Anne-Marie Scholer teaches courses in medical biological sciences. Her interests also include equity in science education and the history of science. Dr. Scholer founded the North Shore chapter of Sigma Xi, and is a member of the executive committee. She is also a member of the Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Professions advisory committee.
Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Teaching in Science Education
Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole
Summer course - Embryology
Master of Arts in Division of Medical Sciences, Cell and Developmental Biology
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Awards and Accomplishments
Nominated for Endicott`s excellence in teaching award for 2019.
Member of Sigma Xi, the national organization for excellence in research in science, engineering, and mathematics: associate member in 1985, full member in 1998.
Member of Phi Lambda Theta, Education honor society, 1993.
Dr. Scholer is currently involved in developing a coloring book for teaching human embryology and developmental biology. She also supports student research in areas of biology related to medicine or human physiology.
Hatton, M., & Scholer, A. (2008) An evaluation of the efficacy of a laboratory exercise on cellular respiration. Journal of College Science Teaching. 38 (1), 40-45.
Scholer, A. (2002) Teachers and advisors of women in academic science: a mixed blessing. In Weinburgh, M. H., & Jones, L. S., Situating gender and science in local contexts: proceeding of the Gender and Science Education (GASE) Colloquium (pp.39-43). New Orleans, LA
Scholer, A. (2002) Sexuality in the science classroom: one teacher’s methods in a college biology course.Sex Education. 2 (1), pp.75-86.
Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Pathophysiology, Regional Anatomy, Gender & Science, Human Embryology & Developmental Biology, Science & Society, World Disease.