|Jennifer Marie Blue|
Haverford College BS physics 1991
University of Minnesota MS physics 1994
University of Minnesota PhD science education 1997
Join Miami faculty in 2002
Office: 23 Culler
My research agenda runs on two main tracks. One is research into undergraduate physics laboratory classes, where I have studied learning and attitudes. The other is science education, where I have studied the professional development of teachers. I regularly teach introductory lab, a course for pre-service teachers, and calculus-based physics.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications
Jennifer Blue, S. Burcin Bayram & S. Douglas Marcum (2010). Creating, implementing, and sustaining an advanced optical spectroscopy laboratory course. American Journal of Physics 78(5), 503.
Jennifer Blue & Joshua Jacob (2009). Student perceptions of an introductory laboratory course. Proceedings of the 2009 Physics Education Research Conference, 101. Henderson, Sabella & Singh, Eds. AIP.
Jennifer Blue (2009). Southwest Ohio Science Institutes: A partnership model for professional development. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education 22(1), 30.
I am working half-time as a Faculty Assessment Associate this year.
Class taught: PHY 215, Physics by Inquiry, MWF 2:10-4:00 pm
Office Hours: Wednesdays 10-11 am & Fridays 1-2 pm