Candidate for Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Science Education, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
M.S., Physics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
Completed additional 45 hours graduate credit in Physics.
B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute, Indiana
Majors in physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
Completed requirements for teaching certification (K-12 All subjects)
Metropolitan Detroit Science Teachers Association Outstanding Science Educator, 2000
Board Member of Metropolitan Detroit Science Teachers Associations, 2000 - present, member since 1980
Michigan Science Teachers Association
National Science Teachers Association
American Association of Physics Teachers, national and Michigan memberships
National Association for Research in Science Teaching
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Michigan Science Education Leaders Association
National Science Education Leaders Association
Gem Mining - An activity for mineral identification and fun, MDSTA Winter Newsletter, 2009
Epsom Salt Crystals, an activity for igneous rock formation, MDSTA Spring newsletter, 2008
Fun and Games or Science MSTA Newsletter, Fall, 2007
Challenge, Teach an Inquiry-based Science for Teachers Online, National Science Teachers Association National Convention, April, 2012
Have presented papers at national meetings of
College Physics 1 and 2; College Physics 1 and 2 Laboratories; University Physics 1 and 2; University Physics 1 and 2 Laboratories: Geology; Geosphere; Nuclear Physics; Forces, Motion and Energy; Waves, Electricity, and Magnetism; Contemporary Physics Laboratory.