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Edee Norman Wiziecki

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Science 

BIO

Advanced Certificate in Education Degree, Educational Organization and Leadership, Emphasis: Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction, Emphasis: Science Education,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

B.S. Liberal Arts and Sciences, Individual Plans of Study, Major: Life Science,
Minor: Earth Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Licenses

Administrative Certification, Type 75 Certificate. State of Illinois.

Teacher Certification in Secondary Science, Type 09, State of Illinois. 

EXPERTISE

Ms Wiziecki is the Director of Education Programs at NCSA whose mission is to prepare next generation for research and workforce. She oversees the development and dissemination of computational resources, social networking and virtual collaboration.

She is a co-Principal Investigator and Project Director of Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science (ICLCS). 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

E. Wiziecki, R. Jay Mashl, September 2, 2010: Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science to Monash University, Australia. Videoconference presentation to faculty and students.

E. Wiziecki, R. Jay Mashl, Bernard A'cs, Michael Evans and Jeffrey Moore. August 4, 2010. Computation and visualization for high school chemistry educators and students at the Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science (ICLCS). TeraGrid '10 Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

E. Wiziecki, March 3, 2010: Plenary Presentation "Engaging our Community in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education." Public Engagement Symposium. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Urbana, IL.


E. Wiziecki and D. Mattson, January 28, 2010: "A presentation of the Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science (ICLCS)." US House of Representatives Rayburn House Office Building on January 28, 2010. Washington, DC. Fifteen House staff members attended the presentation, including members of the National Science Foundation and Subcommittee on Research and Science Education.

E. Wiziecki, L. Destefano, D. Mattson, D. Dummitt, January 26, 2010: "Assessing Institutional Transformation and Sustainability: Lessons Learned from the ICLCS Project. Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science. Math Science Partnership Learning Network Conference. Washington, DC.

E. Wiziecki and D. Mattson, November 11, 2009: "Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science (ICLCS)," one of only 17 NSF programs selected for the Ed-tech Senate Showcase on Capitol Hill. U.S. Senate Hart Building. Washington. DC. Attendees included: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Sens. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., Kay Hagan, D-N.C., and Patty Murray, D-Wash.

E. Wiziecki and S. Ragan, November 7, 2009: A presentation to introduce two newly developed computational science events (Model This!) for the National Science Olympiad Tournament. Great Lakes Coaches' Clinic. Illinois Science Olympiad. Lyons Township High School. Western Springs IL.

E. Wiziecki and D. Mattson, November 4, 2009: A presentation demonstrating computational science and visualization tools as part of the Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science. United States Senate Educational Technology Showcase. Hart Senate Building. Washington, DC.

Sharon Tettegah, Cheryl McFadden, Edee Norman Wiziecki, Hanna Zhong, Joycelyn Landrum-Brown, Mei-Li Shih, Kona Taylor and Timothy Cash. "Chapter 14: Access Grid Technology: An Exploration in Educator's Dialogue." Ubiquitous Learning, Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis (eds.), University of Illinois Press. 2009.

Teragrid EOT Highlights, Fall 2009. "Take the LEAD: an interactive, integrated instructional pathway to the science gateway." Fall 2009.

S. Yalda, R. Clark, L. Davis, and E. Wiziecki, 2009: An interactive, integrated instructional pathway to the LEAD science gateway. Joint session of the 18th Symposium on Education and 25th IIPS Conference. American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona.

S. Yalda, R. Clark, S. States, S. Celeski, B. Kerschner, R. Junod, L. Davis, E. Wiziecki, T. Daley, and A. Knecht, 2009: A demonstration of an instructional pathway for undergraduate meteorology education using a science gateway. 25th IIPS Conference. American Meteorological Society, Phoenix, Arizona

Sendlinger, S.C. DeCoste, D.J. Dunning, T.H. Dummitt, D.A. Jakobsson, E. Mattson, D.R., Wiziecki, E.N. "Transforming Chemistry Education through Computational Science," Computing in Science and Engineering, High Performance Computing Education. IEEE Computer Society. September/October Vol. 10, No. 5.

American Geophysical Union presentation (invited): Yalda, S., R. Clark, L. Davis, and E. Wiziecki, 2008: An interactive, integrated instructional pathway to the LEAD science gateway, Promoting the use of Cyberinfrastructure in the classroom: challenges and success stories. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. American Geophysical Union

Yalda S., R. Clark, L. Davis, E. Wiziecki, S. States, T. Daley, and A. Knight, 2008: The potential of Grid-enabled learning for high impact weather with LEAD. Riding the geosciences Cyberinfrastructure wave of data: real time data use in education workshop. IEEE International Conference on e-science, Indianapolis, IN, IEEE Computer Society

"Teragrid EOT Highlights, "Fall 2008. Institute for Chemistry Literacy through Computational Science and Girls Engaged in Mathematics and Science programs.

"Cyberinfrastructure and Society: Creating Outreach Programs for the Public," Birds-of-a-Feather presentation. SC2007. Reno, Nevada. November 12, 2007.