Anne-Marie ScholerAnne-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

Current President of the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi, a science research honor society including members from Endicott College, Gordon College, Salem State University, and the community.
Member of Academic Policy and Ranking committees.

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.