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					                          Rebecca Teed - Curriculum Vitae - Page 1
                    (937) 775-3446       rebecca.teed@wright.edu (e-mail)
                       Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
                                   Wright State University
                                3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
                                     Dayton OH 45435

EDUCATION:
1999: Ph.D. - University of Minnesota - Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
       Dissertation: A >130,000-Year-Long Pollen Record from Pittsburg Basin, Illinois.
       Advisor: Herb Wright, Ph.D.
1993: M. Phil. - University of Cambridge - Quaternary Studies
       Thesis: Devensian late-glacial and Holocene environmental history at Eccles Carr,
       Norfolk, U.K. Advisor: K.D. Bennett, Ph.D.
1990: B.A. - Williams College – Biology
       Honors Thesis: Succession after strip cutting. Advisor: Henry Art, Ph.D.
REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:
Teed, R. 2000. "A >130,000-Year-Long Pollen Record from Pittsburg Basin, Illinois."
       Quaternary Research 54: 264-274.
Allison, T.D., Art, H.W., Cunningham, F.E., and Teed, R. 2003. “Forty-two years of succession
       following clear-cutting in a northern hardwoods forest in northwestern Massachusetts.”
       Forest Ecology and Management 182: 285-301.
Camill, P., Umbanhowar, C.E., Teed, R., Geiss, C.E., Dvorak, L., Kenning, J., Limmer, J.,
       Walkup, K., Aldinger, J. 2003. “Late Glacial and Holocene Climatic Effects on Fire and
       Vegetation Dynamics at the Prairie-Forest Ecotone in South-Central Minnesota.”
       Journal of Ecology 91: 822-836.
Teed, R. 2005. “A student-centered project for Earth system history.” Journal of Geoscience
       Education 53: 96-100.
Umbanhowar, C.E.. Jr., Camill, P., Geiss, C., and Teed, R. 2006. Asymmetric vegetation
     responses to mid-Holocene aridity at the prairie–forest ecotone in south-central
     Minnesota. Quaternary Research 66 (1): 53-66.
Slattery, W., Teed, R., Cole, T. and Davis, C. 2007. A multi-disciplinary Earth systems course
        designed for pre-service middle school teachers. Journal of Geoscience Education 55:
        218-221.

Teed, R., Umbanhowar, C.E., Jr., Camill, P. In prep. Multi-proxy lake sediment records at the
     northern and southern boundaries of the aspen parkland region of Manitoba, Canada. The
     Holocene.
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FUNDED GRANT PROPOSALS:
Lunsford, S., Slattery, W., Teed, R., and Ciampaglio, C. 11/05. Partners in Integrated Earth
       Systems Science (PIES). Ohio Board of Regents - Title II: Improving Teacher Quality
       Program (WSU 06-232-21) – $63,806
Slattery, W., Teed, R.E., Delivering On-Line Professional Development Courses to a New
     Population of K-12 teachers, 3 years, $39,220, 8% overhead, 50% portion, Institute for
     Global Environmental Studies (funded by NASA)
PROFESSIONAL TEACHING & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
Sept. 2006 – present. Assistant Professor. Dept of Earth & Env. Sciences/Dept. of Teacher
       Eduction. Wright State University.
       Teaching geology to education majors and in-service teachers. Courses taught include
       Concepts in Geology and Earth Systems.

Sept. 2004 – Aug. 2005. Visiting Assistant Professor. Dept of Geological Sciences. Wright
       State University.
       Teaching geology to education majors and in-service teachers. Courses taught include
       Concepts in Geology, MST Project Development, and Earth Systems.
Sept. 2003-July 2003. Research Associate, Science Education Resource Ctr., Carleton College.
       Contribute to the development of Starting Point, a web resource for instructors of
       introductory geoscience, environmental science & oceanography.
       Modules developed: Role-Playing, Earth History, Interactive Lectures, Game-Based
       Learning, Cooperative Learning.
July 2001 – July 2003. Research Associate, Department of Biology, Carleton College.
       Fossil pollen and diatom analysis of Minnesota and Manitoba lake sediment.
Jan. 2002 – July 2004 – Adjunct faculty. Dept. of Geology/Graduate School, U. of Minnesota.
       Instructor for Earth Systems Science for Teachers (3 times online, once face-to-face)
Aug. 2000 – May 2001. Lecturer, European Division, U. of Maryland University College.
       Teaching college-level biology, math, and computer science to U.S. Armed Forces
       personnel in Turkey, Bosnia, and Bahrain. – 53 credit-hours.
       Courses taught include General Biology (5 times) & Human Genetics
Nov. 1999 – Aug. 2000. Post-doctoral Researcher, Dept. of Geology, U. of Minnesota.
       Supervision of student interns working on isotopes from Lake Zeribar, Iran
       Fossil pollen analysis of Black Sea sediment & fossil diatom analysis of Catfish Pond Ill.
Sept. 1993 - June 1999. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Ecology/General Biology
       Program, U. of Minnesota.
       Instructed laboratory classes, devised and graded quizzes and papers, tutored students.
       Lab sections taught include General Biology (~20 terms), Introduction to Evolution,
       Ecology & Evolution
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HONORS, & AWARDS:
2002 DLESE Fellowship. Online Course for Accessible Web Site Development. - tuition
2002 National Coalition for Online Learning Research Fellowship - $2600
2001 Medal for Service with NATO on Operations in Relation to the Former Yugoslavia.
1994 Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Department Fellowship, University of Minnesota.
1992 Graduate School Fellowship, University of Minnesota.
1990 Dr. Herchel Smith Fellowship. Emmanuel College, Cambridge University.
1990 Sigma Xi, Cum Laude. Williams College MA.
RESEARCH GRANTS:
1998 Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Department Presentation Fellowship. $350.
1997 National Science Foundation Research Training Research Grant #R58. $1500.
1997 American Quaternary Association Student Travel Grant. $400.
1996 Quaternary Paleoecology Minor Summer Research Award. $1025.
1994 National Science Foundation Research Training Research Grant #R32. $ 350.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
American Quaternary Association                   Sigma Xi
Nat’l Association of Geoscience Teachers          Ecological Society of America
Earth System Science Education Alliance           National Science Teachers Association
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
2005-present Reviewer for the Journal of Geoscience Education
2004-2005     Acting director of the Masters in Science Teaching – Earth Science program.
2004-present College of Science and Math – Science Education Committee
Sept. 2002    Presenter at the Itasca Family Weekend, Lake Itasca, MN.
2002-2003     Member - Sigma Delta Epsilon (Graduate Women in Science) Xi Chapter Board.
1994-1996     Establishment of a World-Wide-Web for the Limnological Research Center.

1992-1994     Member - American Quaternary Association 13th Biennial Meeting Local
              Organizing Committee.
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RECENT POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS:
Teed, R.E., Deuter, L., Kesler, A., Parker, G., Sparks, M. 2008. “Preliminary Results from a
  Holocene Record from Crystal Lake, Southwestern Ohio.” Poster at American Quaternary
  Association, State College, PA.
Slattery, W., Teed, R.E., Low, R. 2007. “Three sciences- Two Years- One Solution- Using the
   Earth System Science Education Alliance On-line Course to build K-12 Teacher Earth System
   Science Content and Pedagogical Knowledge.” Presentation at American Geophysical Union,
   San Francisco CA.
Cole, T., Teed, R., Slattery W. 2006. “Alignment of Content and Pedagogy in an Earth Systems
  Course for Pre-Service Middle School Teachers.” Presentation at American Geophysical
  Union, San Francisco CA.
Teed, R.E., Slattery, W., Cole, T. 2006. “Earth Systems: A Course Designed to Build Earth
  Science Content and Pedagogy in Pre-service Middle-School Teachers.” Presentation at
  Geological Society of America, Philadelphia PA.
Teed, R.E., Slattery, W. 2006. “Using Content Pre- and Post-Testing in a Geosicence Class for
  Pre-Service Teachers.” Presentation at GSA Regional Mtg., Akron OH.
Teed, R. and Manduca, C. 2004. “Teaching with Games: Online Resources and Examples for
  Entry-Level Courses” Poster presented at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco CA.
Savina, M.E. and Teed, R. 2004. “Starting Point: Using Words and Pictures to Capture the
   Essence of Field Work” Poster presented at Geological Society of America, Denver CO.
Teed, R., P. Camill, C.E. Umbanhowar, Jr., C. Geiss, B. Murphy, J. Dorr. 2004. “Multi-proxy
   lake sediment records at the northern and southern boundaries of the aspen parkland region
   of Manitoba, Canada.” Presentation at Ecological Society of America, Portland OR.
Teed, R. and Manduca, C. 2004. “Using an Earth History Approach: A Web Resource for
   Educators.” Poster presented at Digital Library for Earth System Education, Madison WI.
Teed, R., P. Camill, C.E. Umbanhowar, Jr., C. Geiss, B. Murphy, J. Dorr. 2004. “Multi-proxy
   lake sediment records at the northern and southern boundaries of the aspen parkland region
   of Manitoba, Canada.” Poster presented at American Quaternary Association, Lawrence KS.
Teed, R. 2003. “Technical Preparedness in Students in Online Courses.” Presentation to the
       National Coalition for Online Learning Research, Chicago IL.
Umbanhowar, Jr. C.E., P. Camill, R. Teed. C. Geiss. 2003. "Climate change and ecosystem
     response at the boundaries of the mid-Holocene dry period based on sediments from two
     lakes in the big woods of Minnesota." Poster presented at Geological Society of
     America, Seattle WA.
Umbanhowar, C.E., Jr., P. Camill, R. Teed, G.E. Geiss, L. Dvorak, J. Kenning, J. Limmer, K.
     Walkup. 2002. "Climate, fire, and vegetation change over the past 10000 years at two
     sites along the prairie-forest border in south central Minnesota." Poster presented at
     Ecological Society of America, Tucson AZ.
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GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:
ED 670: MST Project Development (WSU – Master’s in Science Teaching)
    Fall 2004: 18 students
GL 607: Earth Science through Inquiry (WSU – Master’s in Science Teaching)
    Fall 2004, Winter, Spring, Fall 2005, Winter, Fall 2006: ~ 1 student/quarter
GL 699: Caves, Rivers, and Earthquakes (WSU – Master’s in Science Teaching)
    Summer 2005: ~ 12 students
GL 699: Partners in Earth Systems Education (WSU - Master’s in Science Teaching)
    Summer 2006: ~ 24 students
GEOL 5001: Earth Systems (University of Minnesota – Master’s in Education)
    Summer 2003: 6 students
GEOL 5001: Earth Systems (University of Minnesota – Master’s in Education)
      Spring 2002: ~ 4 students
      Spring 2003: ~ 8 students

COMPLETED MASTER’S IN SCIENCE TEACHING - STUDENT COMMITTEES:
2005
Alex Chestnut “Using Sequence Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Paleontology to Identify the
       Facies of Exposed Bedrock in Miami County, Ohio, and to Map the Depositional
       Environment during the Silurian Age” (C. Ciampaglio, Chair)
Donna Anderson “A Field Trip to the Carolinas: Discovering the Paleontology and Geology of
       the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras” (C. Ciampaglio, Chair)
Lance Waggoner “GIS in Ohio Education: Teaching Earth Science using Real-World Data
       (GLOBE) and Geographic Information Systems” (S. Cheng, Chair)
Rachel Sanders “Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Paleontology of a Silurian-age Quarry in
       Ludlow Falls, Ohio with Classroom Application” (C. Ciampaglio, Chair)

2006
Katy Brashear “Scripting for a Sunny Day: Finding Success through Scientific Writing”(W.
       Slattery, Chair)
Holly Clark “Young Learners” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Carol Tichio “Virtual Field Trips: How Beneficial Are They?” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Lisa Ziegler “How a Reading Teacher Can Integrate Science into Their Curriculum Using
       Children’s Literature” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Pat Gram “Writing for Science” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Chad Runyon “Using Guided Inquiry to Address a High-School’s Ohio Graduation Test (OGT)
       Requirements in Earth and Space Sciences.” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Amy Rohrbach “The Dirt on Soil” (W. Slattery, Chair)
Lauren Williamson “A Preliminary Morphometric Analysis of the Morphologically Variable
       Clypeasteroid (Echinoidea) Periarchus lyelli” (C. Ciampaglio, Chair)

2007
Shawn Ryan (C. Ciampaglio, Chair)
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2008
April Wisebaker “” (Songlin Cheng and Rebecca Teed, Co-chairs)
Angela Kunk “Recycling” (William Slattery, Chair)

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