Associate Professor Emeritus
University of Connecticut
Department of Molecular & Cell Biology
91 North Eagleville Road, Unit 3125
Storrs, CT 06269-3125
Education: Ph.D. Yale University; ; Post-doctoral training, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Research Interests: Applications of technology and computers in the teaching of biology and microbiology; membrane structure and fuction.
T. M. Terry, M. Rosado, P. Garcia, and B. Keenan. 2002. Improving Group-based Active Learning Activities in the Microbiology Classroom. Poster and abstract. 9th ASM Undergraduate Microbiology Education Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
T. M. Terry. 2001. Improving Microbiology Education. Proceedings, 23rd Chilean Congress of Microbiology, TomŽ, Chile.
T. M. Terry. 2001. Using Visual Media to Promote Active Learning. Abstract, ASM annual joint branch regional meeting, Groton, CT.
T. M. Terry. 2000 The impact of the internet on microbiology education. Proceedings, Annual Meeting of Australian Society for Microbiology, Cairns, Australia.
Terry, T. M. 1999. Weaving the Web into Biology Teaching. BioScience 49:733-741.
Reynolds, J., and T. M. Terry. 1998. Using the Web for student prepared materials in a microbiology course. Poster and abstract, 98th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, Atlanta, GA.
Terry, T. M. 1996. The Virtual Classroom: Teaching with the Web. Selected Papers from the Seventh National Conference on College Teaching and Learning:
Terry, T. M. 1995. Teaching Microbiology with the World Wide Web. Am. Soc. Microbiology News 61:401-405.
Terry, T. M. 1993. Teaching Science as Process. J. College Science Teaching. 22:225-227.