Dr. Merrilee Anderson
Associate Professor of Science and Mathematics
Mount Aloysius College
Cresson, PA 16630-1999
Mount Aloysius College faculty profile
SENCER Leadership Fellow Profile: Dr. Merrilee Anderson Uses Abandoned Mine Drainage as a Teaching Tool for Biology, Chemistry, and Civic Engagement.
Courses taught with ABSL components:
- Arena, C.M., Galebach, J.L., Mandichak, T.M., Engle, J.M., Anderson, M.G. Identification of diatoms in a healthy Pennsylvania stream compared to three downstream sites impacted by Abandoned Mine Drainage. Fine Focus. 2014; Vol. 1, pp.29-38. Read full article.
Related ABSL Activities:
- Anderson, M. Using Abandoned Mine Drainage as a Teaching Tool for Biology, Chemistry, and Civic Engagement. Poster presentation at: 2014 NCSCE/SENCER Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session. Faculty collaborators: Dr. J. Michael Engle and Dr. Penny O'Connor; 2014 Sept. 28-30; Washington, D.C. Click to view poster.
- Woodley, S.K., Anderson, M., Deiner, J., Engle, M., Rowe, G., Senko, J., Trun, N. Incorporating novel research into classrooms using application-based service learning. Poster presented at: The Society for Comparative and Integrative Endocrinology meeting; 2016 Jan. 4; Portland, Ore. Click to view published abstract. Click to view poster.