ELIZABETH F. (VANDERHOEF) HASSELER
email@example.com Ph.D. Program Teaching, Curriculum, and Learning
Elizabeth holds her bachelors and masters in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Cornell University. While at Cornell University, she worked as a research assistant in the Laboratory for Intelligent Machine Systems on drone research.
Elizabeth earned her masters in teaching from Union Graduate College (now Clarkson University). She taught physics for four years in a small rural district in New York state where she also ran a science club, mentored a First Robotics Team, and ran a Maker Space.
Elizabeth is a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education. Elizabeth is a graduate research assistant on an NSF Noyce grant, which is a longitudinal study that researches effective science teaching practices. She is also a graduate teaching assistant teaching elementary science methods and supervising preservice teachers.
Science and Engineering Education
Publications & Conference Presentations
Lewis, E., Lucas, L., Tankersley, A., Hasseler, E., Rivero, A., & Helding, B. (accepted). Predictors of inquiry-based science teaching. Presentation proposal submitted to the biannual conference of the European Science Education Research Association, August 2019. Bologna, Italy.
Lewis, E., Lucas, L., Tankersley, A., Hasseler, E., & Helding, B. (2019). Meeting the Vision of the NGSS: Critical Factors of Effective Science Teaching. Poster presented at the NSF Robert Noyce Program Annual Conference: July 10-12, 2019: Washington, DC.
Lewis, E.B., Lucas, L., Tankersley, A., Hasseler, E., & Helding, B. (2019). Measuring and Modelling How and When Effective Science Teaching Occurs. Paper set presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST): March 31-April 3, 2019: Baltimore, Maryland.
Vanderhoef, E., Seo, S.M., Garcia, E. (2012). Aerodynamics and Performance of Hinged Ornithoptic Wings. Paper presented at the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics (AIAA) Region I-NE Student Conference: April 21, 2012: Syracuse, NY.
Vanderhoef, E., Miura, K., Garcia, E. (2011). Aerodynamics of Ornithoptic Wings. Paper presented at the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics (AIAA) Region I-NE Student Conference: April 8-9, 2011: Nashua, NH.
Lewis, E.B., Lucas, L., Tankersley, A., & Hasseler, E. (2019). Why domain-specific science knowledge matters in teacher certification: Focusing on evidence for effective science teaching. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Informational brochure on science teacher certification and subject matter knowledge expertise produced for Nebraska school administrators, teacher educators, and other stakeholders.