Anne-Marie Scholer, Professor
School of Arts & Sciences

Email: ascholer@endicott.edu
Phone: 978-232-2188
Office Location: Judge Science Center
Office Number: 233


Courses

BIO201 and 202, Anatomy & Physiology I and II

BIO335 Pathophysiology

BIO350 Human Embryology and Developmental Biology

LST310 Gender, Women and Science

Resume/C.V.

Ed.D. in Science Education, Boston University
M.A. in Medical Sciences, Harvard University

A. B. in Biology, Smith College

Campus Involvement

Secretary and past president of the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi (a science research honor society), member of the Internal Research Review Board.

Accomplishments

Scholer, A. & Hatton, M. (2008). An evaluation of the efficacy of a laboratory exercise on cellular respiration. Journal of College Science Teaching. 38(1) 40-45.

Hatton M. & Scholer, A. (2008). College student’s perceptions of scientists. A paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association, Boston, MA.

Significant addition to Wikipedia entry on "Sophia Brahe", adding information currently only available via Danish or Swedish internet sites. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophia_Brahe

Teachers and advisors of women in academic science: a mixed blessing.  In M. H. Weinburgh and L. S Jones (2002). Proceeding of the Gender and Science Education (GASE) Colloquium.  New Orleans, LA, pp.39-43.

Sexuality in the science classroom: one teacher’s methods in a college biology course.  (2002) Sex Education  2(1): 75-86  

Teachers and advisors of women in academic science: a mixed blessing.  Proceedings of the 2002 meeting, Gender and Science Education.  National Association for Research in Science Teaching, e-publication.

Sexuality has a place in the science classroom.  Proceedings of the 2001 Annual International Conference of the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science.  (www.ed.psu/Cl/jouirnals/2001aets/01file1.asp)

Concerns in higher education: developing a program in science and technology.  (1999) Gazing into the future.  Proceedings of the gender and science education colloquium, Boston, 1999.  G. Hildebrand, ed. Victoria, Australia: University of Melbourne.  Pp. 90-92.

(1998)Issues of gender and personal life for women in academic biology. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 4(1):69-89.

Louise Pearce.  (1997)  A chapter in Women in the biological sciences: a bibliographic sourcebook.  L Grinstein, C. A. Biermann & R. K. Rose, Eds.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

(1995)Survivors of the pipeline: factors related to the retention of a group of women in academic biology. in the monograph, "Science Coeducation": Viewpoints from Gender, Race and Ethnic Perspectives. National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Dale Baker & Kate Scantlebury, Eds.

Doctoral Dissertation: (1993). Perspectives from professional survivors: Women in academic biological research. (1993) Boston University School of Education. (University Microfilms).

Abstract: Scholer A.-M., Golsteyn R., Schatten H., & Schatten G., (1986). Amoeboid sea urchin eggs produced by cytochalasin B treatment have a disrupted actin staining pattern. In The Biological Bulletin. p.475.

Works-in-Progress

I am working on a coloring book teaching aid for Human Embryology and Developmental biology.

I am doing biographical research Sara Josephine Baker, M.D., an important figure in Public Health, especially of children in the United States.