Dr. Anne Donnelly holds a B.A. in Biology, an MBA in Finance and a Ph.D. in Education and Curriculum, the latter from the University of Florida. She has over 30 years of professional experience in the field of education as both a teacher and administrator including her current position as Director of the UF Center for Undergraduate Research. As the founding Director of this center, she has developed a one-stop-shop for students of all disciplines who are interested in undergraduate research. In recognition of her efforts encouraging and supporting students from diverse backgrounds, in 2015 she received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring from President Barack Obama at a ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House.
Mrs. Jennifer Moses is a University of Florida Alum, graduated in 2014 with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Entomology, and in 2017 completed a Masters Graduate Certificate in Forensic Science. Her experience spans STEM fields, having conducted research in environmental science, horticultural sciences, biochemistry, molecular biology, synthetic biology, and most recently with cell and gene therapy. Having conducted some of her early research as an undergraduate, she also presented at several Florida Undergraduate Research Conferences and at the University of Florida Undergraduate Research Symposium. She has over 7 years of experience working with students, from student lab assistant positions to intern mentorship, and most recently as an adjunct professor, teaching courses to biotechnology students. She loves working with and helping students reach their goals.
Michelle Leonard is a tenured associate university librarian in the Marston Science Library. She regularly teaches workshops for science graduate students, post docs and faculty on responsible conduct of research, including ethics of authorship, peer review, conflicts of interest, dual-use technology, plagiarism, and data management. From 2010-2012, Michelle served as the Principal Investigator for the $298,000 National Science Foundation (NSF)grant project "Gaming Against Plagiarism," an interactive online game about ethics in the STEM disciplines, and has served as a grant review panelist for NSF. In April 2017 Michelle received a travel award to attend the Department of Health & Human Services Office of Research Integrity Short Course on RCR Instruction (SCoRCRI). She is the co-coordinator for the UF RCR Stakeholders Group, a campus-wide initiative to bring together faculty who teach RCR in their curriculum. Michelle currently teaches the class FUNdamentals of Research Integrity for the Honors Program.
Associate University Librarian
Liaison to Animal Sciences, M.E. Rinker, Sr., School of Construction Management, Civil & Coastal Engineering, Entomology & Nematology, Geological Sciences, Soil & Water Sciences, Center for Undergraduate Research
Marston Science Library
University of Florida
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I have been at UF since February 2018 and have over 25 years experience working with university students. I enjoy working with students as it keeps me young, constantly learning, and on my toes. I live on the Santa Fe River and spend my spare time kayaking and exploring the woods.
I served as the Director of Special Projects for CURBS and have worked as a CUR Student Assistant for 2 years. I am currently conducting research in Dr. Malcolm Maden's lab with a focus on regenerative biology. My current project involves investigating the regenerative properties of the African spiny mouse (Acmoys).