teachers and would like to use case studies for all levels of instruction. I have no experience with this method yet.

Cheryl Hart

High School Teacher
Science Department
South Caldwell High School
Hudson, North Carolina 28645
chart@caldwellschools.com
Subject: Earth Sciences

I would like to encourage my students to think more globally. I want to encourage them to see the world around them in more than just a textbook. I was in the medical field prior to teaching and think that case studies bring reality to our studies.

Joshua D. Hartman

Graduate Student Assistant
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California 92521

Subject: Chemistry

Monica E. Hartmann

Associate Professor
Economics Department
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105
mehartmann@stthomas.edu
Subject: Economics

Angela K. Hartsock

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
University of Akron, Wayne College
Orrville, Ohio 44667
ahartsock1@uakron.edu

Jennifer Harvey

High School Teacher
Science Department
Saltfleet District High School
Stoney Creek, Onatario, Canada L8J 2T2
jharvey@hwdsb.on.ca
Subject: Biology

Abdulla Hasa

Assistant Professor
Biology
University of Bahrain
Kingdom of Bahrain
abhassan@uob.edu.bh
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Principle of Genetics, Gene Technology, Molecular Biology

Wayne O. Hatch

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Utah State University Eastern
Price, Utah 84501
wayne.hatch@usu.edu
Subject: Biology

Cynthia Hatcher

Assistant Professor
Department of Nursing Education
Coastal Bend College - Alice Campus
Alice, Texas 783327
cxh03880@hotmail.com
Subject: Nursing

I use cases in my classes to enhance students’ abilities to think critically. I find they are also useful in getting students to do research beyond the text. I am always looking for new interesting cases and how other instructors are using them.

Charles Hathaway

Assistant Professor
College of Nursing and Health Professions
University of Southern Indiana
Evansville, Indiana 47712
cfhathaway@usi.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am instructing advanced nursing students in advance pathophysiology. The case study method is a valuable mechanism for bringing the information together in a practical and applicable use.

Christine Haugh

Assistant Professor
Biological Science
Iowa Western Community College
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
chaugh@iwcc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Anatomy & Physiology; Human Biology; Nutrition; Pathophysiology; Microbiology; Biology

Cindy D. Hauser

Professor
Department of Chemistry
Davidson College
Davidson, North Carolina 28035
cihauser@davidson.edu

Kristen N. Hausmann

Department of Biology
Coastal Carolina University
Conway, South Carolina 29528-6054
knwhitin@coastal.edu

Jennifer Haut

High School Teacher
Science
Merrill F. West High School
Tracy, California 95376
jhaut@tusd.net
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using more case studies to increase the inquiry level of activities in the class.

Ronald Havlice

High School Teacher
Science Department
Dublin Jerome High School
Dublin, Ohio 43016
havlice_ron@dublinschools.net
Subject: Chemistry

Our school is interested in doing a better job of teaching literacy. Case Studies are one way to do that.

Marilyn Havlik

High School Teacher
Science Department
Walter Payton College Prep High School
Chicago, Illinois 60610
mkhavlik@cps.edu
Subject: Biology

Case studies personalize the concept so that the student becomes involved with the individuals portrayed in the case.

Susanne Hay

Adjunct Professor
Science and Health
Philadelphia University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144-5497
susannehay@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Tristyn Hay

Biology Laboratory Manager
Biology Department
Univeristy of British Columbia - Okanagan
British Columbia, Canada, V1V 1V7 5
tristyn.hay@ubc.ca
Subject: Biology

Jon Hayashi

Professor
Life Sciences, Biology
Paradise Valley Community College
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
jon.hayashi@paradisevalley.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Kim Hayen

High School Teacher
Science
Heritage High School
Ringgold, Georgia 30736
khayen.hhs@catoosa.k12.ga.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Cherylann Hayes

High School Teacher
Science Department
Rocky River High School
Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227
cherylann1.bourne-hayes@cms.k12.nc.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am planning on using them in my AP Environmental Science class as part of current and real life connections.

Marissa L. Hayes

School of Nursing
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518

Marla Hayes

High School Teacher
Science
McKeesport High School
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
mhayes@mckasd.net
Subject: Biology / Environmental Science

There has been a big push for inquiry based teaching and using problem solving skills. Case studies would be perfect for discussion within the biology and environment courses.

Jennifer Hayes-Klosteridis

Assistant Dean and Adjunct Faculty
Enrollment Management and Student Services
George Washington University
Ashburn, VA 20147
jhkloste3@email.gwu.edu
Subject: Medicine / Nursing

J. Russell Hayman

Associate Professor
Biological Sciences
East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine
Johnson City, Tennessee 37614
hayman@etsu.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Raelynn D. Haynes

Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences
St. Edward’s University
Austin, Texas 78704
paulad@stedwards.edu

Isabel Lopez Healy

High School Teacher
Science
Gulliver Montgomery Dr. Campus
lopei@gulliverschools.org
Subject: Biology / Earth Science / Space Science /

I am introducing the idea of problem based learning to my students. Your site offers great ideas. There is a need to raise awareness and interest to the science field. The problem based learning model offers students the opportunity to use critical thinking skills.

Teresa Hebert

High School Teacher
STEM
Diamond Bar High
Diamond Bar, California 91765
thebert@wvusd.k12.ca.us
Subject: Biology

Wendy Heck-Grillo

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
North Carolina Central University
Durham, North Carolina 27707
wheck@nccu.edu
Subject: Biology

Rick Heffernan

High School Teacher
John C. Birdlebough High School
rheffernan@phoenixcsd.org
Subject: Physics

Ali Heidari

Assistant Professor
Business Administration
University of Tehran
Aheidary@ut.ac.ir
Subject: Business / Management Science

Merle K. Heidemann

Academic Specialist
College of Natural Science, Emeritus
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
heidema2@msu.edu
Subject: Biology

Cheryl A. Heinz

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Benedictine University
Lisle, Illinois 60532
cheinz@ben.edu
Subject: Biology

Susanna Heinze

Professor
Biology Department
Skagit Valley College
Susanna.Heinze@Skagit.edu
Subject: Microbiology / Anatomy / Physiology

Shannon Helfinstine

Instructor
General Education
Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Canton, Ohio 44710-1799
shelfinstine@aultman.com
Subject: Microbiology

I am a new instructor and am looking to incorporate case studies into my lectures for a nursing microbiology course.

Rebecca Helgesen

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Waynette Helms

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lassiter High School
Marietta, Georgia 30066
waynette.helms@cobbk12.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to incorporate more case studies in my classroom. To actually put the learned material into action is much more effective than dry learning. They also increase a student's ability to read and analyze scientific content.

Jason Hemgesberg

High School Teacher
Chesaning High School
Chesaning, Michigan 48616
jhemgesb@chesaning.k12.mi.us
Subject: Biology

Christine Henderson

Instructor
Behavioral Sciences
SUNY Orange
Newburgh, New York 12550
christine.henderson@sunyorange.edu
Subject: Psychology

Richard Hendrix

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

Kim Henige

Assistant Professor
Kinesiology
California State University Northridge
Northridge, California 91330-8287
kim.henige@csun.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I do not have any prior experience with case studies. I would like to learn more and eventually incorporate them into my courses.

Tonya Henke

High School Teacher
Bearden High School
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919
tonya.henke@knoxschools.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Andrea  Henle

Assistant Professor
Biology
Carthage College
Kenosha, WI
ahenle@carthage.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Introductory Biology; Cell Biology; Molecular Biology; Immunology; Cancer Biology; Non-majors Biology

Ann Henninger

Professor
Biology Department
Wartburg College
Waverly, Iowa 50677
ann.henninger@wartburg.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I've always tried to make course material relevant to students' lives. Cases help students to practice applying the information they are learning and thus, understand and remember it better.

Bettye Sue Hennington

Professor
Biology Department
Tougaloo College
Tougaloo, Mississippi 39174
bhennington@tougaloo.edu
Subject: Biology

Philip Herndon

High School Teacher
Science - Biology
Millbrook High School
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
pherndon@wcpss.net
Subject: Biology

Our state is mandating that we add literacy to science classes.

Clyde Freeman Herreid

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
herreid@buffalo.edu
Subject: Biology

Eric J. Herrera

Student
Department of Chemistry
California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento, California 95819

Subject: Chemistry

Aimee Hershey

High School Teacher
Science Department
The Ursuline School of New Rochelle
New Rochelle, New York 10804
hersheya@ursulinenewrohelle.org
Subject: Chemistry

I want to change my teaching methods to steer away from lecture and memorization to help my students think at a higher level and use their research skills.

Diana Hertel

High School Teacher
Science
Dreyfoos School of the Arts
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
diana.hertel@palmbeachschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Chemistry

Matthew Heslin

Former Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova College
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Laurel Hester

Assistant Professor
Division of Natural Sciences, Math & Physical Education
Keuka College
Keuka Park, New York 14478
lhester@keuka.edu
Subject: Biology

I like to use lots of active learning techniques, and have enjoyed using occasional case studies in the past.

Susan D. Hester

Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona 85721
sdhester@email.arizona.edu
Subject: Biology

Denise Hewitt

Adjunct Professor
Biology Department
County College of Morris
Randolph, New Jersey 07869-2086
dhewitt@ccm.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

To increase student participation in the classroom, and as an alternative to lectures.

James A. Hewlett

Professor of Biology / Coordinator of Biotechnology
Science and Technology Department
Finger Lakes Community College
Canandaigua, New York 14424
hewletja@flcc.edu
Subject: Biology

I use cases in my anatomy & physiology, introductory cell biology, and general biology courses. I also use Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL) where groups of students work on a series of cases throughout an entire semester.

Caroline Hickerson

High School Teacher
South High School
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82007
hickersonc@laramie1.org
Subject: Biology

Jenn Hicks

High School Teacher
Science Department
Georgetown District High School
Georgetown, Ontario L7G 3Z5 Canada
hicksje@hdsb.ca
Subject: Biology

I am interested in case studies as a tool for recognizing/diagnosing health related conditions, group work, discussion, ethics.

Martha Hicks

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Maggie Walker Governors School
Richmond, Virginia 23220
mhicks@gsgis.k12.va.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to incorporate the case studies into my AP Biology curriculum. The format for AP Bio is changing this year to be more inquiry-based and the case studies will help with that change.

Julia Higby

High School Teacher
Science
Voyager Academy High School
Durham, North Carolina 27704
higbynjk@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Nicola High

Associate Professor
Life Sciences
University of Manchester
Manchester, England
Nicky.High@manchester.ac.uk
Subject: Biology

Case studies are a great resource for tutorial teaching. I also use a case study as an assessed piece of work in my lecture units.

Rachel Hildebrand

High School Teacher
Science
High School for Health Professions & Human Services
New York, New York 10003

Arla G. Hile

Instructor
Biology
Willow International Center of Reedley College
Fresno, California 93730
arla.hile@scccd.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies as examples in the classroom.

Brent J.F. Hill

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, Arkansas 72035
bhill@uca.edu
Subject: Biology

Deborah A. Hill

High School Teacher
Science Department
Norman High School
Norman, Oklahoma 73069
dhill@norman.k12.ok.us
Subject: Biology

Emily Hill

Graduate Student
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
The University of Ohio
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1340

Glenda Hill

Instructor
Biology
El Paso Community College / Valle Verde Campus
El Paso, Texas 79998
glendaH@epcc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I use brief case studies in my A&P classes.

Gretchen Hill

Professor
Department of Animal Science
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
hillgre@msu.edu
Subject: Animal Science

My goal is to develop cases to use in the animal science courses I teach.

Kimberly K. Hill

High School Teacher
Biology
Niceville High School
Niceville, Florida 32578
hillk@mail.okaloosa.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies to reinforce curriculum and biology content.

Jeff Hillaby

High School Teacher
Biology
Jasper Place High School
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Jeff.Hillaby@epsb.ca
Subject: Biology

Daniel Hines

High School Teacher
Science Department
Oak Mountain High
Birmingham, Alabama 35242
DHines@shelbyed.k12.al.us
Subject: Biology

I teach AP Biology and am looking for ways to get students to analyze and apply what we have learned in class to situations.

Colleen Hitchcock

Adjunct Professor
Department of Biology
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467
hitchco@bc.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am interested in using case studies to engage students in active learning.

Rebecca L. Hite

Assistant Professor
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409
rebecca.hite@ttu.edu

Jason W. Ho

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Linda Hobart

Professor of Physical Science
Science and Technology Department
Finger Lakes Community College
Canandaigua, New York 14424
hobartll@flcc.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I use case studies in my introductory and freshman chemistry classes. I like to use cases to offer more real life experiences in chemistry topics.

Kelly Hobbins

High School Teacher
Science / Biology
Pittsford Central School District
Pittsford, New York 14534
Kelly_Hobbins@pittsford.monroe.edu
Subject: Biology

I will be using case studies to engage my Anatomy and Living Environment students in the process of using their scientific knowledge.

Krista Hoekstra

Dean
Nursing and Allied Health
Pine Technical College
Pine City, Minnesota 55063
hoekstrak@pinetech.edu
Subject: Nursing

Case studies are the perfect example of empowering students to dive into the material and to grasp the necessary components to be able to move forward. This is why we use case studies more often than any other learning material.

William J. Hoese

Faculty
Biological Sciences
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, California 92834-9480
bhoese@fullerton.edu
Subject: Biology

Victoria Hoff

High School Teacher
Science
Millbrook High School
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
vhoff@wcpss.net

Our state is mandating that we use literacy in science and these case studies are a good resource.

Thomas Elliott Hoffeditz

High School Teacher
Science Department
Antioch Communitty High School
Antioch, Illinois 60002
ehoffeditz@sequoits.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I want my students to apply the information from class to new situations.

Sarah Hoffman

High School Teacher
Science
Columbia High School
East Greenbush, NY 12061
hoffmansa@egcsd.org
Subject: Forensics, Biology

Classes Taught: Biology, Chemistry, Forensic Science

Kristen Hogan

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hanover Park High School
East Hanover, New Jersey 07936
khogan@hpreg.org
Subject: Biology

Kirsten L. Hokeness

Professor
Science and Technology Department
Bryant University
Smithfield, Rhode Island 02917
khokeness@bryant.edu

Liz Holland

High School Teacher
Science
Episcopal High School
Baton Rouge, Lousiana 70816
hollande@ehsbr.org
Subject: Chemistry

I want to make my students think critically when approaching problems. I like the way these case studies work with traditionally boring subjects in a more up-to-date fashion.

Christopher Hollister

Associate Librarian / Education Liaison
University Libraries
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
cvh2@buffalo.edu
Subject: Information Literacy

Alicia Holloway

High School Teacher
Human Anatomy and Physiology
White Station High School
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
hollowayad@mcsk12.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

In order to make my class more applicable to real life, I would like to use case studies to provide examples of real-life instances that students can analyze while using the skills that they have learned in class.

Kathy Holohan

High School Teacher
Science
Pope John Paul II High School
Royersford, Pennsylvania 19468
kholohan@pjphs.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Many of my students want to be nurses; I think they should have as much clinical application as possible.

Georgina Holt

Director of Science / High School Teacher
Science
The Weald School
Billingshurst, West Sussex, England RH14 9RY
gholt@theweald.org.uk
Subject: Science

Little experience at present but very keen to develop this as a teaching tool in the department.

Susan Holt

Curriculum Developer
Life Sciences Learning Center
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
sholtbmn@aol.com
Subject: Biology

Michelle M. Homan

Associate Professor
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering
Gannon University
Erie, Pennsylvania 16541
homan001@gannon.edu

Michael L. Homesley, Jr.

Graduate Student
Department of Physiology
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
homesleymichael@gmail.com

Michael Homsher

Professor
Chemistry Department
University of Findlay
Findly, Ohio 45840
homsher@findlay.edu
Subject: Water Quality / Water Resources

Julie Hood

Associate Professor / Program Director, Dietary Managers' Program
Science, Allied Health, and Culinary Departments
Central Oregon Community College
Bend, Oregon 97701
jhood@cocc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology/Nutrition

I use cases in my A&P and nutrition courses. Students respond well to this type of approach. They especially like story lines that use the same characters from case to case throughout the term.

Michael D. Hood

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Richard J. Hooley

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California 92521
richard.hooley@ucr.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Emily Hoover

Professor
Department of Horticultural Science
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
hoove001@umn.edu
Subject: Plant Science

I use cases to enhance learning in horticulture courses, specifically plant propagation and fruit production. I also use cases to emphasize teaching practices and their impact on student learning with graduate students.

Kristine N. Hopfensperger

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, Kentucky 40199
hopfenspek1@nku.edu
Subject: Biology

Eva S. Horna-Lowell

Graduate Student
Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80210

Theresa Hornstein

Instructor
Biology Department
Lake Superior College
Duluth, Minnesota 55811
t.hornstein@lsc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Howard Horowitz

High School Teacher
Science Department
Wallworth Barbour American International School
hhorowitz@wbais.net
Subject: Biology

Brandon Horvath

Assistant Professor
Department of Plant Sciences
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
bhorvath@utk.edu
Subject: Plant Science

We use case studies in our instruction to help students build knowledge that draws from a variety of coursework they've already had. This course requires higher order thinking, and problem solving skills.

Thomas Horvath

Associate Professor
Biology Department
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, New York 13820
horvattg@oneonta.edu
Subject: Biology

Herbert House

Emeritus Professor
Biology Department
Elon University
Elon, North Carolina 27244
househ@elon.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Alisha  Howard

Assistant Professor
Biology
East Central University
Ada, OK 74820
ahoward@ecok.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Ethics and Methods, Biotechnology, General Biology, Bioinformatics, Genetics, Immunology, Biochemistry of Human Disease

Arzella Howard

Associate Professor
Allied Health / Nursing
Hazard Community and Technical College
Hazard, Kentucky 41701
ahoward0104@kctcs.edu
Subject: Nursing

Christie Howard

Professor
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Nevada Reno
Reno, Nevada 89509
cjhoward@cabnr.unr.edu
Subject: Biology

David R. Howard

Professor
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
howard.davi@uwlax.edu
Subject: Biology

I teach a case-based health and wellness course that is part of the general education program at my university. I also use shorter cases to teach introductory biology and an upper-level cell biology course.

Rebecca Howell

High School Teacher
Public Health and Advanced Medical Studies
White Knoll High School
Lexington, South Carolina 29073
rahowell@lexington1.net
Subject: Health Professions

We are starting a new Center for Public Health and Advanced Medical Students for high school students interested in pursuing advanced medical degrees. We want to incorporate as many case studies and other types of authentic assessment as possible.

Dan Hua

Academic Title Research Specialist & Ph.D. Candidate
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
huad@vt.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Sarah K. Huber

Research Assistant Professor of Biology and Marine Science
Department of Fisheries Science
The College of William & Mary
Gloucester Point, Virginia 23061-1346
skhuber@wm.edu
Subject: Biology

Michael S. Hudecki

Research Professor Emeritus
Department of Biological Sciences
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
hudecki@buffalo.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Tracie Y. Hudson

Professor
Department of Biology
Malcolm X College
Chicago, Illinois 60612
thudson@ccc.edu

Deborah Huerta

Head Emeritus
Cooley Science Library
Colgate University
Hamilton, New York 13346

Karen S. Huffman

Assistant Professor
Math and Science Department
Genesee Community College
Batavia, New York 14020
kshuffmankelly@genesee.edu

Jamie S. Hughes

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Odessa, Texas 79762
hughes_j@utpb.edu

Robert E. Hughes

Undergraduate Student
Department of Mathematics
Marshall University
Huntington, West Virginia 25755

Angela Hunter

High School Teacher
Life Science
East Mills High School
Malvern, Iowa 51551
ahunter@malvernschools.org
Subject: Biology

Charles Hunter

Professor
Biology Department
Southwestern College
Winfield, Kansas 67156
Charles.Hunter@sckans.edu
Subject: Biology

Kim Hunter

Adjunct Professor
Science
Warren G. Harding High School
Warren, OH
kimberly.hunter68@neomin.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Advanced Biology, AP Biology, Physical Science

Scott Husband

Assistant Professor
Psychology Department
The University of Tampa
Tampa, Florida 33606
shusband@ut.edu
Subject: Psychology

I often teach biopsychology and neuroscience through the classic case studies that are very familiar (Phineas Gage, for example). I want to incorporate more unique "puzzles" in class to motivate students and have them apply their knowledge.

Robert J. Huskey

Professor Emeritus
Biology Department
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904

Jackie Hutcherson

Adjunct Professor
Bioclinical Sciences
Ozark Technical Community College
Springfield, Missouri 65802
hutcherj@otc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use case studies to help the students tie background information into practical experiences in real life.

Jennifer Hutchinson

High School Teacher
Science / Biology
Burnsville High School
Burnsville, Minnesota 55337
Jhutchinson@burnsville.k12.mn.us

Jessica Hutchison

Adjunct Instructor
Biological Sciences
Alfred State University
Alfred, New York 14802
HutchiJM@alfredstate.edu
Subject: Biology