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  • Mutegi, J. W., Morton, C. H., & Etienne, L. K. (2019). Reconceptualizing science education for learners of African descent. In G. M. Prime (Ed.), Centering race in the STEM education of African American K–12 learners (pp. 71-93). New York: Peter Lang. (Learn More • Infographic)

  • Morton, C. H., & Mutegi, J. W. (2013). Red Alert: A simulation. Mathematics Teaching, 234, 29-32. (Full Text)

  • Mutegi, J. W., & Morton, C. H. (2012). Socially Transformative Science Pedagogy for African American Males: Dispatches from the Vanguard. African American Learners, 1(2). (Full Text)

  • Mutegi, J. W. (2011). Scientists in the Making: Promoting African American Students’ Interest in Science through Inquiry-based, Culturally Relevant Instruction. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 5(1), 51-61. (Full Text)

  • Hermann, R., & Lewis, B. F. (2004). A formative assessment of geologic time for high school earth science students. Journal of Geoscience Education, 52, 231-235. (Full Text)

  • Hermann, R., & Lewis, B. F. (2003). Moon misconceptions: Bringing pedagogical research of lunar phases into the classroom. The Science Teacher, 70(8), 51-55. (Full Text)

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Translational Scholarship

Translational research is inter-disciplinary, it has the goal of making a difference in people’s lives, and it takes knowledge generated from scientific inquiry and transforms that knowledge into practices and solutions. These publications represent our translational work.