Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Shari Litch Gray
Associate Professor & Department Chair - Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematicse firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, Physiology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
MS, Physiology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
BS, Biology, Tufts University, Medford, MA
Dr. Shari Litch Gray joined the Regis faculty in 2013. Prior to that she taught at Notre Dame College and Chester College of New England, both in New Hampshire. Dr. Litch Gray is an accomplished educator having taught General Biology, Human Physiology and Anatomy & Physiology for Biology undergraduates and graduate students as well as students of many healthcare programs including Nursing, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant. In 2007, Dr. Litch Gray was awarded the distinction of New Hampshire Postsecondary Educator of the Year. Her master’s and doctoral research in reproductive physiology included investigations of progesterone production by cultured corpora lutea cells. Currently her research centers on improving biology and STEM curriculum at the college level through integration of iPad technology in the classroom and the development of online education in the sciences at Regis College.
Litch Gray, S. 2014. “iA&P: The Benefits and Potential Pitfalls of Integrating iPad Technology in the Teaching of Human Anatomy & Physiology II.” Paper presented at the Annual HAPS Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, May.
Litch Gray, S. 2014. “Teaching Human Anatomy & Physiology with iPad Technology.” Paper presented at Eastern Regional HAPS Conference, Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts, March.
Coolidge, C. and Litch Gray, S. 2011. “Guided Inquiry Materials for a Chemistry in Art Course.” Paper presented at ChemEd Conference, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, July.
Coolidge, C. and Litch Gray, S. 2011. "POGIL Activities for a Chemistry in Art Course." Paper presented at Northeast Regional POGIL meeting at Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, July.
Litch Gray, S.J. 1997. “Integration of Computer Technology in the Biological Sciences at Notre Dame College.” Paper presented at NHCUC Annual Meeting: “The Future of the Major: Challenge and Change,” at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Kaneb Grant – “Design of an Online Two-Semester Human Anatomy & Physiology Course Sequence,” 2014.
Davis Grant Awardee – “Bridging Two Cultures: Integrating Art into a Modern Science Curriculum,” 2008.
New Hampshire Outstanding Teaching in Postsecondary Education Award, 2007.
Campus Compact of New Hampshire Presidents’ Good Steward Award, 2004.
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