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Rybarczyk, Brian J.

Teaching Professor, Assistant Dean for Academic and Professional Development of The Graduate School, Associate Director SPIRE Postdoctoral Fellowship
101 Graduate Student Center
(919) 962-2505 (office)

Teaching Schedule

BIOL 324: Molecular Basis of Disease (Spring)


Selected References

  • Rybarczyk, BJ.  2011. Building Students’ Visual Literacy Skills: Teaching Beyond the Textbook.  Journal of College Science Teaching, 41(4): 106-114.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ, Lerea, L, Lund, EP, Whittington, D, Dykstra, L. 2011. Postdoctoral Training Aligned with the Academic Professoriate. Bioscience, 61(9): 699-705.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ and Walton, K. 2009.  Hypothesis Modification Activity.  In Lord, French, and Crow, eds. Guide to Assessment. Society for College Science Teachers.  NSTA Press, Arlington, VA.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ. 2008. Molecular Evolution: HIV Drug Targets and Resistance. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 1(2): 184-188. DOI: 10.1007/s12052-007-0024-5
  • Rybarczyk, BJ. 2008. Molecular Evolution: The HIV Envelope Protein. Evolution: Education & Outreach, 1(2): 179-183.  DOI: 10.1007/s12052-007-0023-6
  • Rybarczyk, BJ. 2007. Tools of Engagement: Using Case Studies in Synchronous Distance Learning Environments.  Journal of College Science Teaching.  37(1): 31-33.
  • RybarczykBJ, Baines AT, McVey M, Thompson, J, Wilkins H.  2007. A case-based approach increases student learning outcomes and comprehension of cellular respiration concepts.  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education.  35(3): 181-186.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ and Walton, K.  2006. Feedback as a Learning Opportunity.  In Teaching Tips – Best Practices for College Science Teaching. Society for College Science Teachers.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ. 2006. Incorporating Primary Literature into Science Learning.  In Handbook of College Science Teaching. Eds. Mintzes, J.J. and Leonard, W.H.  NSTA Press, Arlington, VA.
  • Rybarczyk, BJ, Heck, W, Novicki, A. 2005. The Campus Coffee Shop: Caffeine Conundrums.  National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, Buffalo, NY.
  • Baines, A, McVey, M, Rybarczyk BJ, Thompson, J, and Wilkins, H.  2004. The Mystery of the Toxic Flea Dip: an interactive approach to teaching aerobic cellular respiration.  Cell Biology Education, 3(1), 62-68.


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