Sources and Research for More Information

INTERACTIVE THEATER

Len-Ríos, M. E., Davis, K., Gammon, A., Smith, C., Swearingen, A., & Burgoyne, S. (2012, August). Confronting contradictory media messages about body image and nutrition: Implications for public health. Paper presented to the Mass Communication & Society Division, annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC), Chicago.

Placier, Peggy, Crystal Kroner, Suzanne Burgoyne, and Roger Worthington.  “Developing Difficult Dialogues:  An Evaluation of Classroom Implementation.”  The Journal of Faculty Development.  26:2 (May 2012).

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “ACT NOW:  Interactive Theatre for Multicultural Awareness on Campus,” More Reasons for Hope, Association of American Colleges and Universities, 2009.

Burgoyne, Suzanne, Peggy Placier, Mallory Taulbee, and Sharon Welch, “Investigating Interactive Theatre as Faculty Development for Diversity.”  Theatre Topics 18 (Sept. 2008):  107-29.     

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/tt/summary/v018/18.2.burgoyne.html

Burgoyne, Suzanne, Peggy Placier, Mallory Thomas, Sharon Welch, Clyde Ruffin, Lisa Y. Flores, Elif Celebi, Noor Azizan-Gardner, and Marilyn Miller.  “Interactive Theatre and Self-Efficacy,” Scholarship of Multicultural Teaching and Learning, ed. Matthew Kaplan and A.T. Miller, 21-26. New Directions in Teaching and Learning 111.   San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2007.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.282/abstract?systemMessage=Pay+Per+View+will+be+unavailable+for+upto+3+hours+from+06%3A00+EST+March+23rd+on+Wiley+Online+Library.+We+apologise+for+the+inconvenience

Steiger, Jeffrey, Suzanne Burgoyne, and Noor Azizan-Gardner, “Exploring Classroom Climate with Interactive Theatre,” AGLS News, 23:1 (Fall 2006):  5-6.

Cockrell, Karen, Peggy Placier, Suzanne Burgoyne, Sharon Welch, Helen Neville, and Jite Eferakhorho.  “Theater of the oppressed as an Instructional Practice: Understanding ourselves as actors in teacher education classrooms,” Making a Difference in Teacher Education through Self-Study:  Studies of Personal, Professional, and Program Renewal, ed. John Loughran, 131-46.  Kluwer, invited book chapter, 2006.

Peggy Placier, Suzanne Burgoyne, Karen Cockrell, Sharon Welch, and Helen Neville..  “Learning to Teach with Theatre of the Oppressed,” Learning from Research on Teaching:  Perspective, Methodology, and Representation, ed. Jere Brophy and Stefinee Pinnegar, 253-80.  Advances in Research on Teaching, 11. Amsterdam:  Elsevier, 2005.   Invited book chapter.

Burgoyne, S., S. Welch, K. Cockrell, H. Neville, P. Placier, M. Davidson, T. Share, and B. Fisher.  “Researching Theatre of the Oppressed:  A Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Project.” MountainRise 2:1 (Fall/Winter 2005) [online SOTL journal; peer-reviewed]

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “Engaging the Whole Student:  Interactive Theatre in the Classroom,” POD Essays in Teaching Excellence (Winter 2004; invited contribution).

http://www.podnetwork.org/publications/teachingexcellence/03-04/V15,%20N5%20Burgoyne.pdf

Burgoyne, Suzanne, Karen Cockrell, Helen Neville, Sharon Welch, Peggy Placier, Meghan Davidson, Tamara Share, and Brock Fisher, “Theatre of the Oppressed as Pedagogy,” National Teaching and Learning Forum 13, no. 1 (Dec. 2003):  4-6.

http://cte.udel.edu/sites/udel.edu.cte/files/ntlf/v13n1/carnegie.htm

Burgoyne, Suzanne, Karen Cockrell, Helen Neville, Peggy Placier, Sharon Welch, Meghan Davidson, Tamara Share, and Brock Fisher.  “Theatre of the Oppressed as an Instructional Practice:  A Collaboration between Theatre and Education.”  SoTL International Conference Proceedings 2001 and 2002, ed. David Gosling and Vaneeta D’Andrea, 122-26.  London:  City University, 2003.

Cockrell, K., Placier, P., Burgoyne, S., Welch, S., Cockrell, D.  “Theatre of the oppressed as a self-study process: Understanding ourselves as actors in teacher education classrooms.” Herstmonceux IV:  The Fourth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, Vol. I, August 4-8, 2002, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England. ISBN 1-55339-025-3.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “Revising Questions and Renegotiating Consent.” In Ethics of Inquiry:  Issues in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, ed. Pat Hutchings, 35-38. Menlo Park, CA: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 2002.

Suzanne Burgoyne, Consultant, NSF Geoscience Opportunities for Leadership in Diversity (GOLD), “GEODES: GEOscience Diversity Experiential Simulations,” PIs from Michigan State, Cornell, College of William & Mary, Jan. 2017-Dec. 2018.

Neier, Leigh, Wayne Brekhus, and Suzanne Burgoyne.  “Issues of Diversity in the Classroom.”  In The Pursuit of Teaching Excellence:  Lessons from the University of Missouri Kemper Teaching Fellows, ed. Alan Strathman and James N. Spain.  University of Missouri-Columbia, 2015.

Ostby, P. L., Campbell, J. D., Burgoyne, S. & Carver, H. (2015). Interactive Theatre: A Teaching Method for Health Care Professionals, Students and Patients. Abstracts from the Proceedings of the 2015 Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Conference on Medical Student Education: Teaching and Learning in Medicine. Atlanta, GA.  

Burgoyne, Suzanne, and Milbre Burch.  Invited presenters.  “Storytelling:  From Narrative to Drama.”  Digi-Health 2015:  Changing Lives with Stories.  MU, 10 Sept. 2015.

2015 Mizzou Inclusive Excellence Award, Honorable Mention: the Mizzou Interactive Theatre Troupe; Suzanne Burgoyne, Producing Director.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Facilitator/Consultant, performance of interactive theatre piece, “Toxic Friday,” University of Alaska/Anchorage, Sept. 19, 2014.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Director/Facilitator, staged reading of “Parts of Speech” interactive theatre piece for Difficult Dialogues National Resource Center first conference, Austin TX, 26 Sept. 2014. 

Burgoyne, Suzanne, William Palmer, and Kathryn Tetley, “Renewing Student Creativity: An Act of Resistance,” ATHE national conference, Phoenix AZ July 2014.

Sharing Days School of Nursing Dean’s award for team poster “Transformative Learning with Nursing and Medical Students Using Interactive Theatre,” Pam Ostby, Jane Armer, James Campbell, Suzanne Burgoyne, and Richard Masden; MU, 30 April 2014.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Facilitator/Director, performance of interactive theatre piece, “A Knock on the Door,” University of Alaska/Anchorage, Sept. 13, 2013.

Placier, Peggy, Crystal Kroner, Suzanne Burgoyne, and Roger Worthington.  “Developing Difficult Dialogues:  An Evaluation of Classroom Implementation.”  The Journal of Faculty Development.  26:2 (May 2012).

Suzanne Burgoyne, Appointed Joint Courtesy Faculty, Sinclair School of Nursing, 2013-2017, renewed in 2017.

PI, Mizzou Advantage grant, “Interactive Theatre:  Teaching Method for Health Care Providers and Patients,” Fall 2012-Fall 2015, $25,000  

Inclusive Excellence Award (with other members of Mizzou NSF ADVANCE Steering Board), MU 20 October 2010.

TEACHING CREATIVITY

GRANTS

*Key Personnel, NSF REU Site:  Creative Approaches to Materials Design and Processing, 03/01/2018-02/28/2021, $323,253.  Project includes creativity training. 

 *“Creativity Across the Curriculum,” Mizzou Advantage, $27,222, Co-PI with Ferris Pfeiffer, Fall 2017.

*“Developing and Evaluating Creativity Instruction Methods for Bioengineering Capstone Design Students,” Mizzou Advantage, $18,250; Co-PI with Ferris Pfeiffer, David Schmidt, Fall 2016.  Based on Pilot project, Fall 2015:  Teaching 6-week condensed creativity course for Bioengineering capstone course section taught by Ferris Pfeiffer, Asst Prof of Bioengineering; positive assessment data for experimental group’s self-efficacy in engineering design compared to control group.

Burgoyne, S.  Provost’s faculty development leave to develop a new course in creativity for the non-arts major, 2010/2011.

PUBLICATIONS

*Pfeiffer, F., Burgoyne, S., et al.  “Creativity Theory and Action in Bioengineering Class.”  In S. Burgoyne (Ed.), Creativity Theory and Action in Theatre/Drama Education (Springer, in press; publication forthcoming 2018).

*Pfeiffer, Ferris M., Suzanne Burgoyne, Heather K. Hunt, and Johannes Strobel.  “Balancing Academic Rigor and Creative Thinking: A Transformational Approach to Teaching Senior Design,” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, (Aug. 2018):  081011.  

*Pfeiffer, Ferris, Rachel Bauer, Stephen Borgelt, Suzanne Burgoyne  “When Theatre Comes to Engineering Design:  Oh How Creative They Can Be,” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 138(7) (June 6 2017). 

Suzanne Burgoyne, Ed.  Creativity in Theatre:  Theory and Action in Theatre/Drama Education (Springer, 2018), proposal invited by series editor Ron Beghetto. 

WORKSHOPS, PANELS, PRESENTATIONS

Burgoyne, Suzanne, Simona Simkins, Joshua Saboorizadeh.  “Adapting TO Activities as a Method for Teaching Creativity.”  PTO Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 10 June 2018.

*Burgoyne, Suzanne, Ferris Pfeiffer, Heather Hunt.  “What Is Divergent Thinking?  Why Should We Be Teaching It?”  Celebration of Teaching Conference, University of Missouri, 16 May 2018.

*Burgoyne, Suzanne, and Ferris Pfeiffer.  “Teaching Creativity to Bioengineers—And Everybody Else.”  Beyond Campus: M-I-Z in K.C. event series. Kansas City, 8 May 2018.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “Worlds Collide:  Theatre Struts into STEM.”  Panelist, ATHE conference, Las Vegas, 6 Aug. 2017.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “How to Enhance Your Creativity—in Any Field,” invited workshop, Kellogg Fellows’ Leadership Alliance Forum, Denver, 10 Oct. 2016.

Katie Dawson and Suzanne Burgoyne, “Active and Creative Learning across the Curriculum:  Applied Theatre as a Tool to Liberate the University Classroom,” ATHE, Chicago, 8/12/2016. 

*Burgoyne, Suzanne, Ferris Pfeiffer, Rachel Bauer.  Summer Biomechanics,  “Active Teaching and Learning in Biomechanics,” Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference, National Harbor, MD,  30 June 2016.

*Pfeiffer, Ferris, Suzanne Burgoyne, Rachel Bauer.  “When Theatre comes to Capstone Design: Oh How Creative They can Be…” Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference, National Harbor, MD, 30 June 2016.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.   Invited presenter. “Following a Dream:  The Power of Passion, Persistence, and Interdisciplinarity,” panel on “Building Partnerships in Creativity,” SEC Symposium, Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Driving a 21st Century Economy, Atlanta, 21 Sept. 2015.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  "Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking, and Metacognition."  ATHE conference, Montreal, 1 Aug. 2015.

Burgoyne, Suzanne, William Palmer, and Kathryn Tetley, “Creativity for the Non-Arts Major:  A Grounded Theory Study of Student Learning,” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference, Quebec City, 24 Oct. 2014.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Faculty development workshop: “Encouraging Creativity in the Classroom” for University of Alaska/Anchorage, Sept. 16, 2014.

Burgoyne, Suzanne, William Palmer, and Kathryn Tetley, “Creating Our Future:  Applying TO to Creativity Education across the Curriculum,” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed conference, Omaha NE, June 26, 2014.

Burgoyne, Suzanne, William Palmer, and Kathryn Tetley, “Re-visioning Student Creativity:  A Grounded Theory Study,” Mid-America Theatre Conference, Cleveland, OH, March 6, 2014. 

Burgoyne, Suzanne, and Marge Skubic.  “Stumbling and Soaring:  The Process of Creative Collaboration between Theatre and Science.” Creativity Symposium, Wake Forest University, 19 March 2009.

News Articles

https://engineering.missouri.edu/2017/10/bioengineering-capstone-course-courts-creativity/

https://www.themaneater.com/stories/uwire/bioengineering-capstone-course-implements-theater-

https://undergradresearch.missouri.edu/summer/bioengineering-materials-design-processing /

https://engineering.missouri.edu/2018/02/brand-new-reu-materializes-mizzou-engineering/

https://engineering.missouri.edu/2016/12/partnership-theater-department-cues-creativity-engineering-students/

https://coas.missouri.edu/event/beyond-campus-kc-2018-5

 

SCIENCE COMMUNICATION

GRANTS

Collaborator, MU NSF grant "NRT-IGE:A test bed for STEM graduate student communication training,” PI:  Jack Schultz, Shelly Rodgers.  2015-2018, $487,468.  

PUBLICATIONS

Rodgers, Shelly, Ze Wang, Melissa Maras, Suzanne Burgoyne, Bimal Balakrishnan, Jon Stemmle, and Jack C. Schultz, “Decoding Science:  Development and Evaluation of a Science Communication Training Program Using a Triangulated Framework,” Science Communication 40(1; 2 Feb. 2018): 3-32.

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Faculty development workshop: “Encouraging Creativity in the Classroom” for University of Alaska/Anchorage, Sept. 16, 2014.

WORKSHOPS, PANELS, PRESENTATIONS

Burgoyne, Suzanne.  “All the World’s a Stage:  How to Connect with an Audience,”  Science Outreach and Communication:  A Career Symposium, sponsored by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 21 September 2013, MU.
 
Burgoyne, Suzanne.  Workshop on use of theatre techniques, Science Communication pilot program, University of Missouri, June 2013.

NEWS ARTICLES, ETC.  

https://journalism.missouri.edu/2015/10/national-science-foundation-awards-480000-grant-to-fund-scientific-communication-study/

https://munews.missouri.edu/news-releases/2018/0411-mu-science-communication-training-prepares-stem-students-for-employment/

https://coas.missouri.edu/news/mu-science-communication-training-prepares-stem-students-employment

https://decodingscience.missouri.edu/2015/07/17/bridging-the-gap-between-science-and-art/

https://bondlsc.missouri.edu/2015/07/17/bridging-the-gap-between-science-and-art/

https://theatre.missouri.edu/catdr/communicating-science-through-theatre