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Community College Science: Balancing the Needs of Students with the Needs of the Institution

How community college science educators can balance the needs of their students and the mission of their institution.

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Community college strategies

Student recruitment and retention

Economic mobility mission

Join our dynamic panel of seasoned educators, Maryline Chemama, PhD (Chaffey College), Megan Kundinger, BS, MS (Mid-State Technical College), and Charlotte Snoberger, MSc (Casper College), as they delve into the crucial role community colleges play in shaping the future of education and economic development. In this engaging session, our experts will explore innovative strategies to effectively balance the unique needs of growing populations of non-traditional students and dual enrollment students while staying true to the open enrollment and economic mobility missions of their institutions. Our panel will discuss the role community colleges play in economic development, accessible education for a diverse student population, and how institutions can adopt the Entrepreneurial approach to better-serve students and the community.

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Join our dynamic panel of seasoned educators, Maryline Chemama, PhD (Chaffey College), Megan Kundinger, BS, MS (Mid-State Technical College), and Charlotte Snoberger, MSc (Casper College), as they delve into the crucial role community colleges play in shaping the future of education and economic development. In this engaging session, our experts will explore innovative strategies to effectively balance the unique needs of growing populations of non-traditional students and dual enrollment students while staying true to the open enrollment and economic mobility missions of their institutions. Our panel will discuss the role community colleges play in economic development, accessible education for a diverse student population, and how institutions can adopt the Entrepreneurial approach to better-serve students and the community.

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Community college strategies

Student recruitment and retention

Economic mobility mission

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Maryline Chemama, PhD

Chemistry Professor

Chaffey College

Maryline Chemama is a Chemistry professor, Distance Education coach, and coordinator at Chaffey College. Her academic journey began at Sorbonne University, Paris, focusing on Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry. After completing a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, she pursued postdoctoral studies at UC Riverside, discovering a passion for teaching. She is committed to fostering inclusive learning environments and empowers students from diverse backgrounds to excel. With expertise in Organic Synthesis and a heart for mentorship, Dr. Maryline Chemama continues to inspire the next generation of scientists and educators.

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Megan Kundinger, BS, MS
Natural Sciences Team Lead and Instructor
Mid-State Technical College

Megan Kundinger is a Natural Sciences Team Lead and Instructor. She loves teaching science and seeing her students' faces light up when they accomplish their goals. Megan holds a master’s degree in bacterial genetics and pathogenicity from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Mid-State, Megan worked with research labs at the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and in the Environmental Health and Medical Genetics labs at Marshfield Laboratories. She has published papers on bacterial genetics in research journals.

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Charlotte Snoberger, MSc
Biology Instructor
Casper College

Charlotte Snoberger teaches six classes in the Biology Department at Casper College, a two-year college, and she oversees the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management program. Before teaching, Charlotte worked as a herpetologist for a state wildlife management agency.

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Julian Allen, PhD
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Labster

Julian Allen is the Vice President of Academic Affairs for Labster, whose interactive virtual training simulations provide immersive digital learning experiences that reinforce the exciting connection between science and the real world for more than six million students in educational institutions around the globe. When he was the Chief Learning Innovations Officer at Georgia State University, Dr. Allen led initiatives to strengthen teaching and learning through the strategic use of technology, innovative pedagogies, and data analytics. He was also a faculty member in the Learning Technology Leadership program at the nonprofit association EDUCAUSE, helping develop the next generation of learning technology innovators.

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Community College Science: Balancing the Needs of Students with the Needs of the Institution

May 30, 2024 3:00 PM
ET

Community College Science: Balancing the Needs of Students with the Needs of the Institution

May 30, 2024 3:00 PM
ET
How community college science educators can balance the needs of their students and the mission of their institution.

Join our dynamic panel of seasoned educators, Maryline Chemama, PhD (Chaffey College), Megan Kundinger, BS, MS (Mid-State Technical College), and Charlotte Snoberger, MSc (Casper College), as they delve into the crucial role community colleges play in shaping the future of education and economic development. In this engaging session, our experts will explore innovative strategies to effectively balance the unique needs of growing populations of non-traditional students and dual enrollment students while staying true to the open enrollment and economic mobility missions of their institutions. Our panel will discuss the role community colleges play in economic development, accessible education for a diverse student population, and how institutions can adopt the Entrepreneurial approach to better-serve students and the community.

Presenter(s)

Maryline Chemama, PhD

Chemistry Professor

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Chaffey College

Maryline Chemama is a Chemistry professor, Distance Education coach, and coordinator at Chaffey College. Her academic journey began at Sorbonne University, Paris, focusing on Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry. After completing a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, she pursued postdoctoral studies at UC Riverside, discovering a passion for teaching. She is committed to fostering inclusive learning environments and empowers students from diverse backgrounds to excel. With expertise in Organic Synthesis and a heart for mentorship, Dr. Maryline Chemama continues to inspire the next generation of scientists and educators.

Maryline Chemama is a Chemistry professor, Distance Education coach, and coordinator at Chaffey College. Her academic journey began at Sorbonne University, Paris, focusing on Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry. After completing a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry, she pursued postdoctoral studies at UC Riverside, discovering a passion for teaching. She is committed to fostering inclusive learning environments and empowers students from diverse backgrounds to excel. With expertise in Organic Synthesis and a heart for mentorship, Dr. Maryline Chemama continues to inspire the next generation of scientists and educators.
Megan Kundinger, BS, MS

Natural Sciences Team Lead and Instructor

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Mid-State Technical College

Megan Kundinger is a Natural Sciences Team Lead and Instructor. She loves teaching science and seeing her students' faces light up when they accomplish their goals. Megan holds a master’s degree in bacterial genetics and pathogenicity from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Mid-State, Megan worked with research labs at the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and in the Environmental Health and Medical Genetics labs at Marshfield Laboratories. She has published papers on bacterial genetics in research journals.

Megan Kundinger is a Natural Sciences Team Lead and Instructor. She loves teaching science and seeing her students' faces light up when they accomplish their goals. Megan holds a master’s degree in bacterial genetics and pathogenicity from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Mid-State, Megan worked with research labs at the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and in the Environmental Health and Medical Genetics labs at Marshfield Laboratories. She has published papers on bacterial genetics in research journals.
Charlotte Snoberger, MSc

Biology Instructor

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Casper College

Charlotte Snoberger teaches six classes in the Biology Department at Casper College, a two-year college, and she oversees the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management program. Before teaching, Charlotte worked as a herpetologist for a state wildlife management agency.

Charlotte Snoberger teaches six classes in the Biology Department at Casper College, a two-year college, and she oversees the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management program. Before teaching, Charlotte worked as a herpetologist for a state wildlife management agency.
Julian Allen, PhD

Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Labster

Julian Allen is the Vice President of Academic Affairs for Labster, whose interactive virtual training simulations provide immersive digital learning experiences that reinforce the exciting connection between science and the real world for more than six million students in educational institutions around the globe. When he was the Chief Learning Innovations Officer at Georgia State University, Dr. Allen led initiatives to strengthen teaching and learning through the strategic use of technology, innovative pedagogies, and data analytics. He was also a faculty member in the Learning Technology Leadership program at the nonprofit association EDUCAUSE, helping develop the next generation of learning technology innovators.

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