The Role of a Professional Society in Broadening Participation in Science: A National Model for Increasing Persistence

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2018-09-01

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10.1093/bioscilbiy066

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Mourad, TM, AF McNulty, D Liwosz, K Tice, F Abbott, GC Williams and JA Reynolds (2018). The Role of a Professional Society in Broadening Participation in Science: A National Model for Increasing Persistence. BIOSCIENCE, 68(9). pp. 715–721. 10.1093/bioscilbiy066 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17552.

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Julie Reynolds

Associate Professor of the Practice of the Department of Biology

Julie Reynolds has a Ph.D. in biology but, through a series of unexpected events, became an expert in writing pedagogies. She spent 5 years learning to teach writing as a postdoctoral fellow in Duke University’s first-year writing program before transitioning to the biology department where she has taught science writing and writing-intensive courses to thousands of undergraduates and graduate students. With over a decade of funding from the National Science Foundation, her disciplinary-based education research has focused on how writing assignments can promote deep, conceptual learning, especially in large science courses. Dr. Reynolds is also a writing coach and has helped hundreds of scientists across the country to increase their productivity while reducing stress associated with writing.


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