Location: Waterford, United States
Member since: February 2013
Feb 11, 2013
“ She knew my project better than I did and came up with improvements immediately upon starting. She is very intelligent and professional at all times. Since she does not just do the minimum required by your project, you have go to hire her.<br/>She knew my project better than I did and came up with improvements immediately upon starting. She is very intelligent and professional at all times. Since she does not just do the minimum required by your project, you have go to hire her.<br/> ”
Keyholder, open and close establishment, assist with photography for website and social media
River City Marina
Daily marina operations, ordering, customer service, team training, social media, text message club, email club, promotion, public relations, marketing
Fine jewelry sales, open and close department including security of diamonds and till money, train new employees
Work on various freelance projects as assigned. SEO, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, HootSuite, Pintrest, YouTube, etc.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Summer Research Fellowship
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Award for paid fellowship to conduct research in the educational chemistry field. Presented research at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research as well as 8 local symposiums.
SCALE LITERACY OF STUDENTS IN INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
Author: Lindsey Janowiak Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Kristen Murphy Department: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Institution: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Institutional Address + Zip: 3210 N Cramer, Milwaukee, WI 53211.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has identified four common themes for science literacy: systems, models, constancy and change, and scale. These themes pervade any science course, and scientifically literate students would be expected to be successful in these courses. However, scale is the only theme that is not specifically addressed in the National Science Education Standards [and therefore typically not included in the K-12 curriculum. There is an assumption that concepts o