Stacey A. Hundley, Ph.D.

Department:
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Title:
Senior Lecturer
Address:
Brehm Laboratory 174, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Dr. Hundley spends the majority of her time teaching and working with students in general education classes. “I want my students to have the most rewarding experience possible in our general education courses. I hope they leave my classroom with a better understanding of the earth and earth processes, which will guide them in their future decision making.”  In 2014 Dr. Hundley was one of twelve Wright State faculty selected to participate in teacher training for the new Student Success Center.  This new building focuses on Student Centered Active Learning Environments for Undergraduate Programs or SCALE-UP classrooms.  Dr. Hundley currently teaches The Dynamic Earth (EES 1050) and The Sustainable Earth (EES 1070) in this new innovative, technology-friendly building.

In 2011, Dr. Hundley received the General Education Excellence in Teaching Award for excellence in promoting General Education learning objectives.

 

 

Education History

Ph.D., Science Education, The Ohio State University, 2007

M.S.T., Earth Science, Wright State University, 1998

Graduate Student of Excellence Award, Wright State University, 1998

B.S., Environmental Studies, Ohio University, 1994

 

Teaching

  • EES 1050: Dynamic Earth; 4 credit hrs.
  • EES 1070: Sustainable Earth; 4 credit hrs.
  • EES 2550: Historical Geology; 4 credit hrs.
  • EES 3450: Concepts in Earth Science for Educators; 3.5 credit hrs

Research Statement

Dr. Hundley’s research involves evaluating teaching methods in introductory earth science classes for non-science majors. Her research focuses on comparative studies including interactive teaching methods and traditional lecture methods involving survey analysis and assessment of student outcomes. 

Service

Dr. Hundley serves as Advisor to the EES Student Organizations: Students for Earth & Environmental Sustainability (SEES); Sigma Gamma Epsilon (SGE): Earth Science Honor Society, and WSU American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) Student Chapter.

Chair, Curriculum Committee for EES

COSM Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

EES Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Female STEMM NTE Faculty Mentoring Group

 

Publications

Slattery, W., Hundley, S., Finegan-Stoll, C., & Becker, M. (1998). Cabling the net: helping teachers meet the challenges of science literacy and science education standards. Learning and Leading with Technology, 26 (1), 25-30.

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

Member

American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG)

The Geological Society of America (GSA)

National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT)

Conference Presentions

Mickle, R. & Hundley, S. A., Gastropods, Cephalopods, and Trilobites Oh My!  Presented at AIPG National Convention, Anchorage, AK.  Sept. 2015.

Hundley, S. A., Exploring Earth Science through Explosions, Excavations and the Environment.  Presented at AIPG National Convention, Prescott, AZ. Sept., 2014.

Hundley, S. A. (2003). Teaching Introductory Geology: Incorporating Student Preferences in the Classroom to make learning More Meaningful. National meeting of the Geological Society of America. GSA Abstracts with Programs.

Hundley, S. A. & Haury, D. L., Understanding Undergraduates: the Challenge of Teaching Introductory Science Courses. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Midwestern Area Convention, November 2001.

Hundley, S. & Slattery, W. (1998). Earth Science Outreach Using the World Wide Web in Association with National and State Science Education Standards. Annual meeting of the North-central section of the Geological Society of America. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 30.

Workshops

Hundley, S. A., Exploring Earth Science through Explosions, Excavations, and the Environment.  Presented at Clark County Public Library, Enon, OH, July, 2014. 

Hundley, S., Slattery, W., Walters, C. Yikes! I’ve Just had and Out-of-School Experience. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) annual convention, April 1998.

Slattery, W., Hundley, S., Tomlin, J. H., Ramey, L. K., Batista, B., & Becker, M. (1998). Teachers Will Teach As they’ve Been Taught: Pre-service Teacher Earth Science Education as a Key to Developing K-12 Curriculum Sustainability. National meeting of the Geological Society of America. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 31

Slattery, W. & Hundley, S., At Your Fingertips: K-12 Science Activities Correlated with the Ohio Proficiency Test Outcomes. Presented at the Science Education Council of Ohio (SECO) annual conference, February 1998.

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