Dr. Lemons is a biology education researcher at the University of Georgia. Dr. Lemons also directs the SEER Center at UGA, a collaboration of faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and undergrads who conduct research across STEM contexts to improve learning for all students.
Dr. Loertscher is a chemistry education researcher from the Seattle University. Dr. Loerscher's research focuses on student learning and understanding in undergraduate chemistry and biochemistry courses.
Dr. Minderhout is a chemistry education researcher from Seattle University. Dr. Minderhout is currently focused on researching the threshold concepts necessary for student understanding of biochemistry.
Dr. Prevost is a biology education researcher from the University of South Florida. Her research interests include the development of automated written assessments, assessment driven instructional practices and graduate student professional development.
Dr. John Skvoretz is Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and former Dean of USF’s College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Skvoretz's research focuses on four areas, group processes and social psychology, network analysis and modeling, theoretical measurement and representation methods, and models of social behavior.