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Hollenbeck, James

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. Named the first Fulbright Research Chair to Lakehead University Canada. Current Fulbright Specialist in Education and Public Health. 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. Nominated for the Chancellor's award for teaching and research three times 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.


“Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) as Potential Incubators for Influenza Outbreaks
Category: Other
Sub Category: Other
A/V Requirements: Projector (for your own laptop)

The growth of Confined Animal Feeding Operations is causing concern over the dynamics of airborne pathogens.Many of them deadly strains of influenza and convertor of viruses from other species.
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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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