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Hollenbeck, James
Associate Professor

Email: jehollen@ius.edu
Primary Phone: 812 941 2360
Secondary Phone: 812 258 0304

Science Educator for over 30 years in secondary and post secondary education. I have taught in the US and East Europe and Served a Fulbright Scholarship and Senior position at Sofia University. In addition to frequent traveling, I am member of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, member of the committee on Science Research of the National Science Teachers Assoc. I have been nominated for awards for teaching and research twice at IU Southeast.

Education: University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Doctorate of Philosophy in Science Education. July 1999. Specializations: Science Education, Biological Sciences and Geosciences. University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE Master of Science in Education. Biology and Physical Sciences. August 1988.


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Being a Fulbright Lecturer/Researcher in Bulgaria.”
Category: Academic programs
Sub Category: IU Southeast
A/V Requirements: Projector (for your own laptop)

I chose to be a Fulbright Fellowship in lecturing and research in the Republic of Bulgaria. I will discuss the culture and challenges of this former communist country emerging to a free market world
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What happen to the Great Influenza Pandemic of 2009?
Category: History
Sub Category: IU Southeast
A/V Requirements: Projector (for your own laptop)

The 1918 Influenza pandemic was most virulent strains of influenza in history. Phylogenic evidence linked it to the 1918 influenza strain. This discussion reveals how a repeat was avoided.
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