Ian J. Quitadamo Central Washington University



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Ian J. Quitadamo


Central Washington University

Department of Biological Sciences | Department of Science Education

400 E. University Way | Ellensburg, WA 98926-7537

Phone: 509.963.2745 | Fax: 509.963.2730 | Email: iq@cwu.edu




Education


Washington State University, Pullman, WA | 2002

Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Science, Education, and Technology

Dissertation: Critical Thinking in Higher Education: The Influence of Teaching Styles and Peer Collaboration on Science and Math Learning.



Washington State University, Pullman, WA | 1997

M.S. in Genetics and Cell Biology

Thesis: Efficient Purification of Anti-Cancer Immunotherapy Antibodies Using Magnetic Beads.



Washington State University, Pullman, WA | 1993

B.S. in Biology

Major: Pre-medicine



South Puget Sound Community College, Olympia, WA | 1990

A.A. in General Science

Major: Biology, physical science, liberal arts


Honors and Awards


Nominee: United States CASE Professor of the Year. 2013.

Nominee: Kittitas County Citizen of the Year. 2012.

Distinguished Fellow: Academic Service Learning/Civic Engagement. 2007, 2012.

Crystal Apple Award: Professional Educators Advisory Board. 2008.

Baldridge Washington State Quality Award Examiner. 2008.

John Stanford Educational Achievement Award: Cascade Land Conservancy (Yakima WATERS). 2008.

Project Kaleidoscope: Faculty for the 21st Century. Class of 2005.

Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering: (5th & 6th editions). 2002.



Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Fraternity: Olympia Chapter. Class of 1990.

Undergraduate Teaching Experience


At Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA: Departments of Biological Sciences and Science Education

Biological Sciences


InstructorFundamentals of Biology (BIOL 101) | 2002-present.

  • Teach introductory biology for non-majors with emphasis on critical thinking and development of scientific literacy. Methods used include investigative research projects, case studies aligned to major course themes, small group collaboration, writing, and peer evaluation. Themes include the scientific method, evolution, ecology, cell and molecular biology, and life chemistry.

InstructorGeneral Biology II (BIOL 182) | 2009-present.

  • Teach second of three courses in biology majors sequence. Emphasize cell and molecular concepts for prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems. Methods used include discussion, think-pair-share, Socratic question-driven labs, oral comprehensive exams, and peer evaluation. Topics discussed include macromolecular chemistry, cell structure/function relationships, cancer and angiogenesis, energetics and metabolism, cell signaling and communication, and gene structure and expression.

InstructorIntroductory Cell Biology (BIOL 220) | 2003-present.

  • Teach cell biology for pre-health, nutrition, and related majors with emphasis on investigative research and critical thinking. Methods used include debate, student-driven cell culture research projects, oral comprehensive exams, and peer evaluation. Topics discussed include macromolecular chemistry, cell structure/function relationships, cancer and angiogenesis, energetics and metabolism, cell signaling and communication, and gene structure and expression.

InstructorGenetics (BIOL 321) | 2004-present.

  • Teach genetics for biology majors emphasizing applied problem solving and critical thinking. Methods used include debate, genomics microarray research projects, oral comprehensive exams, and peer evaluation. Topics discussed include Mendelian genetics and extensions, DNA structure/function, gene expression and regulation, mutation and DNA repair with relation to disease states.

InstructorBiotechnology for Teachers (BIOL 427) | 2003-present.

  • Teach laboratory-intensive biotechnology course to biology teaching majors using kit-based curriculum aligned to state and national standards. Community-based inquiry research proposal, oral exams, peer evaluation, and a course e-portfolio are used to assess inquiry teaching skills, critical thinking, reflection, and professional improvement. Topics investigated include recombinant DNA technology, cell transformation, PCR, detection of genetically-modified organisms, bioinformatics, and proteomics.

InstructorCell Biology (BIOL 430) | 2012-present.

  • Teach cell biology for cell and molecular biology majors with emphasis on investigative research and critical thinking. Methods used include debate, in-depth student-driven cell culture research projects, oral comprehensive exams, and peer evaluation. Topics discussed include macromolecular chemistry, cell structure/function relationships, cell cycle/cancer/apoptosis, energetics and metabolism, cell signaling and communication, and gene structure and expression.

InstructorLaboratory Experience Teaching Biological Science (BIOL 492/592) | 2009-present.

  • Teach undergraduate and graduate students effective process and research-based pedagogy for teaching life science laboratory. Methods used include discussion and in-class observation with emphasis on practical skills development.

InstructorSenior Seminar (BIOL 499S) | 2004-present.

  • Teach senior-level end of program course. Methods used include discussion of contemporary biological issues, debate, and resume building. An end-of-program Major Field Test is also used to assess content knowledge.


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