L. Oral Presentations (education related)

L-[001] M. K. Markey, K. J. Schmidt, S. Hays*, “Non-linear PowerPoint as an aid in learning probability, random processes, and statistics” (ASEE GSW 2006 Conference).

L-[002] K. J. Schmidt, M. K. Markey, C. C. Seepersad, “Preparing new engineering faculty for the classroom: a dialogue on faculty development efforts” (ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition 2006).

L-[003] M. K. Markey, K. J. Schmidt, “Do instructional technologies provide the same benefits for students with different learning styles?” (ASEE GSW 2007 Conference).

L-[004] K. J. Schmidt, M. K. Markey, T. E. Milner, “Distance learning in support of an inter-institutional BME department” (Texas Distance Learning Association 2007 Annual Conference).

L-[005] M. Zaman, M. K. Markey, K. J. Schmidt, “Developing a numerical methods course with a substantial computer-programming component based on cutting-edge research problems: Success and Challenges” (ASEE GSW 2008 Conference).

L-[006] M. K. Markey, K. J. Schmidt, W. Park, “Instructional technology in engineering: do men and women derive the same benefits?” (ASEE GSW 2009 Conference).

L-[007] L. E. Katz, M. K. Markey, K. J. Schmidt, S. E. Woods, T. S. Berry, “The impact of funding on female faculty advancement” (WEPAN National Conference 2009).

L-[008] M.K. Markey, E.F. Stuckey, D. Hoang, D. McClelland, “Experiences of first-generation college students from NCSSSMST schools” (NCSSSMST Professional Conference, Austin TX, October 2011).

L-[009] M. Cousins, J. Paz, M.K. Markey, “Assessment of first-year programs: practical advice for engineering faculty and staff,” American Society for Engineering Education Gulf-Southwest Conference (2015).