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Suzanne Braunschweig

PhD., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VATech) 1993
Lecturer
323 Physics Bldg
410-455-1846
sbraun@umbc.edu

 

Research Interests

Science education, plant physiological ecology, shale barren endemic plant species, long term forest community dynamics. Past research has included physiological acclimation ability of the shale barren endemic plant Eriogonum allenii and long term forest community structure of an Appalachian deciduous forest

Publications

Braunschweig, Suzanne H., Erik T. Nilsen, and Thomas F. Wieboldt. 1999 The Mid-Appalachian Shale Barrens. In: Savannas, Barrens, and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America. Edited by Roger C. Anderson, James S.
Fralin, and Jerry M. Baskin.

Parker, G.G., S. M. Hill, and L. A. Kuehnel. 1993. Decline of understory American chestnut (Castanea dentata (Marsh) Borkh.) in a southern Appalachian forest. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 23:259-265.

Recent Presentations

Fritz, John and Suzanne H. Braunschweig. 2009. Student Use Of A Check My Activity Tool In The Course Management System Blackboard To Increase Awareness Of Their Performance And Their Academic Success. University of Maryland, Baltimore County. 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore MD 21250. June
2009 ABLE Meeting, Wilmington DE.

Braunschweig, Suzanne H. and Lili Cui. 2010. A Course for Teaching Graduate Students How to Teach. University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) January 2010. Regional ABLE Meeting, McDaniel College, Westminster MD.

Courses Taught

Science 100: Water An Interdisciplinary Study
GES 220: Laboratory and Field Techniques for Environmental Science