Below are relevant publications and presentations authored by former and current researchers in Western Michigan University's Science and Mathematics Program Improvement. They are listed in descending order by publication date.
- Walter, E., Henderson, C., Beach, A., and Williams, C.T. (2016). Introducing the Postsecondary Instructional Practices Survey (PIPS): A Concise, Interdisciplinary, and Easy-to-Score Survey of Postsecondary Instructional Practices. CBE Life Sciences, 15(4), ar53.
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2016). Using History of Genetics to Influence Pre-service Teachers' Nature of Science Views. Science and Education, 25(3), 407-427
- Williams, C.T., Walter, E., Henderson, C., and Beach, A. (2015). Describing Undergraduate STEM Teaching Practices: A Comparison of Instructor Self-report Instruments. International Journal of STEM Education, 2(1), 1-14.
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2015). Mendel and the Nature of Science. American Biology Teacher 77(7), 492-499.
- Jenness, M., Draze, D., and Laing, R. (2002). Report of Findings: National Science Foundation Early Childhood Materials Development Learning Community.
- Jenness, M. (2001). Review and Assessment of the Michigan Eisenhower Professional Development Program. October 1999 to June 2001.
- Barley, Z.A. and Phillips, C.P. (1998). Closing the gap for girls: Gender differences in teachers' technological attitudes and proficiency. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 4, 249-267.
- Jenness, M. and Barley, Z.A. (1995). Using cluster evaluation in the context of science education reform. In R.G. O'Sullivan (Ed.), Emerging Roles of Evaluation in Science Education Reform. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2019) Exploring the effects of using historical stories during genetics instruction on student understanding of NOS. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted).
- David, V., Protacio, M.S., Williams, C.T., Piazza, S., and Kuo, H. (2019). Investigating the effectiveness of a professional development program on task-based language teaching. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted).
- Protacio, M.S., David, V., Kuo, H., Piazza, S. and Williams, C.T. (2019). "The good and the bad: Teacher's perspectives in engaging English learners' parents and families. AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 5-9 April (Submitted)
- Williams, C.T. and Rudge, D.W. (2018). Effects of historical story telling on student understanding of NOS and Mendelian genetics. NARST Annual Converece, Atlanta, GA, 9-12 March.
- Sydlik, M.A., Williams, C.T., Ngulo, E. and Kasper, H. (2017). Translating complex data analysis into usable feedback for clients. American Evaluation Association Conference, Washington, D.C., 6-11 November.
- Williams, C.T. and Beach, A.L. (2016). How deep is your network? A social network analysis of faculty development collaborations. POD Annual Conference, Louisville, KY, 9-13 November.
- Walter, E.M., Williams, C.T., Kowalske, M.G., Henderson, C. and Beach, A. (2016). Comparing self-report and observational data: An investigation of faculty instructional practices. NARST Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 11-14 April.
- Williams, C.T., Walter, E.M., Henderson, C. and Beach. A. (2015). Describing undergraduate STEM teaching practices: A comparison of instructor self-report instruments. NARST Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 11-14 April.
- Williams, C.T. (2012). They want me to do what? American Evaluation Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 22 October.