Results

Resources and results from on-going and completed projects.
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A conceptual model for knowledge integration in interdisciplinary teams: Orchestrating individual learning and group processes
Author(s):Deana Pennington
Dec 11, 2015

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Developing social science identities in interdisciplinary research and education
Author(s):Eric Toman
Jan 12, 2017

Blog post published in The London School of Economics and Political Science's Impact Blog.

From Fountain to Firehose
Author(s):David Feldon
Jul 12, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Ideal Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositional Attributes of Translational Ecology Practitioners
Author(s):Michelle Baker, Gabriele Bammer, Carol Brandt, Mark Brunson, Alexis Erwin, David Feldon, Julia Gouvea, Rebecca Jordan, Sunshine Menezes, Mark Neff, Colobrí Sanfiorenzo-Barnhard, and Eric Toman
Jul 02, 2015

Matrix prepared by the SESYNC Translational Ecology pursuit group (July 2015).

Learning to Integrate Across the Natural and Social Sciences
Author(s):David J. Hawthorne and Cynthia A. Wei
Jan 18, 2016

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Model-based reasoning to foster environmental and socio-scientific literacy in higher education
Author(s):Amanda E. Sorensen, Rebecca C. Jordan, Rachel Shwom, Diane Ebert-May, Cindy Isenhour, Aaron M. McCright, and Jennifer Meta Robinson
Nov 30, 2015

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Negotiating boundaries, leadership, and integration and implementation sciences (I2S)
Author(s):Gabriele Bammer
Sep 12, 2015

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Negotiating boundaries: Effective leadership of interdisciplinary environmental and sustainability programs
Author(s):David Gosselin, Shirley Vincent, Chris Boone, Antje Danielson, Rod Parnell, and Deana Pennington
Feb 01, 2016

Article published in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Promoting Undergraduate Synthetic Learning through Case Studies on the Health of the Chesapeake Bay
Author(s):Solomon, Caroline Miller; Rashid, Khadijat; Lundberg, Daniel; and Berkowitz, Alan
Sep 03, 2013

This poster describes an undergraduate course that was an exercise in teaching and learning how students do synthesis in order to tackle socio-environmental problems as part of a multi-year, multi-intuitional teaching study conducted through the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). During spring 2013, faculty and students in the course at Gallaudet University, a small liberal arts college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, focused on the sub-optimal health of the Chesapeake Bay.

Social Science Identities in Interdisciplinary Research and Education
Author(s):Eric Toman
Aug 11, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

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