Hannah Sturtevant

Hannah Sturtevant
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Meyer Hall of Science 252
525 S Main St, Ada, OH, 45810
Research Interests
Chemical Education: student motivation, student conceptual change, pedagogy evaluation, metacognition, supporting diverse students, STEM faculty development
Employee degree:

BS, Western Washington University

PHD, Purdue University


Research Publications:

  • Sturtevant, H., & Wheeler, L. (2019). The STEM Faculty Instructional Barriers and Identity Survey (FIBIS): Development and exploratory results. International Journal of STEM Education, 6(35), 1-22.
  • Wheeler, L., & Sturtevant, H. G. (2019). Student perceptions of GTAs in an inquiry-based general chemistry laboratory: An exploratory study of the impact of a teaching methods course. Chemistry Education Research and Practice. Articles ASAP. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00239
  • Weaver, G.C., & Sturtevant, H. G. (2015). Design, implementation, and evaluation of a flipped format general chemistry course. Journal of Chemical Education, 92(9), 1437-1448. [Featured in Editors' Choice of Science, (Jan 2016), 351(6272), 462].

Classes Taught:

  • General Chemistry 1711 Lecture and Lab
  • General Chemistry 1721 Lecture and Lab

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