Associate Professor Chemistry
Dr. Chidsey received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Dartmouth College in 1978 and his PhD from Stanford in 1983 and completed a year of postdoctoral Study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories (1984-1992) before joining the Stanford faculty in 1992. His research concerns the chemistry of surfaces and interfaces, particularly the interface between electrically conductive solids and molecular materials. firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Emeritus of Physics, Stanford University
Professor Quinn is a theoretical physicist and is currently professor emerita of physics at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University. She was elected to the National Academy of Sciences and has been the president of the American Physical Society. She has long been involved in science education and in the continuing education of science teachers and recently chaired the Committee on a Conceptual Framework for the National Research Council’s new K-12 Science Education Standards. She received her PhD in Physics from Stanford University. email@example.com
Senior Lecturer, Chemistry
Dr. Schwartz received her undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Washington University in St. Louis in 2002. At the end of 2008, she completed her PhD with research into the structure and function of ferritin and other iron proteins. During this time, Dr. Schwartz also gained significant teaching experience through her work with her department and Stanford’s Center for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Schwartz also leads the Mentors in Teaching Program at the Center for Teaching and Learning and is part of the ChemEX2 team. firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior lecturer in the School of Education and the Program in Human Biology and Director of the undergraduate Minor in Education at Stanford University.
Before coming to Stanford, Dr. Wolf taught high school English and drama in underserved California public schools for fifteen years. Her interest is in the role of literature and the arts in learning. She is a recipient of the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for Undergraduate Education for creating and directing the new undergraduate Minor in Education. Dr. Wolf has taught in the Stanford Humanities Studio with CSET. email@example.com
Linda Bauld is the director of the National Board Resource Center, which provides support for teachers pursuing National Board certification and promotes accomplished teaching. She taught in elementary school for 23 years in high-needs schools. Bauld received her Board certification in 2006, and since that time has been supporting candidates while also teaching. She received her M.A. in Education and Reading Specialist credential from San Francisco State University, with a focus on language acquisition and literacy. She also spent 7 years as a teacher researcher using lesson study to research effective lesson design in math and language arts. firstname.lastname@example.org
Norte Dame University, Faculty ACE Service through Teaching and Director, Excellence in Science and Math Education Initiatives
Dr. Kloser's research focuses broadly on issues of science teaching and learning, with an emphasis on secondary biology education. His research includes work on the impact of different text types on student learning, measuring science teacher assessment practices, and identifying and decomposing core science teaching practices. He is collaborating with CSET on the development of our Core Practices in Science.
UCLA, Professor and Chair, Education Department
Dr. Franke support teachers and principals in learning theories and practices of teaching and leadership in low-performing urban schools. Her doctoral classes focus on diversity in mathematics education as well as on understanding research methods as they answer the questions of Urban Schooling. She is collaborating with CSET on our project to promote effective instruction for elementary math. email@example.com