Gormally, C. (2015, July). Building teachable units and assessing learning. Workshop conducted at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, Annapolis, MD.
Cooper KM1, AJJ Auerbach, JD Bader, AM Beadles-Bohling, JA Brashears, E Cline, SL Eddy, DB Elliot, E Farley, L Fuselier, HM Heinz, M Irving, T Josek, AK Lane, SM Lo, J Maloy, M Nugent, E Offerdahl, J Palacios-Moreno, J Ramos, JW Reid, RA Sparks, AL Waring, M Wilton, C Gormally1, SE Brownell1. 2020. Fourteen recommendations to create a more inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ individuals in academic biology. CBE-LSE. 1 lead authors who contributed equally
Gormally C. 2020. The Comics Project: Synthesizing and communicating science with comics. CourseSource. https://www.coursesource.org/courses/the-comics-project-synthesizing-and-communicating-science-with-comics
Gormally C. 2020. Using comics to make science come alive. CourseSource. https://www.coursesource.org/courses/using-comics-to-make-science-come-alive
Gormally C. Achieving Science Literacy. Presentation, AAC&U Annual conference, Washington, D.C.
Gormally C. Getting personal: Using Graphic Medicine to re-envision and empower science learning and communication. Graphic Medicine. Accepted for Toronto, July 2020. Conference cancelled due to coronavirus.
Gormally C. Invited panelist, STEAM Collaborations: Women’s Environmental Leadership Workshop. Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, Washington, D.C.
Gormally C. The Science Stories Project: Connecting Science with Society via Comics. Presentation, AAC&U Transforming STEM Education, Chicago, IL.
Gormally C. What can we learn when science gets personal? Opportunities for making science relevant. Invited talk, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C., February 2020.
Gormally C., A Heil, P Brickman. Characterizing the learning landscape for non-science majors and identifying opportunities for change. HHMI working group on learning objectives for non-science and science majors, Washington, D.C., February 2020.
Heil, Austin, C. Gormally, P. Brickman. Low level learning: leaving behind most students—the non-majors. Presentation, Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER), Zoom, July 2020.