Graduate Science Education Series

The CFP Graduate Science Education Seminars are held once each semester and bring in an invited speaker to discuss their work in the field of teaching and learning. This is an opportunity for members of the community to hear about the work being done beyond HMS and to continue to drive pedagogical innovation.
 
 
Selected Previous GSES Speakers
Julie Posselt, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Rossier School of Education 
University of Southern California
Faculty Support & Student Mental Health in STEM Graduate and Professional Programs
 
Joya Mukerji, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, Biology Education Research Group 
University of Washington
Investigating Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance and Student Outcomes in a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience to Broaden Participation in STEM
 
Tina Grotzer, Ed.D.
Principal Investigator, Project Zero 
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Learning to Reason About Complexity in Thinking About Life on Earth
 
Andrew G. Campbell, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School, Brown University
How to Address the Challenge of Diversity in Graduate Education and Training: Defining Practices & Measuring Outcomes
 
Jennifer Knight, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder
Using Student Ideas to Improve Assessment and Curriculum in the Life Sciences
 
Michelle Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Univerisity of Maine
Supporting Faculty in Making Changes: Strategies to Promote Instructional Transformations in STEM Education
 
Catherine L. Drennan, Ph.D.
HHMI Professor and Investigator, MIT
Is the Classroom Lecture Becoming Extinct or Simply Evolving?
 
Bennett Goldberg, Ph.D.
Professor, Director of STEM Education Initiatives, Boston University 
The Future of STEM Education: Preparing For the Next Generation of Faculty