Teaching/Undergraduate and Graduate Education

Section: Teaching/Undergraduate and Graduate Education
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 9:30 AM–12:15 PM
Location: Sebastian I-1
Chair: Jodi Sterle, Iowa State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#478 “Pre-Veterinary Academy” course exposes and inspires.
Andrew Fidler
9:45 AM
#479 SafeAssign as a tool for student identification of potential plagiarism.
Sarah A. Reed
10:00 AM
#480 Using animal sciences courses to teach general university learning goals.
Martin Maquivar
10:15 AM
#481 Perceptions and effectiveness of teaching methods and technology in animal sciences classes.
John P. McNamara
10:30 AM
#482 Closing the gap between society and university: Effect of teaching animal welfare and animal rights course to animal sciences students at Washington State University.
Martin Maquivar
10:45 AM
11:00 AM
#483 The relationship between delivery and discovery skills and student performance in animal science courses.
A. Ahmadzadeh
11:15 AM
#484 Gender differences in species and career interests among students in first-year seminar courses.
Michael G. Gonda
11:30 AM
#485 Factors affecting first-year academic success in a large animal science program.
Amanda L. Robinson
11:45 AM
#486 Integration of an immersive experience in public policy and governmental affairs into agricultural sciences PhD training programs.
Catherine W. Ernst
12:00 PM
#487 Changes in emotional intelligence scores following a peer mentor experience.
Amanda L. Robinson