John Jungck, Institute on Learning Technology
John R. Jungck is the Mead Chair of the Sciences and Professor of Biology at Beloit College. He has specialized in mathematical molecular evolution, history and philosophy of biology, and science education reform. In 1986, he co-founded the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium, a national consortium of over a hundred college biology educators and computer software developers who are producing biological curricular materials and promoting curricular reform across the nation with thousands of professors. He has held many editorial positions: Editor, The BioQUEST Library; Editor, Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching; Editor, American Biology Teacher; Associate Editor, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology; Book and Software Editor, BioScience; Associate Editor, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and College Science Teaching; and, Editorial Board, BioSystems: Journal of Molecular, Cellular and Behavioral Origins and Evolution. He is Chair of the Education Committee of the Society for Mathematical Biology, serves on the Education Committees of both the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology and the American Institute for Biological Sciences, is on the Executive Board of the Coalition for Education in the Life Sciences, and is a committee member of the National Research Council's Committee on Information Technology. He is a Fulbright Scholar (Thailand), a Mina Shaughnessy Scholar, a Fellow of the National Institute of Science Education, and a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.