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Catalyzing Curriculum Evolution in Graduate Science Education
Strategies in life science graduate education must evolve in order to train a modern workforce capable of integrative solutions to challenging problems. Our institution has catalyzed such evolution… Expand
The Quantitative Methods Boot Camp: Teaching Quantitative Thinking and Computing Skills to Graduate Students in the Life Sciences
- Melanie I. Stefan, Johanna L. Gutlerner, R. T. Born, M. Springer
- Computer Science, Medicine
- PLoS Comput. Biol.
- 1 April 2015
We have developed a “boot camp” in quantitative methods for biology graduate students at Harvard Medical School. Expand
Reforming Graduate Science Education: Start in the Classroom
- Johanna L. Gutlerner
- 14 February 2010
In his New York Times op-ed, Mark Taylor makes some radical suggestions for reforming graduate education. Taylor’s suggestions include a restructuring of the graduate and undergraduate curricula to… Expand
Embedding academic and professional skills training with experimental-design chalk talks
- R. J. Heustis, M. Venkatesh, Johanna L. Gutlerner, Joseph J. Loparo
- Psychology, Medicine
- Nature Biotechnology
- 1 December 2019
Experimental design and chalkboard presentation skills training can be integrated into a core scientific-content graduate course to promote active learning and student engagement.
Experimental Design Chalk Talks, a Formative Assessment Employed in a Graduate Molecular Biology Course, Promotes Active Learning and Growth in the Competencies of Experimental Design and Science…