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Debby Walser-Kuntz

Debby Walser-Kuntz

Education & Professional History

 Colorado College, MAT; Mayo Graduate School, PhD

At Carleton since 1995

Highlights & Recent Activity

Developing Immunologists: A Role for Undergraduate Education. L. Hannum, R. Kurt, & D. Walser-Kuntz. 2016.  Trends in Immunology. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.it.2016.03.008

Public Health in Practice: Development of an Undergraduate Domestic Off-campus Public Health Program. D. Walser-Kuntz & C. Bryce Iroz. 2016. Pedagogy in Health Promotion.DOI: 10.1177/237337991665020

Students as Curators: Visual Literacy, Public Scholarship, and Public Health. D. Walser-Kuntz & C. Bryce Iroz. 2016. Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal 8:1.

Celiac and Me. D. Walser-Kuntz, E. Matsuda, P. Tran, J. Salato, and J. Friedow. 2015. Community Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health); http://www.ces4health.info/find-products/view-product.aspx?code=7KMLZFYS.

Celiac and Me, an academic civic engagement web page project completed in collaboration with community partners, Phuoc 'Tien' Tran ('15), Emiri Matsuda ('15), and students enrolled in the Immunology W14 and W15 courses.

Learning to share: Partnerships in service learning, public scholarship, and library exhibitions. Co-presented with Margaret Pezalla-Granlund at Libraries and the Public Purposes of Higher Education: Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Conference, Boston, March, 2016.

Civic Engagement Models to Foster Integrative Science Education. Co-presented with Deborah Gross and Melissa Eblen-Zayas. Workshop session at AAC&U Crossing Boundaries: Transforming STEM Education Conference, Seattle, November, 2015

In vivo bisphenol-A exposure in combination with high-fat diet modulates murine innate immune responses. D. Walser-Kuntz, J. Cho, R. Rab, I. Wu, T. Tseng, S. Kansaker, and C. Iroz. 2014.  Poster presentation: IMMUNOLOGY 2014, Annual Meeting of The American Association of Immunologists, May 2-6, Pittsburgh.

Creating comics, theater, grant proposals, and research reports: Researching the effects of different modes of civic engagement in a biology classroom. Presentation with Adrienne Falcon at the Reinvigorating Our Process of Discovery, 2013 International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) Conference. Omaha, Nebraska, November 6 – 8, 2013.

Too many B cells...chronic lymphocytic leukemia and the role of flow cytometry. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science. (http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp?case_id=590&id=590). 2011.

In vivo bisphenol-A exposure modulates murine innate immune responses. Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium, MN Academy of Science, April 2012. Poster presentation with students YeJi Jun, John Cho, Dara Strauss-Albee, Elliot Johnson, JJ Locquaio. ***Poster and presentation won third place.

A Holistic Approach to Supporting Students in Math and Science. Workshop session at AAC&U Conference: Student Success: Pushing Boundaries, Raising Bars. Seattle, March 2012. Co-presented with Gudrun Willett and Deborah Gross.

Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations

American Association of Immunologists

American Society for Microbiology

American Public Health Association

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society

International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE)

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As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Biology

Dr. Walser-Kuntz is an immunologist, is interested in the role the immune system plays in the development of autoimmune disorders and the potential impact on this process of environmental contaminants. We are testing how a common plastic component, bisphenol A, affects immune cell activation and cytokine responses. She teaches Immunology, Microbiology, part of Introductory Biology, a seminar on Topics in Virology and Methods of Teaching Science. 

Profile updated July 21, 2017

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