Angela Kelly, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae

TEACHING AND RESERACH INTERESTS
  Inequities in secondary physics and chemistry access; science teacher recruitment and retention; pedagogical content knowledge in the physical sciences; educational technology in the science classroom.

HIGHER EDUCATION

Columbia University, New York, NY  (5/2006)                                                                                              
     Ph.D., Science Education                                                                                                        
         Dissertation Title: Newton in the Big Apple: Issues of Equity in Physics Access and Enrollment in
         New York City Public High Schools
         Sponsors: O. Roger Anderson & Keith Sheppard
     M.Phil., Science Education  (10/2005)                                                                                                      

Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY
     Ed.M., Curriculum and Teaching   (2/2007)                                                                                             
     M.A., Secondary School Science Education   (2/2000)                                                                              

La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
     B.A., Chemistry   (5/1993)      
                                                                                                          

EXPERIENCE
Post-Secondary Teaching
    Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy, SUNY Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY  (2011-present)
          Associate Director, Science Education Doctoral Program, Center for Science & Mathematics Education
    Assistant Professor of Science Education,Lehman College, City University of New York  (2007-2011)
          Department of Middle & High School Education, School of Education
          [Promoted to Associate Professor, effective 1/2012]                         
    Adjunct Assistant Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY  (2004-2010)
          Graduate Program in Science Education, Department of Mathematics, Science & Technology
    Workshop Instructor, College Now, City University of New York  (2008-2009)
          Professional development and curriculum training for secondary physical science teachers
    Workshop Instructor, Center for Technology and School Change  (2004-2008)
          Teacher Leadership Quality Partnership (NYSED), Teachers College, Columbia University
          Professional development and instructional technology implementation for science and math teachers
    Graduate Teaching Assistant, Chemistry Department, Villanova University, Villanova, PA  (1993)

Secondary Science Teaching (Grades 7-12)
     Physics and Chemistry Teacher, Bronx Institute, Lehman College, City University of New York  (2008-2011)
          Center for Gifted and Talented Youth and Enlace Latino Collegiate Society Programs
     Physics Teacher, Jonathan Dayton High School, Springfield, NJ   (2005-2007)
     Physics and Chemistry Teacher, Summit High School, Summit, NJ   (2000-2004)
     Chemistry and Physical Science Teacher, Union High School, Union, NJ  (1999-2000)

Other Professional Experience
     Science Consultant, Bronx Early College Academy, New York City Department of Education  (2007-2008)
     Supervisor of Pre-Service Physics Teachers, Teachers College, Columbia University  (2004-2005)
     Peace Corps Fellows Field Supervisor, Teachers College, Columbia University  (2004-2005)
     Analytical Inorganic Chemist, Johnson Matthey Incorporated, West Deptford, NJ   (1992-1993)

EDUCATIONAL LICENSURE
  New Jersey Administrative Certificate: Supervisor of Science (2005)
  New Jersey Standard Instructional Certificates: Physics (2001), Chemistry (2001), and English (2005)


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journals
 

Kelly, A.M. (2013). Physics teachers’ perspectives on factors that affect urban physics participation and accessibility. Physical Review Special Topics – Physics Education Research, 9(1), 010122. Available from http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevSTPER.9.010122.

  Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S.M., & Qian, G. (2013). First-year urban mathematics and science teachers: Classroom challenges and reflective solutions. Education and Urban Society, 45(5). Published online May 29, 2013, doi:10.1177/0013124513489147.
  Kelly, A.M. (2012). Engaging students in classifying matter. The Science Teacher, 79(7), 14-15.
  Kelly, A.M., & Gonzalez, C.* (2012). Urban secondary science teacher career satisfaction and retention in an alternative certification program. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 6(2), 47-64.
 

Bradley, D.B., & Kelly, A.M. (2011). Promoting inclusiveness in acoustical physics. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 15(4), 88-93.

 

Kelly, A.M. (2011). Teaching Newton’s laws with the iPod Touch in conceptual physics. The Physics Teacher, 49(4), 202-205.

 

Kelly, A.M., & Kennedy-Shaffer, R.* (2011). Teaching Newton’s laws to urban middle school students: Strategies for conceptual understanding. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 5(1), 54-67.

  Chen, J., Shankar, S., Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., & Rajaravivarma, R. (2010). A two-stage approach for contiguous sequential pattern mining. International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications, 6(2/3), 113-120.  
 

Kelly, A.M. (2010). Transformative informal physics in the Bronx. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 14(1), 57-62.

  Kelly, A.M., & Sheppard, K. (2010). The relationship between the urban small schools movement and access to physics education. Science Educator, 19(1), 14-25.
  Kelly, A.M., & Smith, J. (2010). Science education and TESOL: A collaborative professional development model for first-year teachers in alternative certification programs. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 4(2), 27-45
 

Kelly, A.M., & Sheppard, K. (2009). Secondary physics availability in an urban setting: The relationship to academic achievement and course offerings. American Journal of Physics, 77(10), 902-906.

 

Kelly, A.M., & Sheppard, K. (2008). Newton in the Big Apple: Access to high school physics in New York City. The Physics Teacher, 46(5), 280-283.

*Master’s thesis advisee in Program in Science Education at Lehman College, CUNY.

Invited Articles

  Norris, L., & Kelly, A.M. (2013). Position statement of the National Alliance of Black School Educators on Physics First. Invited position paper published on the website of the National Society of Black Physicists. Available from http://vector.nsbp.org/2012/03/16/national-alliance-of-black-school-educators-endorses-physics-first/
 

Aquino, A.E., Kelly, A.M., & Bayne, G.U. (2010). Sharing our teachers: The required graduate class at the American Museum of Natural History for Lehman College (CUNY). The New Educator Journal, 6(3/4), 225-246.

  Sloan, H., & Kelly, A.M. (2010). The TRUST (Teacher Renewal for Urban Science Teachers) Partnership: Institutional impacts at Lehman College. The New Educator Journal, 6(3/4), 212-224.
  Kelly, A.M. (2008). No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and issues of equity in physics access and enrollment. Invited position paper published in the Public Policy Forum of the website of the National Society of Black Physicists. Available from http://www.nsbp.org/en/cms/?1871.

Invited Conference Proceedings

 

Kelly, A.M. (2008). Inequities in physics access and enrollment in urban high schools. In C. Henderson, M. Sabella, & L. Hsu (Eds.), 2008 American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings Series: Vol. 1064. Physics Education Research Conference (pp. 30-33). Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics. Available from http://www.compadre.org/PER/items/detail.cfm?ID=7961.

 

Kelly, A.M. (2007). Inequities in physics access for students in urban secondary schools. Lay Language Paper Index of the 154th Acoustical Society of America Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Available from http://www.acoustics.org/press/154th/kelly.html.

   
Refereed Conference Proceedings
  Kelly, A.M. (2010). Differentiating the underrepresented: Physics opportunities for Bronx high school students in a university setting. In H. Oluseyi (Ed.), 2009 American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings Series: Vol. 1280. Joint Annual Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists and the National Society of Hispanic Physicists (pp. 176-181). Melville, NY: American Institute of Physics. Abstract available from http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010AIPC.1280..176K.            
 

International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration (pp. 382-387), Las Vegas, NV. Chen, J., Shankar, S., Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., & Rajaravivarma, R. (2009). A two-stage approach for contiguous sequential pattern mining. Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Abstract available from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=5211583.

 

Chen, J., Shankar, S., Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., & Rajaravivarma, R. (2009). An adaptive bottom-up clustering approach for web news extraction. Proceedings of the Eighteenth Wireless and Optical Communications Conference (pp. 1-5), Newark, NJ. Abstract available from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=5312904.

   

Refereed Conference Abstracts

 

Bradley, D.T., & Kelly, A.M. (2010, March). Vassar College - Bronx Institute acoustics workshop for low-income, ethnic minority, urban high school students. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127(3), 1946.

 

Kelly, A.M. (2007, November). Inequities in physics access for students in urban secondary schools. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122(5), 2986-2987.

   

Book Chapters

 

Kelly, A.M. (2013). Promoting the physical sciences among middle school urban youth through informal learning experiences. In M.S. Khine & S.M. Issa (Eds.), Approaches and Strategies in Next Generation Learning Science (pp. 184-204). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

  DelliCarpini, M., Cutler, C., Gulla, A.N., Kelly, A.M., Shiller, J., & Smith, J. (2012). Teacher education that works: Collaboration between TESOL and content-based education faculty to better prepare future teachers. In A. Cohan & A. Honigsfeld (Eds.), Breaking the Mold of Education for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students (pp. 219-227). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
 

Kelly, A.M. (2005). Integrating reading, language arts, and science. Houghton Mifflin Science Professional Development Handbook: Grades 3 and 4. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 51-64.

Commissioned Research Report

 

Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., Chen, J., Shankar, S., & Rajaravivarma, R. (2009). Research into outcomes and trends of NSF STEM education grants at the City University of New York. Research report commissioned by the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs and Vice Chancellor Gillian Small (99 pages).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Peer Reviewed National and International Conferences
 

Hantz, C.**, & Kelly, A.M. (2014, March). Earth Science Curricular Reform in Secondary Education: A Systems-Based Approach. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Kiely, J., Kelly, A.M., La Magna, K., Moloney, D.J., & Bynum, R.D. (2014, March). Research on Impacts of University-Based Biotechnology Teaching Laboratories on Teacher Professional Development and Student Outcomes. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

McHugh, L.**, & Kelly, A.M. (2014, March). Impacts of a Middle School Mathematics-Science Integration Program. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Kelly, A.M., & Sheppard, K. (2014, January). Physics Coursetaking, Teacher Recruitment, and Resource Allocation: Implications for Policy and Practice. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education, San Antonio, TX.

 

Kiely, J., Kelly, A.M., La Magna, K., Moloney, D., & Bynum, R.D. (2014, January). Biotechnology Teaching Laboratories: University Outreach for Science Teacher Professional Development and Advanced STEM Learning. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education, San Antonio, TX.

 

Sheppard, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2013, May). A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Physical Science Accessibility in High Needs Schools. Presentation at the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.

  Smith, D., Rosa, K., Denisova, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2012, July). Teaching Physics in Urban Schools. Workshop presented at the Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Philadelphia, PA.
  Sheppard, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2012, May). Physics and Chemistry Offerings in New York State: Enrollment, Policy, and Needs. Presentation at the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.
 

Qian, G., Kelly, A.M., & Gningue, S.M. (2012, April). Understanding Noyce Scholars’ Epistemological Beliefs about Teaching and Learning Science and Mathematics. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

Kelly, A.M. (2012, March). Science Teachers’ Views of Factors that Affect Urban Physics Accessibility and Participation. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, IN.

  Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., Soriano, J., Hanson, K., Pantojas, N., & Abreu, R. (2011, July). Noyce Scholars’ Reflections on Teaching in High-Poverty Urban Schools: Challenges and Strategies. Presentation at the 2011 National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.
  Sheppard, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2011, July). Suburban Science Education. Presentation at the 2011 National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.  
  Macdonald, M.B., Kelly, A.M., Aquino-Gerard, A.E., & Bayne, G.U. (2011, April). Why Are We Sharing our Teachers? Urban Museum and University Preparing Urban Science Teachers. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 
  Kelly, A.M., Riccio, J.F., & Baldwin, B.C. (2011, January). Developing a Framework for Evaluating Teachers’ Content Knowledge throughout Participation in Math-Science Partnerships in Two States. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education, Minneapolis, MN.
  Qian, G., Kelly, A.M., Soriano, J., Maras, M., & Brown, W. (2010, July). Scientists in Action: Learning and Teaching Mathematics and Science by Using Community Resources. Presentation at the 2010 National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC. Abstract retrieved September 30, 2010, from http://www.nsfnoyce.org/files/2010/06/38B.pdf.
  Kelly, A.M., & Smith, J.(2010, May). Science Education and TESOL: A Collaborative Professional Development Model for Alternative Certification Teacher Induction. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
  Bradley, D.T., & Kelly, A.M. (2010, April). Vassar College - Bronx Institute Acoustics Workshop for Low-Income, Ethnic Minority, Urban High School Students. Presentation at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD. Abstract published (2010, March) in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127(3), 1946.
  Gonzalez, C.*, & Kelly, A.M. (2010, March). A Case Study of Secondary Science Teacher Career Satisfaction and Retention in an Alternative Certification Program. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Philadelphia, PA.
  Kelly, A.M., Gningue, S., Chen, J., Shankar, S., & Rajaravivarma, R. (2010, March). Trends and Outcomes of NSF STEM Education Grants at the City University of New York: Implications for Policy, Practice, and Future Initiatives. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Philadelphia, PA.
  Kelly, A.M., & Qian, G. (2009, July). Mathematics and Science Teacher Education Renewal (MASTER) Program at Lehman College. Poster presented at the 2009 National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.
  Kelly, A.M., Leventhal, A.*, & Marcinowski, L.* (2009, April). Pedagogical Content Knowledge in High School Chemistry: Teacher Efficacy, High Stakes Standardized Testing, and Student Outcomes. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Garden Grove, CA.   
  Sheppard, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2009, April). The Small Schools Movement and its Impact on Physics Education in New York City. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Garden Grove, CA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2009, February). Differentiating the Underrepresented: Physics Opportunities for Bronx High School Students in a University Setting. Paper presented at the Joint Annual Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists and the National Society of Hispanic Physicists, Nashville, TN.   
  Kelly, A.M., & Sheppard, K. (2008, March). Construction of a Latent Variable to Predict Physics Access in U.S. Urban High Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Baltimore, MD.
  Sheppard, K., & Kelly, A.M. (2008, March). The Small Schools Movement in New York City and its Impact on Physics Education. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.
  Kelly, A.M. (2006, April). Factors that Influence the Opportunity to Study Physics in New York City High Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2006, April). Restructured Secondary Schools and Access to Science: The Case of Physics in New York City. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2005, April). Newton in the Big Apple: Physics Enrollment in New York City High Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Dallas, TX.
                 
Invited Talks/Colloquia
 

Physics Education as an Interdisciplinary Career and Research Field. (2014, January). Conference on Undergraduate Women in Physics, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

 

Active Learning and Instructional Reforms in the Physics Classroom. (2013, December). Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium Series, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. 

 

Equity Data on Secondary Physics in U.S. Schools: Urban and Suburban Perspectives. (2013, March). Women in Science & Engineering, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

 

Elementary Science Education: Preparing Students for 21st Century Innovation. (2013, January). Harbor Country Day School, Stony Brook, NY.

 

Programmatic Impacts of Local Secondary STEM Policy. (2012, September). The Council for Opportunity in Education’s 31st Annual Conference, New York, NY.

 

Identifying Pre-College STEM Opportunity to Learn. (2012, September). The Council for Opportunity in Education’s 31st Annual Conference, New York, NY.

  Teachers’ Roles in Expanding Physics Participation Among Urban Students. (2012, July). The Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Philadelphia, PA. 
 

Equity Data on Secondary Physics in U.S. Schools: Urban and Suburban Perspectives. (2012, February). The Physics TeacherEducation Coalition Conference [PhysTEC], Ontario, CA.

 

Secondary Physics in U.S. Schools: Urban and Suburban Perspectives. (2011, November). World of Physics Colloquium Series, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY.

 

Accessibility and Participation in Secondary Physics: Diverging Views of Physics Teachers and School Administrators. (2011, September). The Joint Annual Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists and the National Society of Hispanic Physicists, Austin, TX.

 

Physics in Secondary Schools: Research on Factors Impacting Accessibility. (2011, March). Department of Physics & Astronomy Colloquium, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. Abstract available from http://astro.sunysb.edu/mzingale/colloquia/colloquia_AY1011/.

 

Physics in Urban Secondary Schools: Preparing Teachers and Promoting Equity. (2010, November). Chemistry & Physics Department, Chicago State University, Chicago, IL. Abstract available from http://www.csu.edu/chemistryandphysics/scienceed/noyce/.

 

The Challenges of Teaching Physics in Urban Secondary Schools. (2010, September). Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. Abstract available from http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/per/seminars/AKelly.html.

  Bradley, D.T., & Kelly, A.M. (2010, April). Vassar College - Bronx Institute Acoustics Workshop for Low-Income, Ethnic Minority, Urban High School Students. Presentation at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD.
 

Teachers as Agents of Change in Transforming Urban Physics Education. (2010, April). Physics Education Research Group, Florida International University, Miami, FL.

 

Teaching Physics in Urban Schools: Challenges and Solutions for Broadening Participation. (2010, February). The Physics TeacherEducation Coalition Conference [PhysTEC], Washington, DC. Abstract available from http://www.ptec.org/conferences/2010/presenters.cfm.

 

Issues and Challenges for Diversity in Physics from the K-12 Arena. (2009, February). The Physics Diversity Summit, Nashville, TN.

 

Models of Pedagogical Content Knowledge in an Urban Summer Chemistry Program. (2008, November). The Responsive Research Network, Hunter College, City University of New York.

 

Inequities in Physics Access and Enrollment in Urban High Schools. (2008, July). The Physics Education Research Conference, University of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.           

 

Activism Through Research: Inequitable Physics Access and Proposed Policy Reforms. (2008, July). The Plenary Bridging Session of the Annual Conference of the American Association of Physics Teachers and the Physics Education Research Conference, University of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

 

Urban Youth and Access to High School Physics: Issues, Inequities, and Policies. (2008, February).The Joint Annual Conference of the National Society of Black Physicists and the National Society of Hispanic Physicists, Washington, DC.

 

No Child Left Behind, Diversity, and Access to K-12 Science. (2008, February). The Physics Diversity Summit, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.

 

Issues of Equity in Physics Access and Enrollment in NYC Public High Schools. (2007, November).The 154th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans, LA.

 

Issues of Equity in Physics Access and Enrollment in NYC Public High Schools. (2007, June). The American Institute of Physics Advisory Liaison Committee on Underrepresented Minorities, The American Center for Physics, College Park, MD.


Peer Reviewed Regional Conferences
  Kelly, A.M. (2011, October). Noyce Scholars’ Reflections on Teaching in High-Poverty Urban Schools: Challenges and Strategies. The Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (Northeast Division), Black Rock Forest, Cornwall, NY.
  Kelly, A.M. (2009, October). A Case Study of Secondary Science Teacher Career Satisfaction and Retention in an Alternative Certification Program. The Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (Northeast Division), Wilkes Barre, PA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2008, October). Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Chemistry Teachers: Reflections and Outcomes. The Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (Northeast Division), Wilkes Barre, PA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2008, April). Urban Youth and Access to High School Physics: Issues, Inequities, and Policies. The 11th Annual Urban University Conference Series of the New York City Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in Science, The City College of the City University of New York.
  Kelly, A.M. (2007, October). Inequitable Access to Physics in Urban High Schools: The Impact on Science Teacher Education. The Annual Conference of the Association of Science Teacher Education (Northeast Division), Amherst, MA.
  Kelly, A.M. (2001, May). Using Interactive Physics in Science Instruction. (2001, May). Professional development workshop presented at the New Jersey Statewide Systemic Initiative, Middlesex County Community College, Edison, NJ
  Kelly, A.M. (2001, May). Computer-Based Learning in Physics and Chemistry. Professional development workshop presented at the New Jersey Statewide Systemic Initiative, Middlesex County Community College,

Invited Conference Panel Participation
 

Engineering and Engineering Applications in STEM. (2013, March). Brookhaven National Laboratory Career Advancement in a Research Environment (CARE)Conference, Upton, New York. 

  Closing Session of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2008, July). The Physics Education Research Conference, University of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  Down from the Ivory Tower: Physics Teachers and Education Researchers as Activists. (2008, July). The Plenary Bridging Session of the Annual Conference of the American Association of Physics Teachers and the Physics Education Research Conference, University of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
 

Education in Acoustics: Professional Development for K-12 Science Teachers. (2007, November). The 154th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans, LA.

PROFESSIONAL HONORS

Featured Article and Most Downloaded Article, April Issue of The Physics Teacher  (2011)
Provost’s Faculty Recognition Award for Excellence in Scholarship & Research, Lehman College  (2010)
Editors’ Choice Honors, Spring Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly  (2010)
Salute to Scholars Certificate of Recognition, Chancellor Goldstein of the City University of NY (2010)
Faculty Fellowship Publication Program, City University of New York (2008-2009)
Outstanding Teacher Award, Teachers College, Columbia University (2005-2006)


GRANT FUNDING

Multiple
 

SUNY/New York Academy of Sciences STEM Mentoring Initiative - $139,514 (2013-15)
Stony Brook STEM Mentoring Initiative 
[Sub-award from NSF 1223303]
PI: Angela Kelly (lead author); Co-PI: Monica Bugallo, Stony Brook University

 

SUNY – Innovative Instructional Technology Grant - $52,000 (2013-15)
Exploring New Horizons: Science and Engineering Everywhere, At Anytime, For Everyone         
Lead PI: Monica Bugallo; Co-PIs: Angela Kelly (contributing author), Helio Tekai, Stony Brook

 

National Science Foundation – S-STEM Scholarship Program - $592,911 (2009-2013)
Success and Diversity in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Geosciences
[NSF 0849783]
Lead PI: Angela Kelly; Co-PIs: R. David Bynum, David Ferguson, Roy Lacey, Daniel Knopf, SUNY Stony Brook

  New York State Education Department Math/Science Partnership Grant - $3,163,620 (2010-2013)
Teacher Education for Advanced Science Preparation (TEASP)
Lead PI: Joseph Rachlin; Co-PI: Angela Kelly (contributing author), Lehman College; Institutional Partner: New York City Department of Education
 

National Science Foundation – S-STEM Scholarship Program - $592,911 (2009-2013)
Success and Diversity in Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Geosciences
[NSF 0849783]
Lead PI: R. David Bynum; Co-PIs: Angela Kelly, David Ferguson, Roy Lacey, Daniel Knopf, SUNY Stony Brook

  National Science Foundation – Robert Noyce Scholarship Program - $749,838 (2009-2013)
Mathematics and Science Teacher Education Renewal (MASTER) Program at Lehman College
[NSF 08-532: Award 0833317]
Lead PI: Gaoyin Qian; Co-PIs: Angela Kelly (contributing author), Seringe Gningue, Liesl Jones, Lehman College
  National Science Foundation – Robert Noyce Scholarship Supplemental Grant - $120,562 (2009-2013)
Mathematics and Science Teacher Education Renewal (MASTER) Program at Lehman College
[NSF 08-532: Award 0833317]
Lead PI: Gaoyin Qian; Co-PIs: Angela Kelly (lead author), Seringe Gningue, Liesl Jones, Lehman College
  Office of Academic Affairs of the City University of New York - $65,000 (2008-2009)
Research into Outcomes of NSF STEM Education Grants at the City University of New York
Co-PIs: Angela Kelly (lead author), Serigne Gningue, Lehman College; Jinlin Chen, Queens College; Subash Shankar, Hunter College; Rathika Rajaravivarma, New York City College of Technology
Individual
  Professional Staff Congress – City University of New York Faculty Grant - $2,925 (2010-2011)
Second-Year Physics Teachers in Urban Secondary Schools: Isolation, Self-Efficacy, and Resilience
  Professional Staff Congress – City University of New York Faculty Grant - $5,600 (2009-2010)
Physics Learning Opportunities in U.S. Urban High Schools
  George N. Shuster Fellowship - $1,530 (2009)
Science Teacher Retention in an Alternative Certification Track: Examining the New York City Teaching Fellows Program
  Responsive Research Network – Math Science Partnership (MSPinNYC) - $17,000 (2008-2009)
Chemistry Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge in a Summer Program for Urban High School Students
[Subaward from NSF Award 0412413]
  Professional Staff Congress – City University of New York Faculty Grant - $4,500 (2008-2009)
The Experiences of Underrepresented Minorities in Science-Themed Selective Urban High Schools

TEACHING AND COURSE DEVELOPMENT

Doctoral Science Education Courses Taught at Stony Brook University
CSM 599: Graduate Research in Science Education (Spring 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013)
CSM 620: Science Teacher Education (Spring 2014, Fall 2013)
CSM 630: Science Education Research Seminar (Fall 2012, Fall 2011) – New Course
CSM 640: Directed Study in Science Education (Spring 2012)

Undergraduate Non-Major Physics Courses Taught at Stony Brook University
PHY 121: Physics for Life Sciences I (Spring 2014, Spring 2013)
PHY 122: Physics for Life Sciences II (Fall 2013, Fall 2012)
PHY 125: Classical Physics A for Physical Sciences and Engineering, Lecture (Spring 2012)
PHY 125: Classical Physics A for Physical Sciences and Engineering, Recitation (Spring 2012)
PHY 131: Classical Physics for Physical Sciences and Engineering I (Fall 2014) – New Course
PHY 475: Undergraduate Teaching Practicum (Spring 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2012)

Master’s Level Courses Taught at Teachers College, Columbia University
MSTC 4047: Physical Science Curriculum and Methods Laboratory (Summer 2010, Summer 2008, Summer 2007, Spring 2007, Summer 2006, Spring 2006, Summer 2005, Spring 2005, Summer 2004)
            MSTC 4075: Concepts of Physics I (Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2004)
            MSTC 4076: Concepts of Physics II (Summer 2005)

Master’s Level Science Education Courses Taught at Lehman College, CUNY
ESC 519: Teaching Science in Middle and High School (Summer 2010, Summer 2008, Spring 2008)
            ESC 595: Internship in Classroom Teaching (Fall 2007)
            ESC 611: Seminar in Science Education (Fall 2008, Fall 2007)
            ESC 705: Research Methods in Science Education (Fall 2008)
            ESC 707: Thesis Project Seminar II (Spring 2010, Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Fall 2007)
            ESC 722: Teaching Literacy Skills in Science (Summer 2011, Summer 2010)
ESC 770: Advanced Methods in Teaching Science in Middle and High School (Summer 2009)
ESC 771: Integrating Mathematics, Science, and Technology for Middle School Learners (Spring 2011, Spring 2010) – New Course
ESC 790: Seminar in Middle and High School Mathematics and Science Education (Spring 2010, Fall 2009)

Master’s Level Physics Course Taught at Lehman College, CUNY
            PHY 605: Physics for Educators, Laboratory (Spring 2009) – New Course

Undergraduate Physics Courses Taught at Lehman College, CUNY
            PHY 135: Fundamental Concepts and Methods of Physics, Lecture (Fall 2010)
            PHY 135: Fundamental Concepts and Methods of Physics, Laboratory (Fall 2010)

 

CURRENT DOCTORAL STUDENTS

Jessica Deserio, Reliability of Science Teacher Evaluation Systems in Long Island Schools
Jennifer Gatz, Impacts of Afterschool Programs on Science Achievement and Cognitive Executive Functioning
Catherine Hantz, The Development of Earth Science Systems Education in New York State
Kimberly Heale, The Influence of Reform-Based Secondary Classroom Practices on Student Interest and Persistence in STEM
Colleen Martin, The Development of Science Self-Concept among Underrepresented Minority Female High School Students
Luisa McHugh, Mathematics and Science Integration in Middle School Curricula
Stephanie O’Brien
Hope Sasway

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Science Education Community
  Member, Advisory Board of NY Botanical Garden’s IMLS Leadership Grant, 2014-present
  Reviewer, Physical Review Special Topics – Physics Education Research, 2013-present
 

Member, PhysTEC Committee on Quality in K-12 Physics Education, 2011-present

  Reviewer, Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2010-present
 

Reviewer, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2008-present

 

Annual Conference Proposal Assessor, National Association of Research in Science Teaching, 2005-present

  Reviewer, Effective Practices in Preservice Physics Teacher Education (Edited Volume), 2013
  Member, Advisory Board of NY Botanical Garden’s Exposing the STEM in Sticks and Stones, 2012-13
 

Member, APLU Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative (Physics Advisory Group), 2011

 

Member, Carnegie Higher Education Panel on Middle School Science, AMNH, 2009

 

Annual Conference Discussant, Physics Education Research Conference, 2008

  Annual Conference Discussant, National Association of Research in Science Teaching, 2008
Stony Brook University, SUNY
 

Member, Certification Exam Committee, Science Education Program, 2013-present

 

Member, Physics M.A.T. Committee, Department of Physics & Astronomy, 2012-present

 

Faculty Evaluator, Graduate T.A. Training at Fall Orientation, 2012-present

 

Faculty Evaluator, M.A.T. Candidate Demonstration Lessons, 2012-present

 

Presenter, CESAME Advisory Board Annual Meetings, 2012-present

 

Member, Undergraduate T.A. Training Committee, Department of Physics & Astronomy, 2012-present

 

Associate Director, Science Education Program, 2011-present

 

Stony Brook Representative, Physics Teacher Education Coalition [PhysTEC], 2011-present

 

Search Committee Member, Tenure Track Position in Science/Chemistry Education, 2013-14

 

Member, Program Committee, Conference of Undergraduate Women in Physics, 2013-14

 

Faculty Judge, Computer & Electrical Engineering Summer Camp, 2012-13

 

Co-Author, Center for Science & Mathematics Education Five-Year Strategic Plan, 2013

 

Faculty Representative, Brookhaven National Laboratory Admitted Students Day, 2013

 

Member, Doctoral Admissions Committee, Science Education Program, 2013

 

Presenter, Doctoral Admissions Open Houses at West and Manhattan Campuses, 2012

 

Search Committee Member, Tenure Track Position in Science Education, 2012

 

Search Committee Member, Lecturer in Science Education, 2011

Lehman College, CUNY
 

Director, Teacher Education for Advanced Science Preparation Program [TEASP], 2010-11

 

Chair, Department of Middle & High School Education Curriculum Committee, 2009-11

 

Member, Graduate Studies Committee, 2009-11

  Lehman College Representative, Physics Teacher Education Coalition [PhysTEC], 2009-11
 

Member, NSF Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship Proposal and Steering Committees, 2008-11

 

Coordinator, Graduate Program in Science Education, 2007-11

 

Search Committee Member, Professor of Social Studies in Middle & High School Education, 2011

 

Member, President’s STEM Education Strategic Plan Committee, 2011

 

Search Committee Member, Professor of Research Methods in Middle & High School Education, 2009-10

 

Professional Staff Congress [PSC-CUNY] Faculty Grants Review Panel – Education Awards, 2008-10

 

Acting Director, Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program, 2010

 

Member, ePortfolio Committee, 2008-09

 

Lehman College Representative, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, 2008-09

 

Contributing author, NCATE/SPA rejoinder report for Science Education Program, 2009

 

Member, Bronx Early College Academy Curriculum Planning Committee, 2007-08

 

Lead author, NCATE/SPA rejoinder report for Science Education Program, 2008


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Association of Physics Teachers
Association of Science Teacher Education
National Association of Research in Science Teaching
Physics Teacher Education Coalition
School Science and Mathematics Association

SELECT PRESS AND INTERVIEWS

Research profiled in the November 2010 issue of Lehman College’s Spotlight on Research, special issue featuring the Department of Middle & High School Education. Retrieved November 20, 2010, from http://www.lehman.edu/lehmantoday/email/2010_11/.
Lehman recipients of Faculty Recognition Awards profiled in May 10, 2010 Lehman Today. Article title: “Faculty Recognized for Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.” Retrieved May 21, 2010, from http://www.lehman.edu/lehmantoday/2010_05/t_faculty_recognition.html.
Research on physics access referenced in the March 2010 joint APS/AAPT/AIP research report completed by the National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics. Retrieved February 28, 2010, from http://www.ptec.org/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=8868&DocID=1191.
Collaboration between the Physics Program of the Bronx Institute and Prof. David Bradley of Vassar College featured in March 15, 2010 issue of Bronx Institute e-news. Article title: “Enlace Students Attend Physics Workshop at Vassar College.” Retrieved May 21, 2010, from http://www.lehman.edu/deanedu/thebronxinstitute/HTMLs/e-News/2010-03-15_ENLACE_StudentsAttendPhysicsWorkshopVassarCollege.html
Collaboration between the Physics Program of the Bronx Institute and Prof. David Bradley of Vassar College featured in the Vector Blog of the website of the National Society of Black Physicists. Article title: “Inclusiveness in Physics Education.” Retrieved February 28, 2010, from http://blogs.nsbp.org/vector/category/acoustics-acou/.
Work with Bronx Institute students referenced in September 10, 2009 issue of Lehman Today. Article title: “Investing in Future Scientists.” Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/lehmantoday/2009_09/t_bronxinstitute.html
Quoted by Rhianna Wisniewski in July 2009 issue of Symmetry: Dimensions of Particle Physics. Article title: “Growing a Diverse Workforce.” Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/cms/?pid=1000721
Work with Bronx Institute students referenced in December 15, 2008 issue of Lehman E-News (Vol. 8, No. 9). Article title: “Bronx Institute’s Enlace Program Recognized as National Model.” Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/lehman/enews/2008_12_15/feat_bronxinst.html.
Competitive research award highlighted in the CUNY Research Newsletter, Spring/Summer 2008, Vol. 4, No. 1, p.15. Article titled “Multi-College Research Team to Examine Outcomes of NSF STEM Education Grants at CUNY.” Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.cuny.edu/research/news-events/Research-News-Stories.html.

 







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