Biosciences faculty members Sumali Pandey, Bee Wisenden and undergraduate student Whitney Shegrud were published in JMBE inclusive Science Issue. The topic of their work: “Using student-led Discussion and Reflection of a Public Health-Related Nonfictional Book as a Tool to Encourage Inclusive Pedagogy in an Undergraduate Classroom”
Richard Lahti and MSUM Secondary Science Methods students (Tanner Aufforth, Brady Vizenor, Anneliese Johnson, Kira Johnson, Whitney Shegrud, Dominic Mugavero, and Shannon Olson) attended the Minnesota Conference on Science Education in St. Cloud on November 8th and made several presentations: “Reacting to the Past Style Game to Teach HNOS in a KT Boundary Context”, “Study and Discussions of Student Misconceptions, […]
A team of four MSUM undergraduates (Bioscience majors Trysten Jensen and Whitney Shegrud and BCBT majors Kervens Accilien and Nik Newville) was awarded first place in the Mayo Clinic’s annual IMPACT competition. The team submitted a proposal earlier this semester detailing their hypothesis explaining what may be the underlying cause of hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). Their proposal was selected […]
Students Jacob Tesch, Alison Barkhymer, Jesse Nelson and Whitney Shegrud successfully presented their research work at Autumn Immunology Conference (AIC 2018) in Chicago. The research work was funded by Judith Strong research funds. The students are being mentored by Dr. Sumali Pandey.