Episode 36 – Student Learning on Display: Accidental Poisoning by Spanish Fly
In an effort to better understand student learning, particularly deep learning, as it occurs at Vanderbilt, the CFT is producing a special series of podcasts highlighting student projects across a variety of disciplines.
In this episode, CFT director, Derek Bruff, attends the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Summer Research Program poster session where he talks with Liz DeAngelo, a Junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. DeAngelo describes her summer research project where she spent a month in England studying rare 17th century texts to research accidental poisonings by Cantharides, more commonly known as Spanish Fly.
http://cft.vanderbilt.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/59/cftpodcast/ep36_spanishfly.mp3 [MP3, 10 min 06 sec]
Listen to previous “Student Learning on Display” podcasts:
- Episode 35 – Electrocardiogram Chair
- Episode 34 – Interactive Photo Exhibit
- Episode 33 – Texting While Driving Campaign
- Episode 32 – Art and Portable Media
- Episode 31 – Eliciting Positive Emotions Using Film
- Episode 30 – Spinach-Powered Solar Cells