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ablation Physics & Astronomy
transducers Physics & Astronomy
Ultrasonics Engineering & Materials Science
Ablation Engineering & Materials Science
Students Engineering & Materials Science
Transducers Engineering & Materials Science
Catheters Engineering & Materials Science
Nanolithography Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2000 2016

Changing the advising model

Freeman, R. W., Gentry, K. & Goldberg, J. E. Jun 26 2016 2016 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. American Society for Engineering Education, Vol. 2016-June

Research output: ResearchConference contribution

Students
Teaching

Dean's List: Eleven habits, of highly successful college students

Bader, J. B. , Bernstein, A. , Blank, K. , Brovman, L. , Brown, S. , Bruzelius, M. , Chiarolanzio, T. N. , Crittenden, C. M. , DeVries, D. N. , Dingman, T. A. , Duke, S. , Evan, R. , Gaposchkin, M. C. , Gibson, B. T. , Glasser, L. B. , Glickman, A. , Gregory, M. , Holmes, M. C. , Holtgreive, J. , Kraus, M. & 15 others Lazen, M., Levesque, G., Lipson, A., Loge, J. P., Lythcott-Haims, J., Marine, S., O'Keefe, J. T., Phillips, A., Rasmussen, M., Simmons, A. N., Stuart, K., Thum, C. P., Tighe, J. A., Wasiolek, S. & Zenick, E. A. 2011 Johns Hopkins University Press. 269 p.

Research output: ResearchBook

habits
student
learning
coping
parents
11 Citations

Art as an avenue to science literacy: Teaching nanotechnology through stained glass

Duncan, K. A., Johnson, C., McElhinny, K., Ng, S., Cadwell, K. D., Petersen, G. M. Z., Johnson, A., Horoszewski, D., Gentry, K., Lisensky, G. & Crone, W. C. Oct 1 2010 In : Journal of Chemical Education. 87, 10, p. 1031-1038 8 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

nanotechnology
literacy
art
Teaching
science