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Publication

Are graphic novels always cool? Student and parent perspectives on elementary mathematics and science graphic novels: The need for action research by school leaders

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published Are graphic novels always cool? Student and parent perspectives on elementary mathematics and science graphic novels: The need for action research by school leaders in Planning and Changing, Vol. 47, Issue 3/4, p. 228-245, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Sandi Cooper, Gretchen Schwarz, and Amanda Walker.

Award

Quest for Quality Exemplary Faculty Practice Award

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, received Quest for Quality Exemplary Faculty Practice Award from CREATE (Center for Research, Evaluation and Advancement of Teacher Education), January 1, 1970.

Award

Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) EC-6 Generalist Test Redesign Invited Committee Member

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, received Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES) EC-6 Generalist Test Redesign Invited Committee Member, January 1, 1970.

Award

STEM Teacher Education Colloquium Invited Participant

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, received STEM Teacher Education Colloquium Invited Participant, January 1, 1970.

Grant (External)

Immersed in the wetlands: An environmental academy for educators

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith; $139,179.00; Immersed in the wetlands: An environmental academy for educators; Environmental Protection Agency.

Professional Leadership

Education Organization Representative, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith; Education Organization Representative; American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Grant (External)

Teachers teaching with technology: Hosting a T^3 regional conference

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith; $6,000.00; Teachers teaching with technology: Hosting a T^3 regional conference; Texas Instruments.

Grant (External)

Improving material safety through the minimization of oxidative stress potential: A mechanistic understanding of ROS generation in in viro and in vivo systems

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith; $91,000.00; Improving material safety through the minimization of oxidative stress potential: A mechanistic understanding of ROS generation in in viro and in vivo systems; NSF.

Grant (External)

Educational materials and infrastructure for teaching concepts in rational molecular design

Dr. Suzanne Nesmith; $71,582.00; Educational materials and infrastructure for teaching concepts in rational molecular design; NSF.