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|Post-doctoral||Eastern Michigan University||1987||Chemical Education|
|Ph.D.||Purdue University||1986||Inorganic Chemistry|
|B.S.||University of Massachusetts||1980||Chemistry|
|2000-Present||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 21st Century Teachers Project, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN|
|1998-Present||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN (August 1998 - present)|
|1998-2000||DEAN, University Division, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN|
|1995-1998||ASSISTANT DEAN, Office of Undergraduate Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD|
|1989-1995||DIRECTOR, Undergraduate Programs Office in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (July 1989 - August 1995), Lecturer (July 1990 - August 1995)|
|1987-1989||VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Wittenburg University, Springfield, OH|
|January-May, 1987||VISITING LECTURER, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI|
|1986-Summer||VISITING INSTRUCTOR, Purdue University, West LaFayette, IN|
|50% teaching, 25% research, 25% service|
|Fall 2001||Q405||Integrated Sci Lab/Field Exp|
|Fall 2001||E405||Integrated Science For El Ed|
|Fall 2001||Q690||Ind Study or Research in Science Education|
|Spring 2002||C106||Principles of Chemistry II|
|Spring 2002||Q690||Ind Study or Research in Science Education|
|Fall 2002||Q200||Intro To Scientific Inquiry|
|Fall 2002||E405||Integrated Science For El Ed|
Harwood, W.S., MaKinster, J.G., Cruz, L., & Gabel, D.L. (2002). Acting Out Science: Using Senate Hearings to Debate Global Climate Change. Journal of College Science Teaching, 31 (7), 442-447.
Harwood, W.S. (2002). Mercury Breaks the Law! The Hoosier Science Teacher, 27(2), 50-54.
Harwood, W.S. (2001). Plagiarism on the Internet: Fighting Fire with Fire. The Hoosier Science Teacher, 27(1), 25-27.
Harwood, W., Reiff, R., & Phillipson, T.(2002) Scientists' conceptions of scientific inquiry: Voices from the front. 2002 AETS Proceedings.
Reiff, R., Harwood, W., & Phillipson, T.(2002) A scientific method based upon research scientists' conceptions of scientific inquiry. 2002 AETS Proceedings.
Harwood, W., Reiff, R., & Phillipson, T.(2002) How is your lawnmower Working? Understanding scientific inquiry through metaphors. 2002 AETS Proceedings.
Harwood, W.S., & McMahon, M.M. (1997). Integrating Video into the Classroom: A Method of Increasing Student Achievement in High School Chemistry, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 34(6), 617.
Harwood, W.S., Zdravkovich, V., & Boucher, L. (1997). Issues in Gateway Chemistry Courses: A Statewide Conference on Chemical Curriculum Reform. Journal of Chemical Education, 74, 755.
First Semester General Chemistry Exam (Team member), ACS Exams Institute, 1997.
Proffitt Grant, "Inquiry in Action: Following a Paradigm Shift in Science Instruction", W.S. Harwood, July 1, 2002 - June 30, 2004, Award: $37,742.
Outreach Grant, "Scientific Inquiry in a mixed-age classroom: An action research project", W.S. Harwood, January 2002 - June 2002, Award: $1,970.
National Science Foundation, "Distributed Molecular Structure Library", J.C. Huffman, G. Bernbom, J.C. Bollinger, W.S. Harwood, and G.D. Wiggins, Jan. 2002 - Dec. 2004, Award: $900,093.
Indiana University, President's Office. "21st Century Teachers Project", W.S. Harwood, G.G. Gonzalez, K.R. Subbaswamy July 2001 - June 2003. Award: $250,000.
Indiana University Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Travel Grant. To attend and present a paper at the 16th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Ann Arbor, MI. August 2000. Award: $750.
Indiana University, President's Office. "21st Century Teachers Project", W.S. Harwood, R. Hanson, D. Warren, February 2000 - August 2001. Award: $25,000.
U.S. Department of Education, "GEAR UP Orange County", W.S. Harwood, September 1, 1999 - August 31, 2004. Award: $1,078,266.
University System of Maryland - K-16 Project, "Chemistry Education: Sprinning A Seamless Web - Conference", W.S. Harwood, V. Zdravkovich, L. Boucher, S. Shah, March 1998. Award: $1,000.
"How Is Your Lawnmower Working? Understanding Scientific Inquiry Through Metaphors." William S. Harwood, Rebecca R. Reiff, and Teddie Phillipson, AETS, January 2002.
"Science Faculty Members' Conceptions of Scientific Inquiry: Insights from the Frontlines of Science." William S. Harwood, Rebecca R. Reiff, and Teddie Phillipson, AETS, January 2002.
"A Scientific Method Based Upon Research Scientists' Conceptions of Scientific Inquiry." William S. Harwood and Rebecca R. Reiff, AETS, January 2002.
"The 21st Century Teachers Project: Indiana University's response to the call for teacher preparation reform", William S. Harwood, ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2001.
"A Model for an Integrated Science Course for Elementary Education Majors", William S. Harwood, James G. MaKinster, Dorothy L. Gabel, NARST, March 2001.
"Learning Chemistry Through Role-Playing: Exploring Global Climate Change in an Integrated Science Course for Preservice Teachers", William S. Harwood, James G. MaKinster, Luis Cruz, and Dorothy Gabel, Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Ann Arbor, MI, August 2000.
"Energy and its impact on human lives: A new component in the preparation of elementary and middle school teachers at Indiana University." Dorothy L. Gabel, William S. Harwood, James G. MaKinster, Paper presented at the NOVA Leadership Development Conference, NASA, Cape Canaveral, FL, January, 2000.
"Issues in Gateway Chemistry Courses: A Statewide Conference on Chemical Curriculum Reform," William S. Harwood, Vera Zdravkovich, Laurence Boucher, ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, April 1997.
Fellow, Center for Research on Learning and Technology, 2000-present.
CIC Academic Leadership Fellow, Indiana University, 1998-99
Outstanding Teacher, University of Maryland-Celebrating Teachers, 1992 and 1996
Outstanding Teacher Award, Panhellenic Society, University of Maryland, 1994
Mortar Board Faculty Award, University of Maryland, 1994
Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award, University of Maryland Chapter, 1993
SERAPHIM Post-doctoral Fellow, Project SERAPHIM, Eastern Michigan University, 1986-87
David Ross Fellowship, Chemistry Department, Purdue Univeristy, Summer 1981
Fessendon Award, Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts, 1980