New website

Well, it’s been a long time coming, but I needed a new professional website. Hence the development of Special thanks to the great tech folks in the CU Denver School of Education and Human Development who set this up for me (especially Matt M.).

And while I won’t promise to post engaging and meaningful blog content every day of the week, I can promise that this will be a place where I can share, maintain, and curate research artifacts from myself and my group, and things related to my teaching.

Please have a look around the site, and stay tuned for more to come as I build this out. And of course, feedback and ideas are welcomed. You can reach me at any of the social links at the bottom of the page 

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By Bud Talbot

I’m a science educator, teacher, and researcher. More specifically, I am an Associate Professor of science education at the University of Colorado Denver in the School of Education and Human Development. I currently teach pre-service and in-service science teachers, undergraduate peer Learning Assistants (LAs), and doctoral students. My research focuses on peer learning support in undergraduate science courses across the disciplines, and my particular interest is in physics education research (PER). Prior to entering academia, I taught science in grades 7-12 for seven years in US public schools, primarily physics in 11th and 12th grade.

Runner | tele skier | Father of twin girls | amateur radio operator W0RMT | science geek |