Dr. Julie L. P. Jessop is Professor, Associate Director, and Hunter Henry Chair of Chemical Engineering at Mississippi State University. She received her B.S. in 1994 and her Ph.D. in 1999, both in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University. Dr. Jessop’s research interests include spectroscopy, epoxide/acrylate photopolymerizations, dental resins, electron-beam polymerizations, and polymers from renewable resources. She has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award, the 2017 University of Iowa President & Provost Award for Teaching Excellence, and is a fellow of the American Chemical Society. She is active in the American Chemical Society as a Science Coach and Past Chair and Councilor for the Division of Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering; in RadTech as a standing member of the Technical Conference Review Committee; and for Project Lead the Way as an Affiliate Professor. She was selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) and the American Society for Engineering Education’s Virtual Community of Practice (VCP). She enjoys teaching chemical engineering and, as an alumna of FOEE and VCP, champions active learning principles and provides support for “flipped” classroom design.
Anna L. Bostwick Flaming (Specialist in Teaching and Learning, University of Iowa Center for Teaching) provides pedagogical support through one-on-one consultations, workshops, and other programs for instructors across campus. She has designed and facilitated workshops and institutes on a variety of topics, including basic teaching strategies, active learning, student motivation, inclusive teaching, and course design. Anna currently directs the Early Career and SOTL Programs and previously ran the TILE active learning Program at Iowa.
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