Science teaching, science learning

sharing evidence-based practices for undergraduate science faculty 

Graduate student presentations of BOLD projects


Kendra H. Oliver*, Danielle Picard*, John Wikswo, and Cynthia J. Brame. Use of web-logs (blogs) to promote student ownership. Presented at the 2016 Experimental Biology conference, San Diego, CA, April 2016. Summary


Samantha Tramontano*, Guilherme Gualda, Lily Claiborne, and Cynthia J. Brame. Developing and incorporating instructional videos and quizzes as a blended and online learning component in an undergraduate optical microscopy curriculum. Presented at the American Geophysical Union annual meeting,  San Francisco, CA, December 2015. Summary 


Mary E. Keithly*, Cynthia J. Brame, Mark A. Woelfle, and Katherine L. Friedman. Blending it up: Active learning in a STEM classroom through the use of on-line materials. Presented at the American Chemical Society annual meeting, August 2015. Summary


*Graduate student collaborators

 


Undergraduate presentations on CK1 protein kinases


Gaurav Shah** and Cynthia J. Brame. Isolation and phosphorylation analysis of Yck2, a CK1 protein kinase. Presented at the Centenary Student Research Forum, April 2012; awarded third place in the Natural Science oral competition.

Harry Chiang** and Cynthia J. Brame. Does the RD pocket contribute to regulation of CK1 protein kinases? Presented at the Centenary Student Research Forum, April 2012.

MK Orsulak**, Priscilla Hawthorne**, and Cynthia J. Brame. Retinoid-containing anti-aging cosmiceuticals do not exhibit photocarcinogenicity in C57Bl/6 mice. Presented at the Centenary Student Research Forum, April 2012.

Wesley Carlisle** and Cynthia J. Brame. Integration of mathematical approaches into the cell biology curriculum. Presented at the Centenary Student Research Forum, April 2011; awarded first place in the Humanities and Social Science oral competition. 

Joshua Phillips**, Lauren C. Larkin**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Ser243 in the activation loop of the Yck2 CK1 protein kinase may be an inhibitory phosphorylation site. Poster presented at 2011 Experimental Biology annual meeting, April 2011, and the Centenary Student Research Forum, April 2011.

Lauren C. Larkin**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Investigation of a potential tyrosine phosphorylation site in the activation loop of a yeast casein kinase 1 protein kinase. Poster presented at 2011 Experimental Biology annual meeting, April 2011. Poster also presented at Student Research Forum, April 2011; awarded second place in poster presentations.

Matthew N. Blam**, Troy C. Messina, Cynthia J. Brame, and Lucy C. Robinson. Molecular modeling of casein kinase 1. Poster presented at 241st National American Chemical Society meeting, March 2011.

S. Elise McMahen**, Wesley Carlisle**, Jonathan Carrere**, Marci McMahen**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Does phosphorylation of a conserved tyrosine regulate CK1 activity? Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 2010.

Ahmad Azzawe**, Chris Bryan**, Bethany Joseph**, MK Orsulak**, Taylor Pahls**, Joshua Phillips**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Does phosphorylation of an activation loop serine inhibit CK1 activity? Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 2010.

Dallas Krentzel**, Noor Azzawe**, Michaela Berg**, Caitlin Cavarra**, John Cefalu**, Jordan Day**, Rob Grand**, Sarah Kuruvilla**, Ruth Litwinowicz**, Colin McRae**, Marco Rajo**, Kelly Reed**, Tyler Smith**, Garrett Vick**, Heather Wensler**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Investigation of the conserved RD pocket in the CK1 protein kinase family. Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 2010; awarded third place in poster presentations.

Jessica L. Miller**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Investigation of a conserved serine residue in a yeast casein kinase 1 protein kinase. Poster presented at 2009 American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Student Poster Competition, April 2009. Poster also presented at Student Research Forum, April 2009.

Jordan Day**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Investigation of a conserved tyrosine residue in a yeast casein kinase 1 protein kinase. Poster presented at 2009 American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Student Poster Competition, April 2009. Poster also presented at Student Research Forum, April 2009; awarded third place in poster presentations.

Spencer Saulsbury**, Cynthia J. Brame, and Lucy C. Robinson. Does Yck1/2 phosphorylation affect septin-dependent compartmentalization in yeast cells? Poster presented at 2009 American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Student Poster Competition, April 2009. Poster also presented at Student Research Forum, April 2009.

Jillian A. Kennedy**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Understanding the Differential Efficiency of Palmitoylation of Two C-terminal Cys Residues. Poster presented at the Student Research Forum, April 19, 2007. Awarded first place in poster presentations.

Jillian A. Kennedy**, Elizabeth M. Wilson**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. The Effect of Deletion of Four Consecutive Histidines on Yeast Casein Kinase 2 Function. Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006.

Talicia Johnson**, Cheynita Metoyer**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Does instability of a mutant Yck2 protein require Yck2 kinase function? The effect of a kinase domain mutation in an unstable Yck2 mutant. Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006.

Kelly Waterhouse**, Julia Reynolds**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Does deletion of a large glutamine/alanine-rich sequence alter function or localization of yeast casein kinase 2? Poster presented at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006. Awarded second place in poster presentations.

Brittany Bjerke**, Lucy C. Robinsin, and Cynthia J. Brame. The effects of the conversion of a lysine to an arginine in the catalytic site of Yck2 in Saccaromyces cerevisiae. Oral presentation at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006.

Travis Reece**, Michelle McNamara**, Allyson Sandifer**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Membrane localization of Yeast Casein Kinase 2 by palmitoylation: Does distance from the carboxyl terminus matter? Oral presentation at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006.

Brett Martin**, Courtney Rome**, Jennifer Wilson**, Ashley Williams**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. Effects of the deletion of 17 amino acids from the carboxyl terminus of Yeast Casein Kinase 2. Oral presentation at Student Research Forum, April 21, 2006. Awarded first place in oral presentations.

Beth Allen**, Lucy C. Robinson, and Cynthia J. Brame. The effect of Yck phosphorylation of SEC4 on vesicle function with the plasma membrane. Poster presentation at Student Research Forum, April 2005. Type your paragraph here.


** Undergraduate student collaborator