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Department of Biology

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Faculty Profile

Whitney Schlegel

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Contact Information
By telephone: 812-855-7116
MO 117C

Team-Based Learning: A discussion with faculty. (Video)

Interdisciplinary ScienceCreating Interdisiplinary Science Programs: Purposes, Progress, Potholes
Whitney M. Schlegel, Indiana University Bloomington  (AAC&U Peer Review, Summer 2011)

Service-Learning and Leadership:  WFIU, Noon Edition (Radio)

Research Area
Behavior
Education

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign    B.S.     1984
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign    M.S.     1986
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign    Ph.D.    1991    Environmental Physiology and Behavior

Awards

1999    American Physiology Teaching Career Enhancement Award
2000    Chancellor’s Service-Learning Fellow
2001    Lilly Freshman Learning Project Fellow
2002    American Physiological Society, Award For Meritorious Research by a Young Investigator
2003-04    Carnegie Scholar with Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
2005-06    Senior Carnegie Fellow with Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Research Description

 

Scholarship Links

 

General Links

Team-Based Learning: A discussion with faculty. (Video)

Interdisciplinary ScienceCreating Interdisiplinary Science Programs: Purposes, Progress, Potholes
Whitney M. Schlegel, Indiana University Bloomington  (AAC&U Peer Review, Summer 2011)

Service-Learning and Leadership:  WFIU, Noon Edition (Radio)

Select Publications
Schlegel, W. M., H. L. Reynolds, V. M. Getty, D. Henshel, J. W. Reidhaar. 2010. Food for Thought: A Multidisciplinary Faculty Grass-Roots Initiative for Sustainability and Service Learning. In: Teaching Environmental Literacy: Across Campus and Across the Curriculum. Editors: Heather Reynolds, Eduardo Brondizio, and Jennifer Robinson. Indiana University Press, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Series (editors: J. M. Robinson, W.M. Schlegel, M.T. Huber, P. Hutchings), Bloomington, IN.
Kibble, J. D., J. Kingsbury, B. U. Ramirez, W. M. Schlegel, and P. Sokolove. 2007. Investigating the Intersections of Teaching and Learning by KEEPing Faculty Practice and Student Learning Visible. Advances Physiology Education.  31: 377-379.
Villarreal, J. A., W. M. Schlegel, and H. D. Prange. 2007.  Thermal Environment Affects Morphological and Behavioral Development of Rattus norvegicus.  Physiology and Behavior.  91:26-35.
H. T. Hammel and W. M. Schlegel. 2005.  Osmosis and Diffusing Solute Drags on Solvent Fluid Transport and Fluid Exchange in Animals and Plants, Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics.  42(3):277-345.
W. M. Schlegel and D. Pace. 2004.  Using Collaborative Learning to Decode the Disciplines in Physiology and History. In: Decoding the Disciplines:  How Do We More Effectively Bring Students into the Thinking We Do in Our Disciplines?  Editors: Joan Mittendorf and David Pace. New Directions For Teaching and Learning, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA.

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