Travis Lund

Dr. Travis Lund

Dr. Travis Lund, Assistant Professor

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Professional Background

Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, Oregon Institute of Technology (2014-present)
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska Lincoln (2013-2014)
Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of Colorado Boulder (2013)
B.S in Chemistry, George Fox University (2006)

Previous Research Interests

  • Asymmetric Recognition of Nucleobase Features by DNA Polymerases
  • Synthesis of a Novel Dibasic (A:T) 2'-deoxyriboside
  • Question Order Effects in Chemistry Concept Inventories
  • Awareness and Adoption of Research-Based Instructional Practices in STEM Education

Conference Presentations, Summer 2014

Invited Concluding Keynote, 2014 Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research National Meeting (Twin Cities, MN; July 17-20). Characterization of the Biology Education Research-Practice Gap and Factors Influencing It. T.J. Lund, M. Stains.

2014 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (Allendale, MI; August 3-7, 2014). Infusing the Science of Learning into Your Chemistry Classroom: Evidence-Based Instructional Practices (Workshop). M. Stains, T.J. Lund, S. Pazicni.

2014 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (Allendale, MI; August 3-7, 2014). Characterization of the Research-Practice Gap in Chemistry Education and Factors Influencing It. T.J. Lund, M. Stains.

2014 American Chemical Society National Meeting (San Francisco, CA; August 10-14). Influencing faculty instructional strategies: The effect of an on-site, semester-long faculty development workshop on classroom practices. T.J. Lund, D. Chakraverty, M. Pilarz, J. Velasco, M. Stains.

2014 American Chemical Society National Meeting (San Francisco, CA; August 10-14). Awareness and adoption of student-centered instructional strategies at a research-intensive institution. T.J. Lund, M. Stains.