Paul W. Massey

Paul W. Massey

Degrees and Certifications

    • 1994-1996: Sixth Year: Institute for the Study of Instruction in Science,
      Southern Connecticut State University
    • 1977-1978: Sixth Year: Administration and Supervision,
      University of Bridgeport
    • 1971-1973: Masters of Science: Guidance and Counseling,
      University of Bridgeport
    • 1964 – 1968: Bachelor of Science in Education, Concentration: Biology,
      University of Hartford

Teaching Responsibilities

    • Professor of Education, Sacred Heart University, 2003-Present
    • Instructor – Yale University, TPR 294a, Methods of Science, Fall 2005
    • Director of Science, Hamden Public Schools, 1982-2003
    • Adjunct Professor – Southern Connecticut State University – Co-taught – Using Genetics to Energize the Teaching of Mathematics and Science, 1999- 2002
    • Adjunct Professor – Southern Connecticut State University, SCE 511, New Developments in Science Education. 2002.
    • High School Science Teacher, Biological Sciences, Hamden High School 1971-1996
    • Science Department Chair, Hamden High School, 1979-1982
    • High School Biology Teacher, The Hopkins School, New Haven, Connecticut, 1968-1971.

Research Interests & Grants

    • Received $100,000.00 grant from Bristol Myers Squibb to support systemic reform of science education in the Hamden Public Schools 2001-2004
    • Co-authored several Title II competitive grants with professors and representatives from Quinnipiac University and Southern Connecticut State University. Total amounts in excess of $90,000.00
    • Co-founder of the Regional Science Materials Center at Southern Connecticut State University.

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