Minsu Ha, Ph.D
Postdoctoral Associate

Ph.D. Science Education, The Ohio State University
Ed.M. Biology Education, Korea National University of Education
B.A. Biology Education, Korea National University of Education

Dr. Minsu Ha is a postdoctoral associate in the Center for Science and Mathematics Education. He has studied machine-learning methods in educational assessment, assessment design and evaluation, studies of science learning in different countries and cultures, and the learning and teaching of evolution.

Dr. Ha has published articles in science education journals such as the Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Science & Education, Journal of Science Education and Technology, and CBE-Life Sciences Education. Dr. Ha currently serves on the International Committee of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Dr. Ha’s awards include the Young IHPST Scholar Award (2012) and the Marilyn Ruth Hathaway Scholarship (2012).

E-mail: minsu.ha@stonybrook.edu


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October 2: Astronomy Open Night - "What did New Horizons teach us about the system formerly known as Plant Pluto?" (Dr. Alan Calder)

October 9: Physics Open Night - "Spin Crisis: What do we know now" (Dr. Abhay Deshpande)

October 16: Living World Open Night - "Coastal Ocean Acidification" (Dr. Christopher Gobler)

October 23: Geology Open Night - "Deciphering the Climate History of Mars through the Mineralogic Record" (Dr. Deanne Rogers)

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