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Refereed Presentations at Symposia
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2006, October). Evolutionary theory: Finding a place to stand. In 98th annual convention and research. Presentation at the meeting of National Rural Education Association, Kansas City, MO. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). An alternative instructional strategy for science teaching. In Twelfth annual symposium. Presentation at the meeting of Kansas Association for Middle Level Education, Emporia, Kansas. (State)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2010, June). Evolutionary theory: Finding a place to stand. Presentation at Summer institute, KSU GK-12 2010 Summer Institute, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2010, April). Curriculum making. Presentation at Academic year seminar, KSU, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2009, July). Talking about conflicts and considerations of different belief structures. Presentation at Summer institute, KSU GK-12 2009 Summer Institute, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C., & Krehbiel, M. (presented 2009, July). Inquiry-based teaching and making it work. Presentation at Summer institute, KSU GK-12 2009 Summer Institute, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2009, June). Evolutionary theory – Finding a place to stand. Presentation at Connecting your classroom to agriculture, Agriculture in the Classroom, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C., Bolton, L. C., Glymour, B., Joern, A., & Totten, I. (presented 2009, June). But no one was there. Presentation at Summer institute, KSU GK-12 2009 Summer Institute, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C., Spears, J., & Mignano, M. (presented 2009, June). Standards-based teaching and its impact on education. Presentation at Summer institute, KSU GK-12 2009 Summer Institute, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2008, June). What is science? A proactive strategy for teaching evolution. Presentation at "Connecting your classroom to agriculture", Agriculture in the Classroom, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2007, June). Why bother with evolution? Presentation at Connecting your classroom to agriculture, Agriculture in the Classroom, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2005, January). Understanding and misunderstanding scientific theories. Presentation at International friendship dinner, Ecumenical Campus Ministries, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000). Evolution/creation. Presentation at Forum/Opinion (August 15, 2000; p. B-6), Kansas City Star, Kansas City, MO. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000). Teaching evolution: Managing a difficult dialog. Presentation at Annual conference, High Plains Consortium, Columbia, Missouri. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). Classroom strategies for dealing with difficult dialogues. Presentation at Faculty exchange for teaching excellence "swap session", Kansas State University, Kansas. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). Creation, evolution, or both? Presentation at Guest lecture, Department of Elementary Education, Kansas State University. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1998). PDS challenges: Establishing university/school district agreements and funding. Presentation at Annual conference, Kansas Professional Development School, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1997). A framework for active learning. Presentation at Teaching scholar swap session, Kansas State University, Kansas. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1997). Faculty perspectives on multimedia in the classroom. Presentation at Provost's seminar, Kansas State University, Kansas. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1997). Using the learning cycle in collegiate science instruction. Presentation at SMART: Science and mathematics - assessing, reinforcing, teaching, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1996). Evolution theory in secondary school science: Designing successful instruction. Presentation at Inservice program, Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1996). Expanding the KSU/USD 383 PDS model: Secondary education. Presentation at Sustaining school change: What lies ahead conference, KSU/USD, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C., Navarette, L., Hetzel, M., & Wissman, J. (presented 1995). Integrating a vision for reform: Secondary education at Kansas State University. Presentation at Meeting, South Central Region Holmes Group, Dallas, TX. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Collaborative learning and group problem-based learning. Presentation at Meeting, Physics Department, Kansas State University, Kansas. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Conceptual difficulties students experience in learning evolution-of-life concepts. Presentation at Conference on evolution education research, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. (National)
Scharmann, L. C., & Harris, M. (presented 1991). Alternative instructional approaches for teaching evolution. Presentation at 1991 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., & Lumpe, A. (presented 1991). The learning cycle: A student-active instructional alternative for the biological sciences. Presentation at 1991 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990). Critical thinking and student participation II: An alternative instructional strategy for science teaching. Presentation at 1990 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990). The Kansas junior academy of science and student research. Presentation at 1990 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., Shroyer, G., & Harris, M. (presented 1990). Teaching about evolution: Legal, philosophical, and instructional perspectives. Presentation at Area convention, National Science Teachers Association, Kansas City, Missouri. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). "Creation vs. evolution". Presentation at Meeting, North Central Kansas Educational Service Center, Concordia, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Interdisciplinary study in ecology and mathematics. Presentation at Meeting, Manhattan High School. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Promoting an understanding of the nature of science in college science teaching. Presentation at Twelve-member delegation, National University of Paraguay. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1988, October). Creation versus evolution: A belief in both? Presentation at 1988 rural and small schools conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1986, November). Developmental influences of science process skill instruction. Presentation at Annual meeting, School Science and Mathematics, Lexington, Kentucky. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1984, November). Two-year college biology instructors' perceptions about their role expectations. Presentation at Annual meeting, Indiana Academy of Science, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana. (State)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Symposia
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Effective teaching. In Second annual professional symposium. Presentation at the meeting of College of Education, Kansas State University. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Scharmann, L. C. (2013, July). What Makes a Theory Powerful? Delivered at Young Scholars Program, Florida State University. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (2011, December). What Makes a Theory Powerful? Delivered at FSU-Teach. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (2011, July). What Makes a Theory Powerful? Delivered at Young Scholars Program, Tallahassee, Florida. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (2008, December). Views of the nature of science: An introspective analysis (1985-2008). Delivered at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C., Frisby, A., Williamson, B., & Rintoul, D. (2006, February). Strategies for teaching evolution. Delivered at Sigma Xi, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Using the learning cycle to teach plant reproduction: Overcoming a persistent misconception (fruit or vegetable?). Delivered at School Science and Mathematics Association, Des Moines, Iowa. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (1987, April). Creation and evolution: A belief in both? Delivered at Valley High School, New Kensington, Pennsylvania. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Scharmann, L. C. (2012–2012). TeachLive Learning Environment. Funded by Florida State University IT Governance Council. Total award $13,132.
Scharmann, L. C. (Jun 2009–May 2014). K-State TEACH program. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $875,359.
Scharmann, L. C. (Feb 2009–Jan 2014). Linking evidence to inference in the Kansas science classroom. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $3,100,000.
Scharmann, L. C. (Feb 1994–May 1994). CITAC equipment allocation. Funded by Vice Provost for Academic Services, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS). Total award $3,000.
Scharmann, L. C. (Jun 1990–Nov 1992). The nature of science and the instructional role of scientific theories. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $90,858.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990–1991). AAAS student research grant. Funded by American Association for the Advancement of Science (Washington, DC). Total award $800.
Scharmann, L. C. (Jun 1989–May 1990). Critical thinking about ecological themes. Funded by Kansas Board of Regents (Topeka, Kansas). Total award $17,596.
Scharmann, L. C. (1989–1990). AAAS student research grant. Funded by American Association for the Advancement of Science (Washington, DC). Total award $1,000.
Scharmann, L. C. (1989–1990). A qualitative analysis of student responses regarding an understanding of the premises of evolutionary theory. Funded by Graduate School, Kansas State University. Total award $400.
Scharmann, L. C. (Nov 1986–1986). Creation, evolution, or both? Funded by Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania University Biologists. Total award $950.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Scharmann, L. C., & Rice, D. (Dec 2012). Project Metrics: Model for Elementary Teacher Recruitment, Induction, and Certification in STEM ($438,618). Submitted to National Science Foundation.

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Biology (6-12). Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Chemistry (6-12). Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Earth and Space Science (6-12). Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Physics (6-12). Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2003). The consequences of evolutionary thought. Manhattan, KS: Department of Secondary Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2001). Institutional report (Standard 3: Field experience). National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Why bother with evolution. Manhattan, KS: Department of Secondary Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (1982). Nebraska energy education - 1982: an evaluation. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1981). Energy: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1981). Solar energy in the home. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Coal: Fuel of the past, hope of the future.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Electrical power generation. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Energy conservation in the home. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Energy from the atom. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Fueling around could be hazardous to your health. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). Gasohol: an energy alternative. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C., & McDermott, H. (1981). History of United States energy. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L.C., &, & McDermott, H. (1981). Oil: Fuel of the past. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). A project to obtain data on motor vehicle fuel economy over short distances. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Energy efficiency for architectural drafting instructors. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Energy efficiency for automotive instructors. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Energy efficiency for building construction technology. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Energy efficiency for electrical technology. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Energy efficiency for heating, ventilating, air-conditioning instructors. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Gasohol supplement: A laboratory experiment. Gasohol supplement: a laboratory experiment.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Hydroelectric power: Energy from falling water. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Oil refineries: What do we get from a barrel of crude oil? Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Oil shale: The reluctant energy source. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). The U.S. and OPEC: Where do we go from here? Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Tour of a coal-fired power plant: a slide narrative. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.
Scharmann, L. C. (1980). Tour of a nuclear power plant: A slide narrative. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska State Energy Office.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Diversity and Inclusion Council (2011–present).
Member, FSU Admissions Committee (2011–present).
Member, Quality Enhancement Plan Committee (2011–present).
Board Member, Florida State University School (2010–present).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (2011–present).
Science and Education (2004–present).
Science Education (2001–present).
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1996–present).
Journal of Science Teacher Education (1993–present).

Service to Professional Associations
Reviewer, Special topics reviewer, Science Education (2001–present).
Special topics reviewer, Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1996–present).
Reviewer, Journal of Science Teacher Education (1993–present).
Committee Member, Ad-hoc committee to review ASTE's Position Statement on Teaching Biological Evolution, Association of Science Teacher Educators (2013).
Co-Coordinator, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Strand Coordinator (2006–2008).
Member, NARST Early Career Award Committee (2004–2006).
Chair, Science Teacher Award Committee, Sigma Xi (1993–2006).
Member, National Association of Biology Evolution Task Force (2003–2005).
Member, Science Teaching Standards Committee, Kansas State Department of Education (2000–2004).
Member, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Program Committee (1991–2003).
Senior Director At-Large, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science (AETS) (2001–2002).
Member, Board of Directors, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science (AETS) (1999–2001).
Member, Task Force on the Teaching of Evolution vs. Creationism, National Science Teachers Association (1996–1999).
Member, Outstanding Dissertation Award Committee, NARST (1994–1996).
Member, Publications Committee, School Science and Mathematics Association (1994–1995).
Reviewer, School Science and Mathematics (1988–1995).
Member, Finance Committee, School Science and Mathematics Association (1989–1994).
Chair, Program Committee, NSTA Annual Meeting (Kansas City, MO), Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS Sessions) (1993).
Reviewer, Journal of Research in Science Teaching (Special Issue on the Teaching of Organic Evolution) (1992–1993).
Associate Editor, School Science and Mathematics (1988–1993).
Director, Kansas Junior Academy of Sciences (1989–1991).

Service to Other Universities
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Arizona State University (2013–present).
External Review for Promotion and Tenure, Kent State University (2012–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Texas A&M University (2012–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Clemson University (2009–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Old Dominion University (2008–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Ohio State University (2007–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, University of Connecticut (2005–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Florida State University (2005–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Oregon State University (2004–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Florida State University (2004–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, University of Connecticut (2003–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Indiana University (2003–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, University of Minnesota (1998–present).
External Review for Promotion (Full Professor), Mercer University (1998–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, Wright State University (1998–present).
External Review for Promotion and Tenure, University of Central Florida (1996–present).
External Review for Promotion & Tenure, University of Minnesota (1996–present).
Member, Vice Provost's Selection Committee for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Kansas State University (2006–2010).
Member, COE Advance Team, Kansas State University (2004–2010).
Member, Agricultural Education Advisory Committee, Kansas State University (2001–2010).
Member, Program Coordinating Council, Kansas State University (1998–2010).
Member, College of Education "Qualitative Aspects- Student Behavior" Committee, Kansas State University (1998–2010).
Member, Scholarship Committee, College of Education, Kansas State University (1996–2010).
Member, Program Evaluation Committee, College of Education, Kansas State University (1996–2010).
Member, Outstanding Science Teacher Award Committee, Sigma Xi, KSU Scientific Research Society (1996–2010).
Member, Teacher Education Advisory Committee, College of Education, Kansas State University (1995–2010).
Member, Vice President's University Environmental Stewardship Committee, Kansas State University (2004–2008).
Member, Provost's Integrity in Research and Scholarly Activity Committee, Kansas State University (1999–2007).
Member, Provost's Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence Advisory Committee, Kansas State University (1998–2005).
Member, University Teaching Scholar - Advisory Committee, Kansas State University (1997–1998).
Member, Vice Provost's Selection Committee for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Kansas State University (1995–1998).

The Community
Judge, Tropicana Speech Contest (2011–present).
Guest Speaker, The Long-Term Impact of Teachers, Rotary International (2012).
Member, USD 383 PDS Partnership Steering Committee, Kansas (2002–2010).
Member, USD 383 Staff Development Committee, Kansas (2000–2010).
Member, Long-Range Planning Committee, First United Methodist Church, Kansas (2007–2009).
Teacher, 7th Grade Confirmation Class, First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, KS (2000–2001).
Teacher, Fourth Grade Sunday School, First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, KS (1997–1998).
Teacher, Ist Grade Sunday School, First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, KS (1996–1997).
Chair, Education Commission, First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, Kansas (1993–1995).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Scharmann, L. C. (2010). Judge. 43rd International Science Fair.
Scharmann, L. C., & Aikens, C. (2009). Consultant-educational assessment. NSF CAREER program.
Scharmann, L. C. (2009). Judge. International Science Fair (Regional).
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Program review. Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Judge. International Science Fair.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). Presider, "Students' views of the nature of science," Strand coordinator organized paper set, 81st National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST).
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Panelist, High school student visitation. Wichita Heights Future Teachers Club.
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Judge, Agriscience poster contest. Kansas State University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Presider, "Interactions of teaching and learning of the nature of Science," Strand coordinator organized paper set. National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST).
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Judge. International Science Fair.
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Panel discussant, "Let's talk science, a meeting of the minds" (with Lawrence Krauss, internationally known theoretical physicist. Kansas State University Center.
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). Representative. KSU All-University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2006). Judge. 39th International Science Fair.
Scharmann, L. C. (2006). Guest speaker. Fellowship Temple.
Scharmann, L. C. (2005). Reviewer: Targeted excellence proposal entitled, "Frontiers in advanced learning: Towards a complete e-delivery environment". Kansas State University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2005). Reviewer "Nature of science: Past, present, and future" (Chapter 30), written by Norman G. Lederman. Research on Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2005). Judge - Agriscience poster contest. Kansas State University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). External reviewer- research proposal submitted to the Associate Provost for Research and Graduate Education by Laura Novick and Kefyn Catley. Vanderbilt University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). Book Reviewer, The Importance of Story and Imagery to Learning Science. Written by Charles Ault for Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). Review panelist, Setting recommended scores on the Praxis II tests for: Biology, Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, Physics, and Middle-Level Science. KSDE.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). Review Panelist, Content performance evaluation training session. Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). Review Panelist, Unit Assessment System (NCATE/KSDE Standards 1 & 2). Kansas State Department of Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2003). Commentary, USD 383 School Board Meeting. KSU Partnership Activities.
Scharmann, L. C. (2003). Reviewer, Teaching about Scientific Origins: Taking Account of Creationism. RoutledgeFalmer Publishers.
Scharmann, L. C. (2002). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (2001). Book Chapter Review, "Teaching Evolution in the Context of the History and Philosophy of Science". International History and Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching Association.
Scharmann, L. C. (2001). Panel Member, Life After Tenure. COE Mentoring Program, KSU.
Scharmann, L. C. (2001). Manuscript Review (with John Staver). Secondary school teachers' views on teaching evolutionary theory.
Scharmann, L. C. (2001). Televised Commentary, Science in the State of Kansas. KTWU Public Television, Topeka, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Expert Testimony, Pratt, KS. regarding science standards revised by Pratt Board of Education to integrate "evidence against evolution".
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Radio Interview, regarding the nature of theories and teaching and learning of biological evolution. KKSU (Manhattan, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Radio Interview, regarding the teaching of evolution in secondary schools (radio report available August 24-September 1, 2000); accessed by thirteen (13) radio stations. KSU Media Relations (Manhattan, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Radio Interview, regarding changes in teaching science in secondary schools (radio report available August 3-11, 2000); accessed by ten (10) radio stations. KSU Media Relations (Manhattan, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Radio Interview, regarding Kansas primary election results, Kansas science standards, and secondary school science teacher preparation. KIUL (Garden City, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Radio Interview, regarding the nature of theories and the teaching and learning of biological evolution. KIUL (Garden City, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Televised Commentary, Sunflower Journeys (Science in the State of Kansas). KTWU Public Television (air dates: April 13, 15-16.
Scharmann, L. C. (2000). Public Commentary, Supplied written comments in relation to public hearing of February 16, 2000, Manhattan, KS. Redesign of Licensure for Kansas Educators.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). On-line Interview, Cyberradiotv (Los Angeles) regarding the teaching and learning of evolutionary theory. Paul Garson Show; www://cyberradiotv.com/.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). Presider, Our Water Heritage Curriculum: Comparison of Water-Related Environmental Issues is Kansas and Voronezh (Russia). Rural and Small Schools Conference, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). Radio Interview, Appeared with Scott Hill (Kansas State Board of Education) and Carol Arjona (USD 475 Science Curriculum Director). KJCK (Junction City, KS) regarding Kansas Science Standards.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). Integrating a Vision for Reform: Secondary Education at Kansas State University. Poster presented at the first Academic Majors Fair, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). Speaker. Kansas State Board of Education public hearing on "Proposed State Standards for Science," Topeka, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). External Reviewer- Mike U. Smith, a candidate for promotion from Associate to Full Professor. Mercer University School of Medicine.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Guest Speaker, Topic: The Tenure and Promotion Process. Curriculum and Instruction Professional Development Seminar.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Presider, Electronic Fences of Free-Range Students: Should Schools Use Internet Filtering Software? Rural and Small Schools Conference, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Perspectives on Content Area Reading (Science). Presented for two sections of "Reading in the Content Area" (EDSEC 477), Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Folio Review Training. Kansas State Department of Education, Topeka, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Curriculum Review Committee for NCATE Partnership. Kansas State Department of Education, Topeka, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). Discussant/Presider, four papers presented in the Students' Conceptions and Conceptual Change Strand. 71st Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Diego, CA.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). External Examiner, "School Science and Religion - World Views of Students, Teachers and Clergy". Masters Thesis candidate Robert Fysh, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Presider. Rural and Small Schools Conference (Manhattan, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Manuscript Review, "Effects of a Science Teaching Methods Course with a Field Experience on Preservice Teachers' Attitudes toward Teaching Science". Author/Address: Dr. Jonas Okeagu, Assistant Professor of Biology, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Discussant/Presider, Four papers presented in the Teacher Education Strand. 70th Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Oak Brook, IL.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Judge. 2nd Annual City of Manhattan Sci. & Engineering Fair, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1997). Ad Hoc Reviewer. Educational Psychology Review.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Guest Speaker. National Trends in Science Education: Targeting the National Science Education Standards, Manhattan High School, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Presider, Targeting the New Science Education Standards With Science Literacy. 18th Annual Rural & Small Schools Conference, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Reviewer. Kansas State Board of Education - Science Folios from the University of Kansas (Topeka, KS).
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Judge. Agriscience Poster Contest, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Presider, Conceptions of Technology Held by Children and Adults. 69th Annual Meeting of NARST, St. Louis, MO.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Presider, Feminist Perspectives on Science Teacher Education. 69th Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), St. Louis, MO.
Scharmann, L. C. (1996). Speaker. Kansas State Board of Education public hearing on "Proposed Changes in State Standards for Teacher Licensure" Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Guest Speaker. Manhattan High School Career Day, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Ad Hoc Reviewer. Educational Psychology Review.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Judge. Agriscience Poster Contest, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Presider, Science Self-Efficacy Beliefs Research. 68th Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Statistical Consultant. District II, Kansas Junior Academy of Sciences.
Scharmann, L. C. (1995). Judge. 28th Annual Regional Intl. Science Fair, Wamego, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Guest Speaker, Science & Religion. United Methodist Faculty/Staff Lunch, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Reviewer, Science for the Elementary School (7th ed.). Merrill Publishing Company.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Guest Speaker, Science & Religion, Two part session for the University Sunday School Class. First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Participant, Certification in Biology Education. Kansas State Board of Education Training Session, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Guest Speaker, Science and Religion -- at Odds? four part session conducted for First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Judge. 27th Annual Regional Science Fair, Wamego, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Judge, Kansas Junior Academy of Science. District II Meeting, Sabetha High School, Sabetha, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1994). Statistical Consultant. District II, Kansas Junior Academy of Sciences.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Consultant, State of Kansas State Science Assessment. Administered by the University of Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Presider. Rural & Small Schools Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Guest Lecturer, Evolution & Creation -- a Conflict Resolved. Presented for Blue Valley United Methodist Church, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Judge, Agriscience Poster Contest. Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Guest Speaker, Science Education Symposium. A Discussion of "Learning from Asian Schools," by Harold Stevenson, which appeared in Scientific American (December, 1992).
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Guest Lecturer, A Constructive Approach to Teaching Evolution, presented for the Teacher Education Graduate Students. (T.E.G.S.), College of Education, KSU.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Presider. National Sci. Teachers Assoc. National Meeting.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Presider, An Agenda for Evolution Education Research. Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Presider/Co-Chair, Science Education Section. 1993 Joint Meeting of the Kansas and Missouri Academy of Sciences.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Reviewer, Exploring the Children's Conceptual World in Science. Merrill Publishing Company.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Statistical Consultant. District II, Kansas Junior Academy of Sciences.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Guest Lecturer, Considerations for Planning Quality Science Instruction. presented for the Physics Department (PHYS 452/PHYS 515).
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Guest Lecturer, Science and Religion -- at Odds? ?, four part session conducted for First United Methodist Church, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1993). Reviewer. Majors' General Biology, HarperCollins.
Scharmann, L. C. (1992). Consultant, Concerns about QPA: Quality Performance Accreditation. presented at Manhattan High School, Science Faculty Meeting.
Scharmann, L. C. (1992). Presider. Rural & Small Schools Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1992). Discussant. 65th Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (Boston, Massachusetts.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Presider. Rural & Small Schools Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Reviewer, Diving into Elementary Science. Allyn & Bacon.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Director. 54rd Annual Meeting of the Kansas Junior Academy of Science, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Judge. 24rd Annual Regional Science Fair, Wamego, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Presider, Equity in Science Education (Contributed paper set). 64th Annual NARST Conference, The Abbey at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Scharmann, L. C. (1991). Reviewer, General Nonmajors Biology. Harper-Collins Publishers.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990). Presider. Rural and Small Schools Conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990). Presider. Eisenhower Grant Writing Workshop, Kansas Board of Regents and Center for Science Education, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990). Reviewer, Elementary Science Activities. Allyn & Bacon Pub.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990). Director. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Kansas Junior Academy of Science, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1990). Judge. 23rd Annual Reg. Science Fair, (Wamego, Kansas).
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Reviewer, Teaching Elementary Science: Process and Practice. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Presider, Rural and Small Schools Conference. Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Judge, Science Fair. Manhattan Catholic School, Manhattan, KS.
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Judge. 22nd Annual Wamego Reg. Science Fair, (Wamego, Kansas).
Scharmann, L. C. (1989). Reviewer, Focus on Excellence: Biology (7-12) (Wright and Powers, editors). Washington, DC: National Science Teachers Association.
Scharmann, L. C. (1988). Sectional Judge. Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science. Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania.
Scharmann, L. C. (1987). General Biology Textbook Review (Holmes and Edwards). New York: McGraw-Hill.

Manuscript Review
Scharmann, L. C. (2013). "Creationism on the Couch: The Social Psychology of Evolution Denial". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2012). "Teaching the Nature of Science through Scientific Errors" (Revised and Resubmitted). Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2011). "Teaching Evolution in the Context of the History and Philosophy of Science". International History & Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching Group.
Scharmann, L. C. (2011). "Where Cognitive Conflict Arises From?: The Structure of Creating Cognitive Conflict". International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2011). "Teaching the Nature of Science through Scientific Errors". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2011). "Knowledge about genetics, evolution, nature of science, opinions on evolution, and the presence of non-scientific explanations by Czech, Slovakian, Slovenian, and Turkish students". Science and Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2010). "Evolution acceptance and epistemological views of college biology students,". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2009). "Essential characteristics for a professional development program for promoting the implementation of a multidisciplinary science module". Journal of Science Teacher Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2009). "Let's start with respect: Teaching evolution through intellectual discussion in the secondary science classroom". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2009). "The influence of an activity-based reflective explicit approach on the [anonymous] prospective science teachers' conceptions of the nature of science". Science and Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). "Biology students' and teachers' religion beliefs and attitude on evolutionary theory". Journal of Science Teacher Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2008). "Evolution teaching practice: Striving for scientific literacy in a democratic society".
Scharmann, L. C. (2007). "Students' perceptions of the nature of science and the process of science through a project-based science program". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2006). "Lessons from Arkansas". Science & Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2006). "Still more 'fancy' and 'myth' than 'fact' in students' conceptions of evolution". Anthropology.
Scharmann, L. C. (2005). "Teaching the theory of evolution: Stimulating student reflection and defusing controversy". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2004). "Relationship between achievement and students' acceptance of evolution or creation in an upper level evolution course". Written by Ella Ingram and Craig Nelson, Department of Biology, Indiana University.
Scharmann, L. C. (2003). "Teaching Students 'Ideas-About-Science': Case Studies from the Classroom". Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (2002). "Special Issue (October, 2002)". School Science and Mathematics.
Scharmann, L. C. (1999). Nature of Science a la Benchmarks and Standards. Science Education.
Scharmann, L. C. (1998). "Truth as Coherence and Constructivist Epistemology: A Resolution of the Discord between Science and Religion?". National Association for Research in Science Teaching.
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