2005 PKAL National Colloquium

Planners and Presenters

Translating How People Learn into a Roadmap for Institutional Transformation
Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza & the Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Kansas City, Missouri
September 30 - October 2, 2005

National Colloquium Planners & Presenters include:

  • Deborah Allen*- Associate Professor of Biology, University of Delaware
  • Robert J. Beichner*- Alumni Distinguished Professor of Physics, North Carolina State University
  • Myles G. Boylan*- Lead Program Director for CCLI, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation
  • Susan B. Chaplin*- Professor of Biology, University of St. Thomas
  • Anne C. Dema- Associate Dean for General Education, Professor & Chair of Chemistry, William Jewell College
  • Diane Ebert-May*- Professor of Plant Biology, Michigan State University
  • Stephen C. Ehrmann*- Vice President, The TLT Group
  • Terence G. Favero*- Professor of Biology & Associate Dean of Curriculum, University of Portland
  • Thomas C. Greene*- Gaines Professor of Psychology, St. Lawrence University
  • Kenneth Heller*- Professor of Physics, University of Minnesota
  • Daniel P. Heruth- Associate Professor & Chair of Biology, William Jewell College
  • Marianne Jordan*- Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations, Bowdoin College
  • Trace Jordan*- Assistant Director of the Morse Academic Plan, New York University
  • Jay B. Labov*- Senior Advisor for Education & Communications, National Research Council
  • Phillip D. Long*- Senior Strategist for the Academic Computing Enterprise, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • David Lopatto*- Professor of Psychology, Grinnell College
  • Jose Mestre*- Professor of Physics, University of Massachusetts
  • Barbara Murray*- Director, Center for Science & Mathematics, University of Redlands
  • Jeanne L. Narum*- Director, Project Kaleidoscope
  • Wendy Newstetter*- Director of Learning Sciences, The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Gregor M. Novak*- Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Department of Physics, United States Air Force Academy
  • Diana G. Oblinger*- Vice President, Educause
  • Christopher O'Neal*- Instructional Consultant for the Sciences, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT), University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
  • Karl A. Smith*- Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
  • Donna L. Sundre*- Center for Assessment & Research Studies, James Madison University

Participating Design Professionals

  • James W. Baird*- Principal, Holabird & Root
  • Thomas C. Celli- President & Architect, Celli-Flynn Brennan Turkall
  • Anthony R. Duce- Senior Vice President, SDA Architects
  • Richard M. Heinz- Principal, Research Facilities Design
  • Charles J. Kirby- Managing Partner, Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering
  • Scott Kelsey*- Principal, CO Architects
  • Peter G. Kuttner*- President, Cambridge Seven Associates
  • Arthur J. Lidsky- President, Dober, Lidsky, Craig & Associates
  • Toni Loiacano- Intern Architect, SDA Architects
  • Robert E. Nalls- President, Nalls Architecture
  • Michael J. Reagan*- Director of Science & Technology, Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates
  • Cahal Stephens- President & CEO, Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering
  • Howard Wertheimer- Principal, Lord, Aeck & Sargent Architecture

    * - denotes 2005 PKAL Roundtable on the Future participant