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Dr. Lisa G. Stoneman

Associate Professor

Chairperson


Department: Education
Office: 243 C Homer Bast Center

540-375-4936

stoneman@roanoke.edu

540-375-2031

Courses

Degrees

BA English - Roanoke College
MSEd - Virginia Tech
Ph.D. - Virginia Tech

Homepage

dragonrc.net

Research & Teaching Interests

Transdisciplinary research and pedagogy
Dragon Research Collaborative
Folklore

Scholarly Activities

The Dragon Research Collaborative, TREASure Center

Extracurricular

Reading, CrossFit, riding trains, cooking

Recent Publications

Poli, D. and Stoneman, L. (2019). On the Origin of the Dragon: Evolving a Transdisciplinary Research Pedagogy. Eds. Teresa Lloro-Bidart and Valerie Banschbach, Animals in Environmental Education: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum and Pedagogy.

Poli, D. and Stoneman, L. (2018). Capturing the Transdisciplinary Dragon: Creating a Crossover Natural History-Art Exhibit. Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering and Science 9, 44-56. doi: 10.22545/2018/00101

Poli, D. and Stoneman L. (2017). Drawing New Boundaries: Finding the Origins of Dragons in Carboniferous Plant Fossils, Leonardo (Publisher: MIT Press).

Conter, R., Poli, D. and Stoneman, L. (2017). The Dragon’s Guide to Plant Evolution. Martinsville, VA: Virginia Museum of Natural History. Print.

Stoneman, L. and Poli, D. (2017). Foreword in Restoring Dragons – Africa. Anna Denisch. Martinsville, VA: Virginia Museum of Natural History. i-ii. Print.

Stoneman, L. and Poli, D. (2017). Foreword in The Epoch of Dragons: Convergence. Lydia Weltmann. Martinsville, VA: Virginia Museum of Natural History. i-ii. Print.

Poli, D., Stoneman, L., Siburn, A., Bader, W., and Clarke, E. (2016). Using MapBox™ Software to Help Students See Trends in Biology. American Biology Teacher 78 (5): 426-427.

Stoneman, L., Poli, D. and Dooley, A. C. (2015). Hunting dragons: An organic, multidisciplinary pedagogy. Eds. P. Blessinger and B. Cozza, University Partnerships for Community and School System Development. Vol 5. Series:

Previous Work

English teacher - Botetourt County,
Adjunct faculty - Roanoke College, Hollins University

Available as a Media resource for the following topics

Transdisciplinary research and pedagogy
Dragon Research Collaborative
TREASure Center

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on

Transdisciplinary research and pedagogy
Dragon Research Collaborative
TREASure Center