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Neil Sabine

Associate Professor
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Indiana University East
Richmond, Indiana 47374
nsabine@iue.edu
Subject: Biology

I use case studies to deepen student understanding of course concepts and the characteristics of scientific inquiry. I also use them in evaluation and to support a "no lecture" format in introductory and upper level biology courses.

Lisa Sacca

High School Teacher
Science Department
Princeton High School
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
lisasacca@gmail.com
Subject: Genetics

Alex J. Sadowski

Game Design Intern
Catlilli Games
Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Gregory S. Saenz

High School Teacher
Science
Oak Hills High School
Oak Hills, California 92344
greg.saenz@hesperiausd.org
Subject: Biology

I am teaching advanced placement environmental science. I would like to incorporate the case study method to supplement and drive the environmental science curriculum. I would use it to present a problem and get the students to develop their critical thinking and writing.

Lauren Sahl

Professor
Corning School of Ocean Studies
Maine Maritime Academy
Castine, Maine 04420
lauren.sahl@mma.edu
Subject: Marine Science

Suellen Saller

High School Teacher
Science
Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School
Bradley, Illinois 60915
ssaller@bbchs.org
Subject: Biology

This will be used with 9th grade biology students and 12th grade ecology students. They will be introductory or summary activities.

Sarah N. Salm

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

Victoria Salo

High School Teacher
Life and Physical Sciences
Biddeford High School
Biddeford, Maine 04005
vsalo@biddschools.org
Subject: Biology

I haven't used many case studies in the classroom but feel that it would help students with understanding data in graphs, tables, etc., and learning to use this information to formulate ideas and conclusions. I just took a class on statistical design.

Wendy Saltzman

Professor
Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California 92506
saltzman@ucr.edu

Ivan Sammut

Senior Lecturer
Pharmacology
University of Otago
Dunedin 9054, New Zealand
ivan.sammut@otago.ac.nz
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology

I use case-based teaching to deliver applied pharmacological training to medical students. I find case-based learning helps to deliver information within an applied context.

Thomas Samuel

Professor
Biology
Austin Community College
Cedar Park, Texas 78613
tsamuel@austincc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use a small number of case studies for my Human Physiology course. I am planning to use them more for my upcoming online course.

Alfonso Vargas Sanchez

Professor
Business Administration and Marketing
Faculty of Management
Universidad de Huelva
E21002-Huelva, Spain
vargas@uhu.es
Subject: Business / Management Science

Member of the Academy for Creative Teaching & World Association for Case Method Research & Application and Editorial Board of the Int'l Journal of Case Method Research & Application with special interest in cases related to business strategy.

Otto Sanchez

Associate Professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada L1H 7K4
otto.sanchez@uoit.ca
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am currently working on developing cases for large classroom settings supported by a rich computer-based network that enhance student interest, interactivity, participation, and clinical application of knowledge.

Sandra Jennina Sanchez

Assistant Professor
Business Administration
Universidad Javeriana
Bogota, D.C. Colombia
ssanchezp@javeriana.edu.co
Subject: Business / Management Science

I am interested in writing about the benefits of using the case study method in teaching business administration. I am a professor of strategy and I believe this method is a wonderful way to develop critical thinking among students.

Michelle Sanders

High School Teacher
Biology Program
Harmony Science Academy High School
Houston, Texas 77099
Msanders@harmonytx.org
Subject: Biology

My school is a T-STEM academy, which means that we are required to teach in a Problem Based Learning Method. I like to use the case studies on this site for ideas of cases to present to the students or for ideas to develop my own PBLs.

Luke Sandro

High School Teacher
Science (Biology)
Springboro High School
Springboro, Ohio 45066
lsandro@springboro.org
Subject: Biology

Seneca  Sanford

High School Teacher
Science
H.B. Beal Secondary School
London, ON, Canada N6B 1W5
s.sanford@tvdsb.on.ca
Subject: Geography/GIS

Courses Taught: Geography/GIS

Catherine Dana Santanello

Associate Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026-2000
csantan@siue.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

I became interested in cases after attending Pace University’s Center for Case Studies in Education 9th Annual Conference in Vancouver. It’s exciting to see the effect cases have on student learning outcomes, particularly when it is a case you have written!

Nicholas Santangelo

Assistant Professor
Biology
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY, 11549
nicholas.santangelo@hofstra.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Human Physiology, Hormones and Behavior, Animal Form and Function, Advanced Behavioral Ecology

Jorge A. Santiago-Blay

Resident Research Associate
Department of Paleobiology
National Museum of Natural History / Smithsonian Institution
Washington, DC 20013-7012
blayj@si.edu
Subject: Plant Science

Lynne Sapp

Middle School Teacher
Science
Madison County Central School
Madison, Florida 32340
sappl@madison.k12.fl.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

My 7th and 8th graders are part of Florida State's Rural Outreach Program, SSTRIDE, which stands for Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity and Excellence.

Christian P. Sarason

Adjunct Instructor of Oceanography
Science and Math Department
Seattle Central Community College
Seattle, Washington 98122
cpsarason@oceaninquiry.org
Subject: Marine Science

After attending the case study workshop at SUNY Buffalo in June of 2002, I have become quite energized to include case studies in my teaching.

TR Saraswathy

High School Teacher
Science Department
EISM
Dubai
trs@eischools.ae
Subject: Biology

Mark A. Sarvary

Senior Lecturer
Investigative Biology Teaching Laboratories
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
mas245@cornell.edu

Nancy Sather

Adjunct Professor
Natural Sciences
Metropolitan State University
St. Paul, Minnesota 55106-5000
nancy.sather@metrostate.edu
Subject: Biology

I have been using two to three case studies in my general natural history class for non-science majors for several years. Those I use most commonly are "The Wolf, The Moose, and the Fir Tree" and "Improving on Nature?"

Brian K. Sato

Associate Teaching Professor
Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92697
bsato@uci.edu

Elizabeth Savage

High School Teacher
Science
Health Sciences and Human Services High School
Seattle, Washington 98146
elizabeth.savage@highlineschools.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am interested in using case studies in teaching AP Environmental Science.

Leena Sawant

Professor
Life Sciences
Houston Community College
Stafford, Texas 77477
leena.sawant@hccs.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to incorporate case study method to involve critical thinking and active learning.

Suzanne Sawyer

Instructor
General Studies
Western Technical College
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
sawyers@westerntc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Christina Sax

Assistant Dean
Social, Behavioral, Natural, and Mathematical Sciences
University of Maryland - University College
Adelphi, Maryland 20783
csax@umuc.edu
Subject: Biology

I hope to enhance student learning through the use of tangible, relevant, real-life cases students can relate to in my general biology, cell biology and genetics, cancer biology, introductory biotechnology, and biotechnology commercialization courses.

Frank A. Scannapieco

Professor
Department of Oral Biology
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
fas1@buffalo.edu
Subject: Dental Medicine

I am interested in using active learning strategies including team learning and case studies to improve understanding for dental undergraduate and graduate students.

Kristy Scardina

Administrator
Westdale Middle School
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
kscardina@ebrschools.org

I will be using this as professional development for integration in middle school science classes.

Misa Scepanovic

Department of Electrical Engineering
Oklahoma State University

Renee Schaal

High School Teacher
Science Department
South Elgin High School
South Elgin, Illinois 60017
Reneeschaal@u-46.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using cases in AP Biology for inquiry based lessons.

Jennifer E. Schaefer

Department of Biology
College of Saint Benedict / Saint. John’s University
Collegeville, Minnesota 55362
jschaefer@csbsju.edu

Hannah C. Schake

Undergraduate Student
Kinesiology and Sport Management
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

Ryan T. Schalles

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

Elaine M. Schamber

Agronomy Department
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907

Elizabeth Scharf

Assistant Professor
Department of Anthropology
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-8374
elizabeth.scharf@und.nodak.edu
Subject: Anthropology

Steve C. Schenk

Associate Professor
Biology Department
College of Central Florida, Citrus County Campus
Lecanto, Florida 34461
schenks@cf.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I find that case-based education facilitates the development of dynamic, interactive science classrooms. Much of my focus has been (1) on utilizing mini-case activities to minimize classroom lecture and (2) on integrating artwork and student story-telling into case activities for science classes.

Katherine Schenkelberg

High School Teacher
Science Department
West High School
Torrance, California 90503
kschenkelberg@etusd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I have been teaching science for 15 years, anatomy for 8. I have started to use case studies in my teaching and found it extremely valuable for students. I'd love to have more resources to expand my project based learning experiences.

Dean Scherer

Associate Professor / Lead Instructor of Anatomy & Physiology
Science Department
Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107
deanjs@osuokc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am looking into the case studies as an introduction to each new unit or section of physiology.

Bethany Schiller

High School Teacher
STEM
Harwich High School
Harwich, Massachusetts 02645
bschiller@harwich.edu
Subject: Biology

Nancy A. Schiller

Librarian / Co-Director
University Libraries / National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
schiller@buffalo.edu
Subject: Science Education / Information Literacy / Library Science / Evolutionary Biology

Keith K. Schillo

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
SUNY College at Oneonta
Oneonta, New York 13820
schillkk@oneonta.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Oliver Schinkten

High School Teacher
Science
Communities School at Oshkosh
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 5490
oliver.schinkten@oshkosh.k12.wi.us
Subject: Biology

We are doing a project-based unit on diseases and medical scenarios and would love to have students use critical thinking skills by working through case studies.

Whitney M. Schlegel

Associate Professor
Human Biology
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
wreilly@indiana.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I use cases to support student learning in my human physiology and human biology courses. They serve as the foundational pedagogy for learning course content and help students think critically.

Fred B. Schnee

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Loras College
Dubuque, Iowa 52001
fred.schnee@loras.edu

Dan Schneider

High School Teacher
Science Department
Buffalo High School
Buffalo, Minnesota 55313
dschneid@bhmschools.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using the case study of the Australian redback spider in my Advanced Biology course. I would like to provide my students with an opportunity to view real world cases and help tie behavior to evolution.

Elizabeth Schneider

High School Teacher
Science
Shiloh High School
Snellville, Georgia 30039
elizabeth_schneider@gwinnett.k12.ga.us
Subject: Environmental Science

Use case studies in my AP and College Prep Environmental Science classes to analyze and practice content areas and skills in appropriate units.

Patricia Schneider

Professor
Biological Sciences and Geology
Queensborough Community College / City University of New York
Bayside, New York 11364-1497
pschneider@qcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Biology

Chad Scholes

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Rockhurst University
Kansas City, Missouri 64110
chad.scholes@rockhurst.edu
Subject: Biology

I plan to use cases to give my students some context for the ecological principles we discuss. I am especially excited about using cases that have local relevancy for my students.

Stephanie Scholl

High School Teacher
Life Science
Springfield High School
Springfield, Ohio 45503
whalensp@spr.k12.oh.us
Subject: Biology

One of my colleagues introduced me to the website and I'm fascinated with many of the case studies available. I can't wait to share this site with other teachers!

Danielle Schoolcraft

High School Teacher
Science
South County High School
Lorton, Virginia 22079
dlschoolcraf@fcps.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the case studies to have a more student centered progressive curriculum and less teacher-centered/traditional.

Amy Schreiber

High School Teacher
Science Department
Arcola High School
Arcola, Illinois 61910
aschreiber@arcolaschools.com
Subject: Biology / Chemistry

Anna V. Schreiber

High School Teacher
Science
Hudson Catholic Regional High School
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
aschreiber@hudsoncatholic.org
Subject: Physics / Ecology / Environment

I am interested in using some case studies for my environmental science class. I feel that these studies help the students become self learners and improve their critical thinking skills. It makes the student responsible for their learning.

Malcolm Schug

Associate Professor
Biology Department
UNC Greensboro
Greensboro, North Carolina 27402
mdschug@uncg.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in integrating case study and PBL methods into lectures and labs for non-majors and majors biology and a core course in genetics. I have developed an online non-majors biology course making use of case studies and am now designing the lab.

Kathleen Schulman

Assistant Professor
Clinical Laboratory Science
East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina 27858-4353
schulmank@ecu.edu
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I would like to use the case studies to discuss the use of clinical laboratory tests within an appropriate context. These stories can arouse student interest and help them understand and retain information about the clinical relevance of lab tests.

Suzanne Schultz

Instructor
Psychology
Umpqua Community College
Roseburg, Oregon 97470
suzanne.schultz@umpqua.edu
Subject: Psychology

I use lots of experiential exercises to teach and assess. The critical thinking element of cases is a boost to meeting my goals in presenting new information as well as the broader goal of being able to analyze it.

Teresa M. Schulz

Professor
Science Department
Lansing Community College
Lansing, Michigan 48901-7210
schulzt@lcc.edu
Subject: Astronomy

The variety and flexibility of case study formats enlivens learning activities. I am enjoying creating new "stories" to accompany course-related content and students are enjoying the personal connection in the application of the material.

Bri Schumacher

High School Teacher
Wabasha-Kellogg High School
Wabasha, Minnesota 55981
bschumacaher@wabasha-kellogg.k12.mn.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Linda Sciaroni

High School Teacher
Science
Marco Antonio Firebaugh High School
Lynwood CA 90262
lgsciaroni@mylusd.org
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Courses Taught: IB Environmental Systems and Society

Brittany Scott

High School Teacher
Science Department
Eustis High School
Eustis, Florida 32726
scottb@lake.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

J. Nathan Scott

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
Chemistry Department
Saint Francis University
Loretto, Pennsylvania 15940
scottjn@chemistry.montana.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Valerie B Scott

Senior Lecturer
Psychology
Indiana University Southeast
New Albany, IN 47150
vbscott@ius.edu
Subject: Psychology

Courses Taught: Psychology and cultures, Research methods and statistics, Cognitive psychology, Introductory psychology, Social psychology, Lifespan psychology, Psychology and spirituality

Brian Scully

High School Teacher
Science
Starpoint Central School
Lockport, New York 14094
bscully@starpointcsd.org
Subject: Astronomy

Wayne Seames

Associate Professor
Chemical Engineering
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-7101
wayneseames@mail.und.edu
Subject: Engineering

I use the case study method as one of a number of teaching techniques in a number of courses. I like to write short, 20- to 30-minute cases to go over the main concepts in some of my engineering classes. In other classes, I use a case study as a starting point for in-class, problem-based learning sessions. I attended the May 2001 Case Studies in Science workshop in Buffalo to see if I could apply the technique to core engineering topics. You can, and the students love it!

Silvia Secchi

Associate Professor
Department of Geography and Environmental Resources
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
ssecchi@siu.edu

Miriam Segura-Totten

Associate Professor and Harry B. Forester Chair
Department of Biology
University of North Georgia
Dahlonega, Georgia 30597
mstotten@ung.edu
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Intro to Biology for non-majors, Intro to Biology for majors, Cell Biology, and Advanced Cell Biology

David Seidorf

High School Teacher
Franklin High School
Somerset, New Jersey 08873
dseidorf@franklinboe.org
Subject: Biology

I enjoy bringing real life application of scientific material to the classroom. My students are hands-on learners and would benefit from learning about case studies.

Darlene Seifert

High School Teacher
Science
New Palestine High School
New Palestine, Indiana 46163
dseifert@newpal.k12.in.us
Subject: Biology

Currently working in a biology modeling workshop and we are investigating the case studies.

Scott Seiple

High School Teacher
Science
American International School of Guangzhou
Guangzhou, PR China, 510663
sseiple@aisgz.org
Subject: Biology

Heather Seitz

Associate Professor
Science Division
Johnson County Community College
Overland Park, Kansas 66210
hseitz@jccc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

I utilize case studies as part of the team-based method of learning in my introductory microbiology course. I teach primarily pre-nursing students and case based learning is most appropriate to their future career path.

Casey Selfridge

High School Teacher
Science
Meadowdale High School
Lynnwood, WA 98037
selfridgec@edmonds.wednet.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology, Physical Education, Anatomy

Nadia Sellami

Postdoctoral Fellow 
Undergraduate Research Center - Sciences
University of California Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095
nsellami@college.ucla.edu

Ericka Senegar-Mitchell

Adjunct Professor
Science / Science Education
Junipero Serra High School
San Diego, California 92124
ebellmitchell@yahoo.com
Subject: Biology / Biotechnology

I am aware that not all students enrolled in my courses will choose science as a career BUT I am certain that these very students will be the most important future consumers of science. Science must be more than facts; case studies are the answer!

Pamela Sexton

High School Teacher
Science Department
The Webb School - Bell Buckle
Bell Buckle, Tennessee 37020
psexton@webbschool.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I teach AP Environmental Science (and Biology & Anatomy) at a high school. Some of the other AP teacher suggested this site for good information to use in my teaching of AP Env. Sci.

Justin F. Shaffer

Teaching Associate Professor
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, Colarado 80401
jshaffer@mines.edu
Subject: Biology

Md Rumi Shammin

Assistant Professor
Environmental Studies
Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
rumi.shammin@oberlin.edu
Subject: Environment

Caren D. Shapiro

Professor of Biology
Department of Mathematics & Natural Sciences
D’Youville College
Buffalo, New York 14201
shapiroc@dyc.edu
Subject: Biology

I want to engage students more actively in the learning process. I use cases in the infectious disease unit in the clinical medicine course of our physician assistant program as a way for students to review previous lecture material to determine the cause of a patient's disease.

Annalisa L. Sharkey

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

Joan Sharp

Teaching Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6 Canada
jsharp@sfu.ca
Subject: Biology

I am impressed with the potential of the case study approach for actively engaging student in thinking about science and making sense of the information they encounter in class and in the world.

Alex Shatalov

High School Teacher
Oakstone Academy
Westerville, Ohio 43081
ashatalov@webmail.ccde.org

Joyce A. Shaw

Associate Professor of Biology
School of Arts and Sciences
Endicott College
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
jshaw@endicott.edu
Subject: Biology / Anatomy / Physiology

Stephen J. Shawl

Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7582
shawl@ku.edu
Subject: Astronomy

Melanie Shearer

Assistant Professor
Health Careers and Sciences
Cuyahoga Community College
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
melanie.shearer@tri-c.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I am always looking for alternate methods for teaching content area.

Daniela J. Shebitz

Associate Professor
School of Environmental and Sustainability Science
Kean University
Union, New Jersey 07083
dshebitz@kean.edu

Anna Sheffield

High School Teacher
Science Department
North Ft Myers High Schools
N. Ft Myers, Florida 33903
annamsh@leeschools.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use the case studies in my Anatomy and Physiology class. Students learn well from real world and real life applications of the material we are studying. I am a Registered Nurse and we used case studies frequently in nursing school.

Lorie Sheinwald

High School Teacher
Science
Farmingdale High School
Farmingdale, New York 11804
Lsheinwa@fpsmail.k12.ny.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Jane P. Sheldon

Professor
Department of Behavioral Sciences
University of Michigan—Dearborn
Dearborn, Michigan 48128
jsheldon@umich.edu

Chad Shelly

High School Teacher
Colonel Richardson High School
Federalsburg, Maryland 21632
chad_shelly@mail.cl.k12.md.us
Subject: Biology

Maura Shelton

PhD Student
School of Environment and Forest Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98100
mauras@uw.edu
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

I am interested in using case studies to develop high school climate change and environmental science curriculum.

Pam Sheppel

High School Teacher
Science Department
Dougherty Valley High School
San Ramon, California 94582
psheppel@srvusd.net
Subject: Biology

I used this method in both my regular and AP Biology classes last year and found it engaging and an excellent way to incorporate new common core and NGSS science standards into my curriculum. I especially love the clicker response cases!

Daniel R. Sherman

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Shahinaz Shetta

High School Teacher
Science Department
MEAS
shahinaz.shetta@mes.edu.eg
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Wayne Shew

Professor, Emeritus
Department of Biology
Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham, Alabama 35254

Patricia A. Shields

Lecturer
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
pshields@umd.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Jessica L. Shiltz

Graduate Student
Department of Epidemiology
West Virgina University
Morgantown, West Virginia 26506

Sarah R. Shioji

Nursing Student
School of Nursing
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Abilene
Abilene, Texas 79601

Denise Shipley

Professor
Biology Department
Mountain View College
Dallas, Texas 75211
dshipley@dcccd.edu
Subject: Biology

Kristen H. Short

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Manchester University
North Manchester, Indiana 46962
khshort@manchester.edu

Melissa Short

High School Teacher
Midpark High School
Cleveland, Ohio 44130
mshortmorris@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I think case studies interest students and get them to become more involved in the science classroom and understand better how scientists work in the "real world."

Laura Shoun

Adjunct Professor
College Professional Studies
Indiana Institute of Technology
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803
LJShoun01@indianatech.edu
Subject: Food Science

I know that case studies provide relevant critical thinking opportunities. I want to learn to use them more effectively in the classroom.

Michèle I. Shuster

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003-8001
mshuster@nmsu.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary A. Sides

Biology Instructor
Biology Department
McLennan Community College
Waco, Texas 76708
msides@mclennan.edu
Subject: Biology

Elizabeth Sigman

High School Teacher
Science Department
Chemawa Indian School
Salem, Oregon 97305
Elizabeth.sigman@bie.edu

Cathy Silver Key

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

Dee Silverthorn

Senior Lecturer
School of Biological Sciences
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78795
silverthorn@mail.utexas.edu
Subject: Biology

Joseph Simard

Lecturer
Chemistry and Physics
University of New England
Biddeford, ME 04005
jsimard@une.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Principles of Chemistry

Steve Simmons

Professor Emeritus
Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
ssimmons@umn.edu
Subject: Agricultural Science / Forestry

Michael Sinclair

High School Teacher
Science Department
St. Raymond's Cathedral
mitch2231@gmail.com
Subject: Agriculture / Forestry

Susan R. Singer

Lawrence McKinley Gould Professor of the Natural Sciences
Department of Biology
Carleton College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
ssinger@carleton.edu
Subject: Biology

Monica Sircar

High School Teacher
Everest Public High School
Redwood City, California 94063
monigeek@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Matthew Sisak

Instructor
Biology Department
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15904
msisak@pennhighlands.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

The students in my classes are future health care providers, (nurses, assistants, support staff). The application of anatomy and physiology principles is vital to their understanding of the importance of the material covered in lecture.

Lauren Skelton

High School Teacher
Science Department
Swampscott High School
Swampscott, Massachusetts 01907
skelton@swampscott.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

I am teaching a new course this year I am developing called Bioethics and I would like to use case studies for it.

Tracey Skiles

Professor
Allied Medical
Cape May County Technical School District
Cape May Court House, New Jersey 08210
tskiles@capemaytech.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I will be utilizing the case studies by infusing them into the Anatomy and Physiology curriculum.

Mary Skipper

High School Teacher
Science
Prattville High School
Prattville, Alabama 36067
mary.skipper@acboe.net
Subject: Biology

Kate Slabosky

High School Teacher
Science Department
Indiana University
kslabosk@umail.iu.edu
Subject: Biology

I am going to be student teaching at a New Tech High School in January. I would like to use these case studies as starting points for projects.

Dana Slaughter

High School Teacher
Science
The Hotchkiss School
Lakeville, Connecticut 06039-2141
dslaughter@hotchkiss.org
Subject: Biology

I have used your case studies in the past and am looking for updated cases.

Judy Slegh

High School Teacher
Life Science
PACT Charter School
Ramsey, Minnesota 55303
judy.slegh@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I am interested in relating scientific information to my students in a way that allows critical thinking. I also like the investigative manner that some of these case studies are presented. These case studies relate to the new science standards.

Sarah R. Sletten

Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Sciences
UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Grand Forks, ND 58202
sarah.sletten@und.edu
Subject: Microbiology and Immunology

Robert Small

Adjunct Professor
Biology Department
Community College of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80204
robert.small@ccd.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Using the case studies to show how material is relevant. A great example is the case on myasthenia gravis ("The Tired Swimmer"). Really works well when teaching muscle physiology.

Susanne Small

Associate Director of Education / Instructor
THS/MSU Program of Anesthesia
Murray State University
Madisonville, Kentucky 42431
ssmall@trover.org
Subject: Health Professions

I am looking at using case studies in class to incorporate principles instead of power point lectures. Actively involving the students in case studies may help facilitate learning of cardiovascular physiology.

Jim Smanik

High School Teacher
Science Department
Sycamore High School
Cincinnati, Ohio 45039
jsmanik@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

I am incorporating the case studies into AP Biology as another step to adding inquiry to the course.

Julie Smcuzynski

Middle School Teacher
Life Sciences
Pine Ridge Middle School
Naples, Florida 34109
smuczyju@collier.k12.fl.us
Subject: Biology

I like the idea of providing real-life case studies to make studying the middle school-required content more meaningful. I'm not sure how difficult the case studies will be for my students (regular & advanced) to comprehend, so I'll see!

Brad Smit

High School Teacher
Biology - Anatomy - Environmental Science
Saugatuck Middle/High School
Holland, Michigan 49453
bsmit@saugatuckps.com
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the case study approach with Anatomy, Advanced Biology, and Environmental Science students. I became interested in case studies after having read about them in the NSTA journal and have always promoted this type of pedagogy.

Andri L. Smith

Associate Professor
Chemistry Department
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518
andri.smith@quinnipiac.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Most of my students see chemistry courses as something to be endured, not enjoyed. I want to use cases to help my students see the relevance of chemistry to their lives and future careers and to develop the tools needed to evaluate new situations.

Ann C. Smith

Assistant Dean
Office of Undergraduate Studies
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
asmith@umd.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Working with a teaching team of other faculty and undergraduate teaching assistants, I have investigated the use of case study discussion as a tool for student motivation and as a method to introduce the relevancy and currency of course content. Our greatest challenge is using case study discussions in large lecture classes.

Barbara Leigh Smith

Professor
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, Washington 98505
smithb@evergreen.edu
Subject: Interdisciplinary/Native Studies/Political Science

I co-direct a large project to develop case studies on issues relevant to Native American communities. We have written 70+ interdisciplinary cases suitable for many areas. Visit http://www.evergreen.edu/tribal/cases.

Bradford Smith

High School Teacher
Mathematics
Westlake High School
Austin, Texas 78746
bsmith@eanesisd.net
Subject: Mathematics

I am interested in data sets that could be used in a statistics class.

Brennan Smith

Assistant Professor
School of Food Science
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844
brennans@uidaho.edu

Christine Smith

Associate Professor
Nursing
North Park University
Chicago, Illinois 60625
casmith@northpark.edu
Subject: Nursing

Crystal Smith

High School Teacher
Science Department
Alameda International High School
Lakewood, Colorado 80232
ccantor@jeffco.k12.co.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the case studies to help high school students develop critical thinking skills. I am hopeful that the case studies will engage students and promote learning in a new and fun way.

Deborah A. Smith

High School Teacher
AP Biology, Honors Biology
Springfield Township High School
Erdenheim, Pennsylvania 19038
d_smith@sdst.org
Subject: Biology

I begin the school year with a case study on "Why Study Science?" and follow that with appropriate case studies for each new unit. I believe this approach places the responsibility on the learner and results in a deeper and firmer grasp of the material.

Delinda Smith

High School Teacher
Science / Vocational
wynne High School
Wynne, Arkansas 72396
dbowen@wynneschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use the case studies to approach the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and hope this will spark interest for my students.

Harriet Smith

High School Teacher
Science
Schurz High School
Chicago, Illinois 60641

Subject: Mathematics

I think stories would engage my kids in science more. It seems like case studies start with a story and a person the kids might care about. I have not used case studies in my teaching.

James J. Smith

Professor
Lyman Briggs College
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824
jimsmith@msu.edu
Subject: Biology

Karen S. Smith

High School Teacher
Science
Pittsford Mendon High School
Pittsford, New York 14534
karen_smith@pittsford.monroe.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am presently teaching animal behavior and would like to use case studies to help students understand the process of ethology.

Mitchell Smith

High School Teacher
Science (AP Biology, Core Biology, Honors Biology)
Kentridge High School
Kent, Washington 98031
Mitchell.Smith@kent.k12.wa.us
Subject: Biology

Using case studies will provide a context setting opportunity for students to tangibly connect with, perhaps, some more challenging/abstract concepts.

Richard Harold Smith

High School Teacher
Science Department - AP Biology
James E. Taylor High School
Katy, Texas 77450
richardhsmith@katyisd.org
Subject: Biology

I prefer case histories appropriate for instruction in AP Biology, especially biochemistry / biomedical topics.

Samantha Smith

High School Teacher
Biology
William Allen High School
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
smithsa@allentownsd.org
Subject: Biology

Shasta Smith

High School Teacher
Health Sciences
Sitka High School
Sitka, Alaska 99835
smiths@sitkaschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am looking for a more innovative way to teach the anatomy and physiology unit of my Health Science classes and have heard great things about teaching with case studies. I try to do project-based learning as often as possible.

Stephen Smith

Assistant Professor
Biology
Olive Harvey College
Chicago, Illinois 60628
ssmith355@ccc.edu
Subject: Biology

Steven Smith

High School Teacher
Science Department
Pittsford Mendon High School
Pittsford, New York 14534
steven_smith@pittsford.monroe.edu
Subject: Biology

Having the kids practice their conceptual knowledge on real world scenarios is invaluable. The open ended format drives them crazy, but it's such a valuable scientific and life skill.

Tracy Smith

Medical / Surgical Nurse Educator
St. Mary's Good Samaritan
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864
tracy_l_smith@ssmhc.com
Subject: Nursing

Vicki Smith

High School Teacher
Science
Western High School
Auburn, Michigan 48611
smithv@bcschools.net
Subject: Earth Sciences

I have used the book Taking Sides: Environmental Issues. It seemed to spark some discussions that we wouldn't normally have due to the biases in the classroom and community. The book provides a more balanced approach to global climate change.

Christina Smolen

High School Teacher
Science
Capuchino High School
San Bruno, California 94066
krysia.smolen@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Karen Smoyer

High School Teacher
Biology
Eastwood High School
Pemberville, Ohio 43450
ksmoyer@eastwoodschools.org
Subject: Biology

Our department would like to use case studies to enhance our lessons and promote critical thinking and problem solving.

Clint Smyth

Sessional Instructor
General Education
Mount Royal University
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
csmyth@mtroyal.ca
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Courses Taught: Controversies in Science, Introduction to Physical Geography, Environmental Science, Ecological Restoration of Mines, Ecological Restoration Case Studies

Jeanine Snyder

High School Teacher
Science Department
Cedar Crest High School
Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042
jsnyder@clsd.k12.pa.us
Subject: Biology

Another teacher at my school is already a member and told me about the great resource she has in this site. I would love to add some case studies into my college prep and honors biology classes to add a real life connection.

William Snyder

Instructor
Breckinridge School of Nursing
ITT Technical Institute
South Bend, Indiana 46635
wsnyderjr@itt-tech.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Kathleen Sobolewski

Adjunct Professor
Biology Department
Berkshire Community College
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201
ksobolew@berkshirecc.edu
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies to make certain abstract topics (cellular respiration, for example) more understandable and show practical applications of the topics.

Sohum Sohoni

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078
sohum.sohoni@okstate.edu
Subject: Computer Engineering

Constance M. Soja

Professor
Department of Geology
Colgate University
Hamilton, New York 13346
csoja@colgate.edu
Subject: Earth Sciences

I co-developed a case for students to debate whether dinosaurs should be "cloned" from ancient DNA. The primary purpose was to give students in my large moderately large introductory evolution course a chance to work closely with each other (and me) on research so that they can engage in a lively discourse about a contemporary issue in society. This approach has made it easier to get to know students better and has helped to inspire interest in and understanding of the scientific process.

Marsha Sokoloski

High School Teacher
Science
Tourtellotte Memorial High School
North Grosvenordale, Connecticut 06255
mbean-sokoloski@thompsonpublicschools.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Cassia Sonderleiter

High School Teacher
Science
The Archer School for Girls
Los Angeles, California 90049
csonderleiter@archer.org
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to integrate the case method into my chemistry classes and encourage other members of my department to use it to provide additional real life science applications.

Aaron Sonnichsen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Prosser High School
Prosser, Washington 99350
aaron.sonnichsen@prosserschools.org
Subject: Biology

I have never used a case study before but have read good reviews on the AP Biology listserv. I am looking forward to trying them in my classroom.

Jacqueline Soraire

High School Teacher
Science
Massapequa High School
Massapequa, New York 11758
jsoraire@msd.k12.ny.us
Subject: Biology

Alice Sorensen

Graduate Assistant
College of Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina 29424
sorensenaa@g.cofc.edu
Subject: Education

I am getting my MEd in Science & Mathematics at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. I'm a graduate assistant for Dr. Peters, a biology professor and the director of the program. I'm helping him update his web page, which has resources for teachers, including case studies.

Sergi Soriano

Assistant Professor
Physiology
University of Alicante
Alicante, Spain
sergi.soriano@ua.es
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Adra Sparkman

High School Teacher
Tupelo High School
Tupelo, Mississippi 38801
ansparkman@tupeloschools.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to enhance my students 'understanding of anatomy and physiology. I would like to use case studies to provide additional opportunities for my students to learn in cooperative groups.

Ingle Spaulding Greene

Instructor
Emergency Medical Services
Southeastern Community College
ingle164160@sccnc.edu
Subject: Emergency Medical Science

Looking at case studies helps to understand the ever changing world of medicine. I would like to use case studies in order to demonstrate to students the likeliness of differential conditions being the culprit in medical conditions.

Julie Speeney

High School Teacher
Science Department
Allatoona High School
Acworth Georgia 30101
julie.speeney@cobbk12.org
Subject: Animal Science

Henry Speno

High School Teacher
Science Department
Cromwell High School
Cromwell, Connecticut 06416
hspeno@cromwell.k12.ct.us
Subject: Chemistry

I have used case studies to motivate student learning. I typically open a unit in my Forensics class by reviewing a relevant case study. These provide real-world examples, are interesting, and I can refer back to them throughout the course.

David K. Spierer

Assistant Professor of Sports Sciences
School of Health Professions
Long Island University–Brooklyn Campus
Brooklyn, New York 11201
david.spierer@liu.edu
Subject: Health Professions

Danna Spires

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Youree Drive Middle School
Shreveport, Lousiana 71105
dbspires@caddo.k12.la.us
Subject: Biology

These case studies force students to analyze current hot topics in science and take a side. This is the perfect tool to use to promote higher order thinking and bridge science to common core literacy strategies.

Patrick Springer

High School Teacher
Science Department
Corunna High School
Corunna, Michigan 48817
pspringer@corunna.k12.mi.us
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case studies with AP Biology students.

Shakila Srikumar

Department of Biochemistry / Faculty of Medicine
Quest International University
Ipoh Perak, Malaysia
dr.shakila@gmail.com
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

Denise C. St. Clair

High School Teacher
Science / Medical
Boca Ciega High School
Gulfport, Florida 33707
stclaird@pcsb.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to incorporate more problem-based learning in my anatomy classes. I already do some small-scale activities, but need more. Many of our students like the CSI television shows, but they need something they have to think more in depth with.

Thomas R. Stabler

Laboratory Director
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Canisius College
Buffalo, New York 14208
stabler@canisius.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Bill Staddon

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, Kentucky 40475-3124
bill.staddon@eku.edu
Subject: Biology

It is my hope that the use of case studies will allow diversification of evaluation and prepare students for high-order questions during tests and examinations.

Linda Staffero

Professor
Biology Department
Yuba College
Marysville, California 95901
lstaffer@yccd.edu
Subject: Biology

I have used case studies as a class assignment, research paper and laboratory. Currently, I am building a class that will focus on flipped learning. I plan to use case studies and other active learning methods in place of my lecture.

Sissy Stallings

High School Teacher
Science
Nogales High School
La Puente, California 91744
sstallings@rowland.k12.ca.us
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in IB Biology and Honors Biology to involve the students in research and group presentations and/or discussions.

Debra L. Stamper

Instructor of Orthopedic Surgery
Harvard Medical School
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
dstamper@partners.org
Subject: Biology

Janet Standeven

High School Teacher
Science
Riverwatch Middle School
Suwanee, Georgia 30024
jstandeven@forsyth.k12.ga.us
Subject: Physical Science

I would like to use case studies as a way of engaging students and making science class real-world application.

Alice M. Stanford

Associate Professor
Division of Science and Mathematics
University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 00802
astanfo@uvi.edu
Subject: Biology

Kathrin F. Stanger-Hall

Assistant Professor
Department of Plant Biology
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
ksh@uga.edu
Subject: Biology

John Nathan Stark

Nurse Educator
Classic Lifeguard Aeromedical
Western Governors University
john.stark@hsc.utah.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am a nurse educator for an aeromedical flight company. I create monthly modules of education, pertinent to trauma and flight nursing for flight nurses and paramedics. I'm interested in using your wonderful database.

Annice F. Steadman

High School Teacher
Biology
Pulaski Academy
Little Rock, Arkansas 72212
annice.steadman@att.net
Subject: Biology

I will be teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology this year and would like to include a case studies/problem-based learning experience with each unit.

Mark Steel

High School Teacher
Science
Malvern Collegiate Institute
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4E 3E4
mark.steel@tdsb.on.ca
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics

Tammy Steeves

Senior Lecturer
School of Biological Sciences
University of Canterbury
Christchurch, New Zealand 8140
tammy.steeves@canterbury.ac.nz
Subject: Biology

I am new to the case study method but a colleague uses one in a related course. I am starting to incorporate team based learning strategies in my teaching and think including one or more case study activities would be a good idea.

Claudia Stein

Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Biology and Tyson Research Center
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri 63130
cstein@wustl.edu

Daniel C. Stein

Professor
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
dcstein@umd.edu

Jeffrey A. Steinmetz

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Francis Marion University
Florence, South Carolina 29502
jsteinmetz@fmarion.edu
Subject: Biology

Philip J. Stephens

Professor
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085
phil.stephens@villanova.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Marc Stephenson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Saugus High School
Saugus, California 91350
mstephenson@hartdistrict.org
Subject: Chemistry

Elizabeth Stern

High School Teacher
Science
Community High School
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Stern@aaps.k12.mi.us

Nora Stevens

Adjunct Professor
Biology
Portland Community College
Portland, OR 97219
nora.stevens@pcc.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Courses Taught: Biology

Clinton Stevenson

Assistant Professor
Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695
cdsteve3@ncsu.edu
Subject: Food Science / Statistics

Maura O. Stevenson

Associate Teaching Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518
Maura.Stevenson@quinnipiac.edu

Pam Stewart

High School Teacher
Science
Stewarts Creek High school
Smyrna TN 37167
Stewartp@rcschools.net
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology, Biotechnology

Richard C. Stewart

Associate Professor
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
alec@umd.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Anthony C. Steyermark

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
University of St. Thomas
St. Paul, Minnesota 55105
acsteyermark@stthomas.edu
Subject: Biology

Kristen Stiff

Instructor
Sparta Elementary School
stiffkl@alleghany.k12.nc.us
Subject: Science Education

Margaret J. Stokes

High School Teacher
Science / Chemistry
Metea Valley High School
Aurora, Illinois 60502
Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org
Subject: Chemistry

I am looking for more ways to make my Honors Chemistry and AP Chemistry course authentic and have kids apply what we are learning to the real world.

Sarah G. Stonefoot

Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography & New Media
Department of Art & Art History
Beloit College
Beloit, Wisconsin 53511
stonefos@beloit.edu

Geffrey F. Stopper

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Sacred Heart University
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
stopperg@sacredheart.edu
Subject: Biology

Sherri Story

High School Teacher
AP and IB Biology
Kings Fork High School
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
Sherristory@spsk12.net
Subject: Biology

I want case studies to become part of my transition to inquiry based, student centered learning.

Stephanie Stout

High School Teacher
Science Department
Hagerstown Junior / Senior High School
Hagerstown, Indiana 47346
sstout@nettlecreek.k12.in.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I am very interested in using more case studies that are appropriate for high school level A&P. I am also very interested in finding case studies and labs/lesson plans which correlate with the Common Core Standards.

Aimee Strang

Associate Professor
Pharmacy Practice
Albany College of Pharmacy
Albany, New York 12208
aimee.stranga@acphs.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

I am interested in using team learning to teach pharmacy therapeutic topics.

Sharon Strange

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Centennial High School
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
sharon5009@att.net
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I will be conducting a once-a-week, outside-of-class look at case studies and how they apply to the subjects we are studying.

Frank Strangio

High School Teacher
LaSalle Prepatory School
Niagara Falls, New York 14304
fstrangio@nfschools.net

M. Elizabeth Strasser

Professor
Department of Anthropology
Sacramento State
Sacramento, California 95819-6106
strasser@saclink.csus.edu
Subject: Anthropology

Many of my students are liberal arts majors who plan to go into K-12 science teaching. I think that by incorporating cases into my classes, I can provide these students with a model for teaching science to their students.

Nathan Strong

Professor
Biological Sciences / Chemistry Department
New Hampshire Technical Institute
Concord, New Hampshire 03301-7412
nstrong@ccsnh.edu
Subject: Biology

Sonya Stroud

High School Teacher
Science Department
Maumelle High School
EStroud5776@pcssd.org
Subject: Chemistry

Phoebe R. Stubblefield

Director of Forensic Science Program
Department of Anthropology
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-8374
phoebe.stubblefield@und.edu
Subject: Anthropology

Katie Stumpf

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Northland College
Ashland, Wisconsin 54806
kstumpf@northland.edu
Subject: Biology

Pamela Sturgis

High School Teacher
Anatomy & Physiology
LaSalle Academy
Providence, Rhode Island 02809
psturgis@lasalle-academy.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I have used case studies for many years. It's a great supplement.

Margaret Suhanovsky

Teaching Assistant
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
University of Connecticut
Storrs, Connecticut 06269
margaret.suhanovsky@uconn.edu
Subject: Biochemistry / Biology

I came across this website in a course for teaching at the undergraduate level, specifically in the book we are using, "Teaching at Its Best." I am currently in the process of designing course portfolios for future courses that I hope to teach.

Eileen Sullivan

Assistant Professor
Health Services
St. Joseph's University
Philadelphia, PA 19131
esulliva@sju.edu
Subject: Health Professions

Subjects Taught: Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability, Theories of Addiction and Addictive Behavior, Medical Terminology and Health Communications, Non-Traditional and Alternative Medicine, Senior Capstone,

Melissa Sullivan

High School Teacher
Pacific Ridge School
Carlsbad, California 92009
msullivan@pacificridge.org
Subject: Biology

We would love to start using case studies more in our 9th grade introductory biology course and in AP Environmental Science and AP Biology. Case studies are a great way to engage students in the learning process.

Fengjie Sun

Assistant Profesor
School of Science and Technology
Georgia Gwinnett College
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
fsun@ggc.edu
Subject: Biology

I would love to try some of the case studies in my teaching activities because I emphasize the applications of biological knowledge in real world.

Sha Sun

Assistant Professor
Department of Developmental and Cell Biology
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92697
shasun@uci.edu

Anitha Sundararajan

Research Scientist
Bioinformatics
National Center for Genome Resources
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
asundara@ncgr.org

Jordan F. Suter

Assistant Professor
Economics & Environmental Studies
Oberlin College
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
jordan.suter@oberlin.edu

Kelly Suto

High School Teacher
Science
Poudre High School
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
kasuto@psdschools.org
Subject: Chemistry

Using case studies helps students develop critical thinking skills.

Anne Swanson

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Wayzata High School
Plymouth, Minnesota 55446
anne.swanson@wayzata.k12.mn.us
Subject: Biology

Munir S. Syed

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Hartwick College
Oneonta, New York 13820
syedm@hartwick.edu
Subject: Biology

Munir S. Syed

Assistant Professor
Biology
Hartwick College
Oneonta, NY
syedm@hartwick.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Courses Taught: Microbiology of Disease, Pathophysiology, Pathological Processes, Human Biology, Concepts in Biology

Michelle Szulczewski

Adjunct Professor
Science and Technology Division
Howard Community College
Mszulczewski@howardcc.edu