School of Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Studies
Alison earned a B.A. in astrophysics from Swarthmore College, a M.A. in astronomy from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. in science education from The Ohio State University. She has taught physics, astronomy, general science, earth science, environmental science, biology, and science teaching methods, courses to undergraduate, graduate, and high school students for more than twenty years. At Walden, she teaches natural science courses and the HMNT 1001 first term course.
HMNT 1001 - Living and Learning in a Technological World
SCNC 4001 - Analyzing Contemporary Scientific Controversies
PHSC 1001 - Earth Science
NASC 1001 - Environmental Science
PhD, The Ohio State University
MA, The University of Virginia
BA, Swarthmore College
Faculty Excellence Award Committee, Committee Member
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Lockman, A. S. (2020). Online Instruction in Higher Education: Promising, Research-Based, and Evidence-Based Practices . American Educational Research Association.