A404 Bailey Education Complex
Knoxville, TN 37996
|Meredith College, Raleigh, NC||B.S.||1989||Biology|
|North Carolina State University||M.S.||1999||Science Education|
|North Carolina State University||Ph.D.||2003||Science Education|
|North Carolina State University||Ph.D. comajor||2003||Forestry|
Positions & Employment
|1 yr.||NC Partnership for Mathematics and Science, UNC system|
|2 yrs.||NC A&T State University, Asst. Prof. Science Ed. in Biology Department|
|2 yrs.||Univ. of TN, Asst. Prof. of Science Ed.|
Outdoor and Environmental Education, Geographic Information Systems, Nature of Science
Hagevik, R., Melear, C., Lunsford, E, Sadler, K., & Smith-Walters, C. (in
press). Joining the Last Child in the Woods: An Argument for Environmental
Education in Teacher Preparation Programs. In P. Kurtz & F. Ren (Eds.),
Scientific Inquiry and Human Well-Being. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books
and Beijing, China: Science and Technology Publishing House.
Hagevik, R., Stubbs, H., & Whitaker, D. (submitted). Situated Learning in Environmental Education: Using Geospatial Technologies for Preservice Secondary Teachers. In A. Bodzin, B. Klein, & S. Weaver (Eds.), The Inclusion of Environmental Education in Science Teacher Education. Philadelphia, PA: Association of Science Teacher Educators.
Brownstein, E., Allan, E., Dykstra, D., Hagevik, R. & Veal, W. (submitted) Understanding and using the 2003 NSTA Science Teacher Preparation Standards. Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
Roberson, J. & Hagevik, R. (2008). Cell phones for education. Meridian Middle Schools Technology Journal, 11(2).
Hagevik, R. (2008). Facilitating Scientific Inquiry using CITYgreen and the Problem-Study Framework. Meridian Middle Schools Technology Journal, 11(1).
Hagevik, R., Hales, D. & Harrell, J. (2007). GIS Live and web problem solving. Meridian Middle Schools Technology Journal, 10(2).
College of Education, Health, & Human Sciences, Ready for the World,
Telling the story: Experiences of culturally diverse teachers
United States Forest Service, Cherokee National Forest, Conservation and Management of Tennessee’s Environment
Math and Science Partnership, Tennessee Department of Public Instruction, TENNMAPS,
College of Education, Health, & Human Sciences, Ready for the World, Brazil-UTK Connections: Teacher-to-Teacher
University of Tennessee, Freshman Seminar Program, Codes, Caudexes, and Science
NOAA, Interdisciplinary Scientific Environmental (ISET) Cooperative Research and Education Center
NSF, Teacher Professional Continuum, Content Mentoring and Its Impact On Middle Grades Mathematics and Science Teacher Effectiveness
NASA, Development of an Integrated Multidisciplinary GIS and Remote Sensing Education and Research Training Program
Comparative Analysis of Soil and Water Chemistry Associated with Coastal Plain Goods, NSF/NC-LSAMP Supplemental Award, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Faculty Development Award, NC A & T State University
Served as an advisor for 75 undergraduate students, 6 graduate students, and 2 doctoral students. Also served as a committee member for 28 graduate students and 5 doctoral students.
Technology, International/Intercultural, Middle Grades, Chair Non-formal science education
American Educational Research Association
American Geophysical Union
Association of Science Teacher Educators
International Organization for Science and Technology Education
National Association for Research in Science Teaching
National Association of Professors of Middle Level Education
National Center for Teaching Thinking
National Middle School Association
National Science Education Leadership Association
National Science Teachers Association
North American Association of Environmental Education
Phi Beta Kappa
Tennessee Environmental Education Association
The Society for Conservation Biology
-Selected and appointed by the Governor of North Carolina, Michael
Easley, to the NC Geographic Coordinating Council, 2005-2006 (resigned due
to a move to TN).
-Best Summer Research, The Relationship of Soil and Water Chemistry to the Preservation of Salamander Habitats in the Long Island Pine Barrens, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, August, 2005.
-Best Poster, selected by a peer panel, Interdisciplinary Teaching with Geospatial Technologies, NCA&T Teaching and Learning Conference, Greensboro, NC, April 2005.
-National Award, Global ReLeaf Award for Engineering Green from American Forests, San Antonio, TX, 2003.
-Phi Delta Kappa, Raleigh, NC, 2002.
-Preparing for the Professorate, selected by a national panel, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 2001-2002.
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
College of Arts and Sciences
North Carolina Center for Geographic Information Analysis
GIS Live online conference with NCDPI and other state agencies
The NC Museum of Art
USFS contract to develop conservation curriculum
Environmental Education and Teacher Exchange in Brazil through the University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil
Year 1 - Dates: 6/1/05 through 8/22/05
|Mentor - T. Green & Dr. Mark Furhmann|
|Departments - Environment, geochemistry|
|Project Name - Comparative Analysis of Soil and Water Chemistry Associated with Selected Wetland Habitats in the Long Island Pine Barrens|
I learned so many things from the experience. I learned how to listen and how to better mentor my students. I learned how to be more patient and to wait for them to discover things for themselves. I learned how critical this experiences are especially for minority students. It is a bridge for them to show them how to achieve their goals. I was able to better define my own research efforts for the future and I think that this was also true for the students.
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Building 438, PO Box 5000
Upton, New York 11973-5000
(631) 344-5832 fax
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Bldg. 438 - P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000
Phone: (631) 344-4000