Featured below are several SoTL publications authored or co-authored by Lafayette faculty members, staff members, and students. 

Professor Mary Armstrong, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies & English 

Armstrong, MA. (2011). Small World: Crafting an Inclusive Classroom (No Matter What You Teach). Thought & Action, 51-61.

Professor Justin Hines, Chemistry

Serrano A, Liebner J, Hines JK. (2016). Cannibalism, Kuru, and Mad Cows: Prion Disease As a “Choose-Your-Own-Experiment” Case Study to Simulate Scientific Inquiry in Large Lectures. PLoS Biol,14(1), e1002351. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002351.

Professor Polly Piergiovanni, Chemical Engineering 

Piergiovanni PR. (2014). Creating a Critical Thinker. College Teaching 62, 3, 86-93. 

Piergiovanni PR. (2014). Adsorption Kinetics and Isotherms: A Safe, Simple, and Inexpensive Experiment for Three Levels of Students. Journal of Chemical Education, 91, 4, 560–565.

Professor Dave Sunderlin, Geology and Environmental Geosciences

Sunderlin D. (2012). Ideas for Creating a Stimulating Undergraduate Paleobiology Course: Emphasis on Student-Directed Learning, Evolution, and the Chronological Succession of Phanerozoic Life. Paleontological Society Special Publication, 12, 11-20.

Sunderlin D. (2009). Integrative mapping of global-scale processes and patterns on “Imaginary Earth” continental geometries as a teaching tool in an Earth History course. Journal of Geoscience Education, 57(1), 73-81.

Sunderlin D, Xu L. (2008).  An Island Studies Course at a Liberal Arts Institution: Pedagogy from a Natural History Perspective. Island Studies Journal, 3(2), 199-210.