Sandra ConnellyAssistant Professor
Connelly, Sandra J, et al. "UV-Stressed Daphnia pulex Increase Fitness through Uptake of Vitamin D3." Plos One. (2015): 0-0. Web. *
Connelly, Sandra J. "Transpiration & Chemical Vapors." National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. (2016): 0-0. Web. «
National/International Competition Award Winner
Connelly, Sandra J. Online Learning Consortium. Effective Practice Award. Dallas, TX, 2015. ˜
Connelly, Sandra J and Jeffrey L Mills. "Non-tasters vs. Super-tasters: The Chemistry and Biology of Your Favorite Foods!" Science Exploration Day. Central Western Section of the Science Teachers Association of NYS. Rochester, NY. 15 May 2015. Lecture.
Connelly, Sandi and Jeff Mills. "Non-tasters vs. Super-tastersThe Chemistry and Biology of Your Favorite Foods!" Faculty Showcase. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 14 Jan. 2015. Lecture.
Connelly, Sandi. "How I Flipped My Class – Or, What I did Last Semester!" Cornell University Flipped Class Workshop. Cornell University. Ithaca, NY. 19 Jun. 2014. Keynote Speech.
Connelly, Sandi. "Course Design on the Quick." New Faculty Orientation. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, United States. 14 Aug. 2014. Lecture.
Connelly, Sandi. "How I Flipped My Class – Or, Why I Did What I Did!" EdTech Showcase. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. 12 Nov. 2014. Lecture.
Connelly, Sandi. "Identifying Life on Earth (& Elsewhere?)." Introduction to Astronomy Course. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 9 Dec. 2014. Guest Lecture.
Poland, Daniel M, et al. "Variation in Symbiodinium Communities in Juvenile Briareum Asbestinum (Cnidaria: Octocorallia) Over Temporal and Spatial Scales." Marine Ecology Progress Series 476. (2013): 23-37. Print. *
Rose, Kevin C, et al. "The Role of Ultraviolet Radiation and Fish in Regulating the Vertical Distribution of Daphnia." Limnology and Oceanography 57. 6 (2012): 1867-1876. Print. *
Tucker, AJ., C.E. Williamson, K.C. Rose, J.T. Oris, S.J. Connelly, M.H. Olson, D.L. Mitchell. â€śUltraviolet radiation affects invasibility of lake ecosystems by warm-water fish.â€ť Ecology, 91:3 (2010): 882-890. Print. Â«