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  • Patricia Jue: Material Science, Chemistry of Artistic Materials, Organic Chemistry
    York The People of Colgate Facilities at Colgate Newsroom ColgateX Campus Life Campus Life Overview Housing Options Campus Dining Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Volunteerism Religious Life Diversity and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Faculty Search Faculty Directory Patricia Jue Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Patricia Jue Laboratory Instructor in Chemistry Chemistry 203 Wynn Hall p 315 228 7161 pjue colgate edu Degree BS chemistry with high honors and BS physics 1983 The College of William and Mary in Virginia MS physical polymer chemistry Carnegie Mellon University 1985 PhD physical chemistry Carnegie Mellon University 1989 Interests Material science and chemistry of artistic materials organic chemistry Focus On Student Research Career Services Faculty

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  • Amy Leventer | Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Faculty Search Faculty Directory Amy Leventer Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Amy Leventer Harold Orville Whitnall Professor of Geology Chair Research Council Geology 421 Ho Science Center p 315 228 7213 aleventer colgate edu Curriculum vitae Click links below for images of polar marine diatoms Part 1 Part 2 Degrees BS Brown University 1979 MS University of South Carolina 1982 PhD Rice University 1988 Teaching Experience University of Minnesota 1996 97 Otterbein College 1990 94 Ohio State University 1990 92 Teaching Specialties Oceanography paleoclimatology Antarctic marine geology and biology environmental studies Research Interests Paleoclimatic reconstructions of the Antarctic modern geologic and biologic processes in the southern ocean field work in Antarctica Visit the LARISSA website LARsen Ice Shelf System Antarctica Publications Articles in journals such as Journal of Geophysical Research Geological Society of America Bulletin Paleoceanography Oceanography Marine Micropaleontology Marine Geology and Deep Sea Research contributor to several Audubon Society regional and illustrated guides Dissertation

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  • Rebecca Metzler - Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    D Doty Rebecca A Metzler M L Palotti Effects of clumping on temperature I Externally heated clouds Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 362 737 2005 2 Rebecca A Metzler Mike Abrecht Ronke M Olabisi Daniel Ariosa Christopher J Johnson Bradley H Frazer Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert Columnar Nacre Architecture and Possible Formation Mechanism Phys Rev Lett 98 268102 1 4 2007 Also featured in Science 317 175 2007 3 Rebecca A Metzler Dong Zhou Mike Abrecht Jau Wern Chiou Jinghua Guo Daniel Ariosa Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert Polarization dependent imaging contrast in abalone shells Phys Rev B 77 064110 1 9 2008 4 Rebecca A Metzler Il Won Kim Katya Delak John Spencer Evans Dong Zhou Elia Beniash Fred Wilt Mike Abrecht Jau Wern Chiou Jinghua Guo Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert Probing the Organic Mineral Interface at the Molecular Level in Model Biominerals Langmuir 24 2680 2687 2008 5 Dong Zhou Rebecca A Metzler Tolek Tyliszczak Jinghua Guo Mike Abrecht Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert Assignment of polarization dependent peaks in carbon K edge spectra from biogenic and geologic aragonite J Phys Chem B 112 13128 13135 2008 6 Yael Politi Rebecca A Metzler Mike Abrecht Benjamin Gilbert Fred Wilt Irit Sagi Lia Addadi Steve Weiner and P U P A Gilbert Mechanism of transformation of amorphous calcium carbonate into calcite in the sea urchin larval spicule Procs Natl Acad Sci USA 105 17362 17366 2008 7 P U P A Gilbert Rebecca A Metzler Dong Zhou Andreas Scholl Andrew Doran Anthony Young Martin Kunz Nobumichi Tamura Susan N Coppersmith Gradual Ordering in Red Abalone Nacre J Am Chem Soc 130 17519 17527 2008 8 Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert and Rebecca A Metzler Theoretical characterization of a model of aragonite crystal orientation in red abalone nacre J Phys A Math Theor 42 2009 125101 9 Yurong Ma Barbara Aichmayer Oskar Paris Peter Fratzl Anders Meibom Rebecca A Metzler Yael Politi Lia Addadi P U P A Gilbert and Steve Weiner The grinding tip of the sea urchin tooth exquisite control over calcite crystal orientation and Mg distribution Procs Natl Acad Sci USA 106 6048 6053 2009 Also featured in the New York Times http www nytimes com 2009 03 31 science 31oburchin html 10 Elia Beniash Rebecca A Metzler Raymond S K Lam and P U P A Gilbert Transient amorphous calcium phosphate in forming enamel J Struct Biol 166 133 143 2009 COVER IMAGE 11 CE Killian RA Metzler YUT Gong IC Olson J Aizenberg Y Politi FH Wilt A Scholl A Young A Doran N Tamura M Kunz SN Coppersmith and PUPA Gilbert Mechanism of calcite co orientation in the sea urchin tooth JACS 131 18404 18409 2010 12 Rebecca A Metzler John S Evans Dong Zhou Narayana P Appathurai Susan N Coppersmith P U P A Gilbert Lamellar Self Assembly and Aragonite Polymorph Selection by a

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  • Jason Meyers | Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    as bioenergetics enzyme kinetics genes and regulation of gene expression the cell cycle and the cytoskeleton intracellular signaling and transport and organelle structure and function This class requires students to integrate their understanding of these seemingly diverse topics in order to explore basic cell function and to understand how different cells carry out different activities Biology of Stem Cells Biol 327 is a seminar course in which we tackle the ever changing field of stem cell biology We examine the historical background of stem cell research stretching back to the mid 1700s and the chain of events that brought us to the ethically fascinating and contentious position we are at today Along the way we explore what we actually know about adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells their features their promise and their problems In lab we explore both stem cells that are involved in regeneration such that a planarian can be cut in half and a week later you have two fully functional planaria with normal anatomy and stem cells in culture as we try to hold them undifferentiated and then bias their differentiation Molecular Neurobiology Biol 389 and Neur 389 is an elective focused on understanding the molecular underpinnings of how the nervous system functions We begin by looking at the nature of the channels that allow particular ions to move and allow the generation of electrical currents in the cells The class then explores how neurons communicate with each other looking at the synthesis release and reactions of neurotransmitters We then examine sensory systems as particular examples where molecular receptors have evolved to detect and process information from the physical world around us into the electrochemical code of the brain At the end of the class we turn to neural development looking at the molecules that define connect and maintain neurons and tease out how neural activity leads to changes in neural structure I also regularly teach in our Developmental Biology Biol 324 course I offer a research tutorial which allows students to get hands on experience designing independent research projects in developmental neurobiology Throughout my teaching I focus on conceptual learning bringing recently published papers from the primary literature so that we can focus on how science is done and where science is going The biology faculty at Colgate have also made a strong emphasis on writing working to give students the skills they need to effectively communicate the biology of today and tomorrow I hope to provide my students the skills to interpret critically analyze and then explore the open questions provided by the rapidly evolving biological research fields Publications Co authored the following β catenin Wnt signaling controls progenitor fate in the developing and regenerating zebrafish retina Neural Development 7 30 Publication Variations in shape sensitive restriction points mirror differences in the regeneration capacities of avian and Mammalian ears PloS one 6 e23861 Publication Axon cap morphology of the sea robin Prionotus carolinus mauthner cell is correlated with the presence of signature field

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  • Elodie Fourquet - Computer Science Faculty - Colgate University
    and Inclusion Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Faculty Search Faculty Directory Elodie Fourquet Colgate Directory FACULTY DETAIL BACK TO RESULTS Elodie Fourquet Assistant Professor of Computer Science Computer Science 309 McGregory Hall p 315 228 6033 efourquet colgate edu Degree BS Bishop s University 2002 PhD University of Waterloo 2013 Teaching Experience Visiting Assistant Professor Mount Holyoke College Adjunct Lecturer University of Waterloo 2009 2013 Specialties Computer graphics user interfaces systems Interests Computer graphics picture perception user interaction Publications Kryven M and Fourquet E Generating Knitting Patterns from a Sketch A CSP Approach Proceedings of Symposium on Computational Aesthetics 2013 Fourquet E Learning about Shadows from Artists Proceedings of Symposium on Computational Aesthetics 2010 Distinctions Cheriton Scholarship 2008 2009

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  • Approved Programs for Major and Minor Department Credit
    Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Off Campus Study Approved Programs Approved Programs by Major Menu Menu Approved Programs by Major Use the list below to find programs recommended by faculty in your major and minor Africana and Latin American Studies Anthropology Art and Art History Asian Studies Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literature Economics Education English Environmental Studies French Geography Geology History Mathematics Music Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Sociology Spanish Theater Women s Studies We continue to add lists and revise these recommendations Please check back for changes and additions Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Off Campus Study Colgate Study Groups Extended Study Approved Programs Approved Programs by Major Approved Programs Policies Other Travel Required

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  • Approved Programs Policies
    supplemental aid to meet any increased costs associated with off campus study is limited to one semester Can I get credit toward Global Engagement Approved program courses that have received prior approval from the Colgate registrar may be used to satisfy the areas of inquiry requirement Courses taken on approved programs may not be used to satisfy the Common Core requirement or the Global Engagement requirement What if I want to study on a program that is not on the approved list Colgate carefully selects off campus study programs to best enhance students on campus curriculum and promote personal growth and cross cultural learning Students who study off campus are expected to choose from the approved list of over 100 off campus study opportunities that have been reviewed and selected by the faculty and OCS staff Petitions to go off list are considered only when a student s academic goals cannot be achieved through a Colgate Study Group or currently approved program Students who wish to petition should begin by speaking with an adviser in Off Campus Study Petitions are vetted and determined by the Off Campus Study Committee Petitions must be submitted by December 15 for the following Fall and by May 15 for the Spring Students who attend an off campus study program that has not been approved by Colgate are not eligible for Colgate financial aid or grant assistance and cannot receive academic transfer credit toward the degree What are the deadlines for the applications Colgate s Application to Participate on an Approved Program is due the first Friday in February February 5 2016 You may submit the application earlier if you have met with an OCS adviser to discuss your plans Applications for admission to approved programs are generally due in January April for Fall programs and September October for spring programs but you must check your program s information to be sure Apply EARLY at least six weeks before the deadline more for limited enrollment programs Do I have to speak a foreign language to study abroad Many options are available for students who are not proficient in a language other than English Students who have met Colgate s language requirement or who are studying a language here should choose programs where the coursework is at the appropriate level for their skills and should consult with the department chair at Colgate to make sure they are enrolling in courses at the proper level to be approved for transfer credit Students studying on English language programs in countries where the national language is not English and who have no prior knowledge of the local language should take an introductory course while abroad An effort to learn the local language even as a beginner is a rewarding and respectful way to engage your host culture May I study abroad in either semester I want A large enrollment imbalance between semesters creates significant strain on our student advising and counseling services course enrollments and housing Colgate tries to

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  • Randy Fuller: Biologist, Stream Ecologist
    among all groups of organisms from bacteria and protozoa to invertebrates vertebrates and plants I also enjoy teaching the ecology section and designing labs that illustrate ecological concepts to students early in their academic careers I also teach various field oriented courses in ecology and will forever enjoy getting students out in the field and showing them how to quantify animal and plant communities The labs often emphasize how ecologists answer questions by teaching students quantitative techniques in different ecosystems and using a comparative approach among different systems We compare communities from different lakes streams forests meadows etc and try to answer questions concerning community structure In my limnology freshwater ecology course we sample lakes throughout the winter and early spring The students in this course spend the first 6 weeks learning techniques in analyzing water chemistry and various other biotic components in lakes and streams and the last 6 7 weeks they conduct a mini research project of their own design This gives students a sense of what it takes to design conduct analyze and interpret data and many will continue their research project in subsequent semesters in my research lab I also teach a course in advanced ecology which focuses on the more quantitative aspects of population and community ecology The design of this course is similar to my limnology course with the lab teaching techniques and the students then taking these techniques and applying them to a mini research project Within the Biology Department I also teach a research tutorial in advanced aquatic ecology where students participate directly in my research program or they may bring with them a project from the limnology course or from some other experience but all projects are directly tied to freshwater ecosystems In addition to these courses in biology I also teach a course in Earth and Environmental Processes in the Environmental Studies Program and again I enjoy watching students learn firsthand about ecosystem level processes by examining the water chemistry of precipitation groundwater and surface water and determining how geology here and in the Adirondacks affects these processes Finally I have taught the capstone course in the Environmental Studies Program where students bring their expertise in environmental biology economics geography and geology to a project with an environmental slant In 2005 the students in this course worked with an inter municipal commission to investigate the environmental history land use change recreational opportunities and water quality of Sauquoit Creek from its headwaters south of Utica to the mouth of the stream where it enters the Mohawk River in Utica Publications undergraduate co author Fuller R L C Visscher M Anastasi J Molina H Salcido and S Ward 2008 Influence of canopy cover and insect life history stage on the recovery of stream communities after a spate Hydrobiologia 598 47 57 Small M J M W Doyle R L Fuller and R B Manners 2008 Hydrologic vs geomorphic limitation on CPOM storage in stream ecosystems Freshwater Biology 53 1618 1631 Fuller R

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