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K. Hinko. “Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2016).

K. Hinko. “Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society, April Meeting. (April 2016).

K. Hinko. “Measuring the Impact Of Physics "Outreach": University Participation In Informal Learning.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Winter Meeting. (January 2015).

K. Hinko. “Supporting the Physics Identity and Practices of University and K-12 Students through Outreach.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society, March Meeting. (March 2014).

K. Hinko. “Pedagogical Modalities of University Physics Students in an Afterschool Program.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2015).

K. Hinko. “Analysis of Students' Scientific Creativity in an Afterschool Physics Program.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2014).

K. Hinko. “Characterizing Physics Students’ Scientific Communication Skills for Non-expert Audiences.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting. (July 2013).

K. Hinko. “Informal Science Participation Positively Affects the Communication and Pedagogical Skills of University Physics Students.” Contributed Talk, American Physical Society, April Meeting. (April 2013).

McPadden, D. “Student representation use in Modeling Instruction – E&M: Examining the impacts of the course, content context, and type of mechanics course.” Invited Talk, University of Colorado – Boulder Physics Education Seminar. (December 2016): Boulder, CO.

McPadden, D. “Using Network Analysis to understand representation choices in Modeling Instruction – E&M.” Invited talk, San Jose State University Education Research Seminar. (October 2016): San Jose, CA.

McPadden, D. “Student Representation Use in Modeling Instruction Physics: Examining the Influence of Physics 1 Course on Representation Use in Physics.” Invited talk, Seattle Pacific University – University of Washington Physics Education Research Seminar. (September 2016): Seattle, WA.

McPadden, D. “Using Multiple Representations.” Invited Talk, Center for Advancement and Teaching at Florida International University. (March 2015): Miami, FL.

McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “The Impacts of Instructor and Student Gender on Student Performance in Introductory Modeling Instruction Courses.” Invited Talk, Global Physics Department (Online). (Febuary 2015): Miami, FL.

K. Funkhouser. “Impacts of Aligning Student and Instructor Expectation in Introductory Physics Labs.” Talk, Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) Fellowship Symposium. (2016).

S.D. St. Peter, D.J. Ostlie, A. Nair, K. Tsao and G.W. Holcomb III. “Utilization of Thoracoscopy in Infants and Children.” Contributed Paper Presentation, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group. (September 2007): Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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