Marjorie G Bardeen
Fermilab Education Office, MS 226
Box 500, Batavia, IL 60510
630-840-2031 • mbardeen@fnal.gov

Education - Employment - Professional Experience - Community Experience - Papers and Presentations - Awards


Education

Educational Certification (Mathematics) 1984, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL.

Graduate Student 1963-1966, thirty credits toward a Masters Degree in Computer Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

B.A. Mathematics, 1963, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Undergraduate 1959-1962, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Employment
1995 - present  

Education Office Manager, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL. Responsibilities: to provide effective leadership, guidance, supervision and a quality workplace for the development and delivery of the education programs; to request and manage funds to sustain the Education Office and its programs.

1993 - 1995  

Education Program Manager, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL. Responsibilities: to supervise the design and implementation of Fermilab precollege educational programs: to manage the program of the Science Education Center; to develop grant proposals in conjunction with project Program Committees; to write appropriate reports for the funding agencies.

Feb-Dec 1993  

Deputy Head, Education Office, Superconducting Super Collider, Dallas, TX. Responsibilities: to develop an International Science Education Center; to manage the planning and development process for regional science education programs; to manage program evaluation including arranging outside evaluation; to develop grant proposals in conjunction with project program committees; to write appropriate reports for funding agencies.

1989 - 1993  

Education Program Manager, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL. Responsibilities: to supervise the design and implementation of Fermilab precollege educational programs: to manage the program of the Science Education Center; to develop grant proposals in conjunction with project Program Committees; to write appropriate reports for the funding agencies.

1983 - 1989  

Program Director, Friends of Fermilab (FFLA), Batavia, IL. Responsibilities: to supervise the design and implementation of all FFLA educational programs: to develop grant proposals in conjunction with project Program Committees; to write reports for the funding agencies; to publish reports for the membership.

1983 - 1985  

Director, Summer Institute for Science Teachers at Fermilab, Batavia, IL. Responsibilities: to oversee and evaluate the Institute; to hire the staff; to plan the program; to monitor the budget and appraise expenditures; to write appropriate reports for the funding agencies.

1980 - 1985  

Teacher for the Gifted and Talented at Hadley Junior High School, Glen Ellyn, IL. Responsibilities: to develop and teach interdisciplinary study units; to teach, with librarians and language arts teachers, research skills to all sixth graders; to provide the environment for students to pursue individual projects in a resource room; to sponsor the school newspaper and a student-produced television show; to coordinate mathematics contests.

1975  

Computer Program Director, Crescent Park Elementary School, Palo Alto, CA. Responsibilities: to supervise the operation of the school computer laboratory; to teach programming to qualified 4 - 6 graders.

1967 - 1968  

Programmer, Physics Department, the State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY. Responsibilities: to modify various programs for use at the university.

1963 - 1966  

Research Assistant, University of Minnesota Computer Center, Minneapolis, MN. Responsibilities: to run the main computer at the Center; to help users debug their programs and use the CenterŐs programs, particularly those involving statistical analysis; to write or modify programs.


Professional Experience
2012 - 2013  

Co-Convener Communication, Education and Outreach Group, report entitled Planning the Future of Particle Physics (Snowmass 2013): Chapter 10: Commuication, Education, and Outreach, Fermilab and Minneapolis, MN.

2011 - 2013  

National Physical Society Committee on Informing the Public, College Park, MD.

2010 - 2013  

National Optical Astronomy Observatory EPO Review Committee, Tucson, AZ.

2009 - 2011  

Triangle Coalition Board of Directors, Arlington, VA.

2008 - present  

International Particle Physics Outreach Group, U.S. Representative, Co-Chair 2013 - , Geneva, Switzerland.

2008  

Science Chicago Education Program Advisory Committee, Chicago, IL.

2007 - 2008  

Science of Atoms and Molecules Advisory Board Meeting, Concord Consortium, Concord, MA.

2007  

Yerkes Study Group, University of Chicago, Williams Bay, WI.

2005 - present  

Co-Principal Investigator with M. Subbarao and M. Wilde, I2U2 NSF Grants, Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

2004 - 2009  

Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics External Advisory Board, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.

2002 - 2007  

Application Reviewer, The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program, Arlington, VA.

1999 - 2001  

Illinois State Board of Education Scientific Literacy Grant Advisory Committee, Springfield, IL.

1998 - present  

Co-Principal Investigator with M. Barnett, D. Karmgard, M. Wayne, K. Baker and R. Ruchti QuarkNet NSF Grants and Project Spokesman, Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1998 - 2005  

Museum Partners Group for the Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, IL.

1996 - 2005  

Managing Member for Friends of Fermilab, NCRTEC Consortium, Oak Brook, IL.

1996 - 2001  

Principal Investigator, The Fermilab ARISE Project, Illinois State Board of Education Scientific Literacy Grant, Batavia IL.

1996 - 1998  

Chicago Systemic Initiative Advisory Board, Chicago, IL.

1995 - 1999  

Executive Committee, Chicago Scientific Literacy Network, Chicago, IL.

1995 - 2005  

North Central Regional Educational Laboratory Mathematics and Science Consortium Advisory Board, Oak Brook, IL.

1994 - 1995  

Principal Investigator, FCCSET Summer Teacher Enhancement Program at Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1993 - 2000  

Co-Principal Investigator, NSF Grant #TPE-9253358, National Teacher Enhancement Project, Batavia, IL.

1993  

Principal Investigator, FCCSET Summer Teacher Enhancement Program at the SSC Laboratory, Dallas, TX.

1992  

Moderator, DOE Precollege Particle Physics Instructional Materials Conference, Batavia, IL.

1992  

Steering Committee Chairman, Expanding Your Horizons Conference, Batavia, IL.

1992  

Organizing Committee and Moderator, The Conference for Illinois Teacher-Leaders in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Bloomington, IL.

1991 - present  

Contemporary Physics Education Project, member, Board of Directors, 1992, Berkeley, CA.

1991 - 1994  

DOE Evaluation Task Force, Washington, DC.

1991 - 1993  

Teachers Academy of Science and Mathematics in Chicago Program Advisory Committee, Chicago, IL.

1990 - 1991  

Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy Alliance Council, Aurora, IL.

1989 - 1993  

State of Illinois Science Assessment Advisory Committee, Springfield, IL.

1989  

Chicago Schools: DOE Initiative, Organizing Committee, Chicago, IL.

1989  

U.S. Department of Energy Working Group on Education Program Recommendations, Washington, DC.

1988 - 2001  

U.S. Department of Energy Precollege Program Coordinating Committee, Chairman 1988-1991, Washington, DC.

1988 - 1990  

Dwight D. Eisenhower Program National Steering Committee, Washington, DC.

1988  

INTECH, Competition for Young Scientists and Engineers, Co-Chair with J. Talsma, Aurora, IL.

1987 - 1991  

Principal Investigator, NSF Grant #TPE 8850345 and Program Committee, Summer Institute for Science and Mathematics Teachers, Batavia, IL.

1987 - 1993  

Program Committee, Fermilab Science Education and Visitors' Center, Batavia, IL.

1987 - 1993  

Program Committee, DOE High School Honors Research Program at Fermilab, Project Director 1987-88, Batavia, IL.

1987 - 1989  

DOE National Teacher Enhancement Project Working Group, Co-Chair with V. Baylor, Washington, DC.

1987 - present  

DOE Precollege Program Survey, Washington, DC.

1987 - 1991  

Principal Investigator, NSF Grant #TPE 8751431 and Program Committee, Topics in Modern Physics, Batavia, IL.

1987 - 1988  

Energy Research Advisory Board (ERAB) Panel on DOE Science Education Programs, Washington, DC.

1987  

Moderator, Needs Assessment for Precollege Education Programs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.

1987  

Local Organizing Committee and Presenter Triangle Coalition Midwestern Regional Conference on Local Alliances, Chicago, IL.

1985 - present  

Numerous National Science Foundation review panels for both programs and proposals, Arlington, VA.

1985 - 1986  

Organizing Committee and Moderator, International Conference on Teaching Modern Physics, Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1985 - 1986  

Program Committee, Mathematics Problem Solving Workshop at Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1985  

Fermilab Representative to the Corridor Partnership for Excellence in Education Board of Directors, Aurora, IL.

1984 - 1987  

Program Committee, Junior High School Science Curriculum at Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1983 - 1985  

Program Committee, National Institute for Outstanding Physics Teachers, Aspen, CO.

1983  

Organizing Committee and Moderator, Curriculum Design Workshop for the Illinois Science Academy, a three-year science school for gifted high school students, Batavia, IL.

1983 - 1987  

Program Committee, Summer Institute for Science Teachers at Fermilab, Institute Director, 1983 - 1985; Principal Investigator, NSF Grant # TEI 8470531, 1984 - 1987, Batavia, IL.


Community Experience

1996 - 1998  

Instructional Technology Advisory Group; Community School District #200, Wheaton, IL.

1987 - 1993  

Board of Trustees, College of DuPage; Vice-Chair 1989 - 90, Chair 1990 - 1993 Glen Ellyn, IL.

1983 - 1985  

Secretary, Illinois Association of School Boards, DuPage Division, Lombard, IL.

1983  

DuPage Coalition to Procure a Full Assessment, DuPage County, IL.

1983 - present  

Friends of Fermilab; 1983 - 1996 Vice-President, President, 1996-2008 Batavia, IL.

1982  

Panel Moderator, Illinois Association of School Boards Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

1979 - 1985  

Board of Education, Glenbard Township High School, District 87; President, 1980 - 1985, Glen Ellyn, IL.

1977 - 1979  

Nominating Committee for the School Board, District 41; Chairman 1979, Glen Ellyn, IL.

1977 - 1979  

Co-Founder, Committee for a Better Education, Glen Ellyn, IL.

1977 - 1979  

Secretary, Hadley Junior High School PTA, Glen Ellyn, IL.

1977  

School District 41 Referendum Committee, Glen Ellyn, IL.

1976 - 1978  

Vice-President, NALWO, an organization to welcome foreign visitors to Fermilab, Batavia, IL.

1975  

Chairman, Citizen Advisory Committee, Crescent Park Elementary School, Palo Alto, CA.

1974 - 1975  

Parent Steering Committee, Jordan Junior High School, Palo Alto, CA.

1972 - 1973  

President, Van Auken Elementary School PTA, Palo Alto, CA.

1970 - 1971  

Vice-President, Van Auken Elementary School PTA, Palo Alto, CA.

1969 - 1978  

Classroom aide in mathematics, Palo Alto, CA and Glen Ellyn, IL.

1968 - 1969  

Treasurer, Cooperative Nursery School, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ.


Papers and Presentations

"Engaging Young People with Our Science," 3rd International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics, Cha-nia, Greece, July 2014.

"Particle Physics Outreach for Secondary Education," University of Athens, Athens, Greece, July 2014.

"Data Portfolio: Improving student scientific literacy through access to primary source data and technology," International Conference on High Energy Physics, Valencia, Spain, July 2014.

"Bringing Higgs Bosons into High Schools," American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, IL, February 2014.

"What's Happening at Fermilab? You can run like a proton," Science Education Workshop, Nagoya, Japan, December 2013.

"The CMS Masterclass and Particle Physics Outreach," Kenneth Cecire, Marjorie Bardeen and Thomas McCauley, Fermilab Pub and 2nd International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics, Chania, Greece, July 2013, published online, EPJ Web of Conferences, April 2014.

"Particle Physics Outreach for Secondary Education," with Spencer Pasero, American Physical Society April Meeting, Denver, CO, April 2013.

"The QuarkNet Collaboration," Cosmic Ray Workshop, Tbilisi, Georgia, December 2012.

"30 Years of K-12 Educational Programming at Fermilab (Engaging Students in Our Science)," Becoming Engaged: Initiatives That Can Change Science Education Workshop, Aspen, CO, July 2012.

"Scientific Discovery & Scientific Literacy with LHC Data," American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 2012.

"Opportunities to Learn Scientific Literacy," International Conference on High Energy Physics, Melbourne, Australia, July, 2012.

"Cosmic Rays for High School Students," American Physical Society March Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 2012.

"The QuarkNet Collaboration," Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany, November, 2011.

"Particle Physics Outreach to Secondary Education," Marjorie G. Bardeen, K. Erik Johansson and M. Jean Young, Fermilab Pub and Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science, Vol 61: pp. 149-170, November 2011.

"The Lederman Science Center: Past, Present, Future," Marjorie G. Bardeen, Fermilab Pub and 13th ACATPP Conference on Astroparticle, Particle, Space Physics and Detectors for Physics Applications Pro-ceedings, October 3-7, 2011, Como, Italy, to be published by World Scientific.

"Celebrating 30 Years of K-12 Educational Programming at Fermilab," Marjorie G. Bardeen and Michael Cooke, Fermilab Pub and Proceedings of the DPR-2001 Conference, Providence, RI, August 8-13, 2011, published on the SLAC Electronic Proceedings repository.

"Getting Data to Students," European Particle Physics Outreach Group, Geneva, Switzerland, October, 2009.

"Planning the Lederman Science Center," European Particle Physics Outreach Group, Milan, Italy, April, 2009.

"Teaching & Learning with Particle Physics 'Stuff,'" American Association of Physics Teachers, Chicago, February, 2009.

"Outreach Activities of the U.S. Particle Physics Community," European Particle Physics Outreach Group, Prague, Czech Republic, April, 2008.

"E&O at Fermilab: Ideas from the Field," Canadian Association of Physics Annual Congress, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, June, 19, 2007.

"International Student Collaboration," Cosmic Ray Workshop associated with the 2007 International Linear Collider Workshop, Hamburg, Germany, May 31, 2007.

"The QuarkNet Collaboration," Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter, Santa Fe, NM, April, 2007.

"Teaching and Learning with the Open Science Grid," MAGPI Math Science Virtual Forum, April 5, 2007.

"Getting to Know You: Lessons from the Field," LIGO Science Education Center Opening, Livingston, LA, November 13, 2006.

"QuarkNet Postcards," American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields Outreach Session, Honolulu, HI, October 20, 2006.

"Lederman Science Center," DOE Museum Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, June 15, 2006.

"Teaching and Learning with the Open Science Grid," TeraGrid '06, Indianapolis, IN, June 12.

"K-12 Education and Outreach," DUSEL Homestake Lab Workshop, Lead, SD, February 10, 2006.

"Broader Impacts of the International Linear Collider," M. Bardeen and R. Ruchti, 2005 A:CPG & ILC Workshops, Snowmass, U.S.A. (www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/snowmass05/proceedings/proc/papers/PLEN0034.PDF).

"The QuarkNet/Grid Collaborative Learning e-Lab," Marjorie Bardeen, Eric Gilbert, Thomas Jordan, Paul Nepywoda, Elizabeth Quigg, Mike Wilde and Yong Zhao, Fermilab Preprint and Collaborative and Learning Applications of Grid Technology and Grid Education Conference Proceedings, Summer 2005. (www-spires.fnal.gov/spires/find/hep?key=6090559).

"High School Students in the Summer: Everything You Wanted to Know, but . . . .," University of Texas, Brownsville, March 29, 2005.

"I didn't know Hallmark did Engineer's Day," Fermilab, February 21, 2005.

"Education Opportunities at a Lab," DUSEL Workshop, Boulder, CO, January 6, 2005.

"Physics First, The vision . . . and a passion . . . of Leon Lederman," American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Seattle WA February 12, 2004.

"Transforming Education: Researching the Potential of the Grid," World Summit on the Information Society, ICT for Development Platform, Geneva, Switzerland, December 10-12, 2003.

"QuarkNet Cosmic Ray Studies and the Grid," Open Science Grid Meeting, National Science Foundation, Arlington VA, September 17, 2003.

"Partnerships between Scientists and Educators - A Vital Ingredient in Science Education Reform," Science Literacy for the 21st Century, Prometheus Books, October 2002.

"Web-based Prairie Units and Resources," with W. Fraccaro, B. Jokiel and E. Quigg, 12th Northern Illinois Prairie Workshop, Glen Ellyn, IL, March 10, 2001.

"Web-based Prairie Units and Resources," with W. Fraccaro, B. Jokiel and E. Quigg, Prairie Enthusiasts 13th Annual Banquet and Prairie Conference, Eau Claire, WI, March 3, 2001.

"Scientists Involvement in Fermilab Education Programs," NASA Space Science Education and Public Outreach in the Midwest: Focus on Involvement of Research Scientists, Chicago, IL, January 27, 2001.

"Caught in the QuarkNet," with R. Michael Barnett, Kenneth W. Cecire and Thomas A. Jordan, CERN Courier, Vol 40, No. 1, January/Feburary 2000, Article 18 of 24 (http://cerncourier.com/main/article/40/1/18/1).

"Physics First? Redesigning the Science Curriculum for High School," panel presentation, Great Minds Program, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, April 8, 1999.

"Coherence in Science Education," with L. Lederman, Science, Vol. 281, July 10, 1998, pp. 177-78.

"The Fermilab Program for Science and Mathematics Education of Youth," with L. Lederman, University-Community Collaborations for the Twenty-First Century Outreach Scholarship for youth and Families, Garland Publishing, 1998.

"Prescriptions for the Gap: Cooperative Government, Industry and University Programs," a panel presentation at the American Society for Engineering Education, Toledo, OH, June 23, 1992.

"Bringing the Frontiers of Science to the Middle School Classroom: Physical Sciences, " a panel presentation at the NSTA National Convention, Boston, MA, March 26, 1992.

"Particle Physicists, Teachers and Science Education Reform," Beamline Fall, 1991.

"Collaboration of the Particle Physicists in Science Education Reform," Ohio Section APS and Southern Ohio Section of AAPT Fall Joint Meeting, Dayton, OH, October 12, 1991.

"Setting the Tone of Diversity: The Role of the Trustee," a panel presentation at the Conference on Building Leaders Who Value Diversity, Deerfield, IL, September 27, 1991.

"Collaboration of the Particle Physicists in Science Education Reform," APS Division of Condensed Matter Physics Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, March 19, 1991.

"Education Programs at DOE National Laboratories: Benefits to Students and Teachers," Third International Industrial Symposium on the Super Collider, Atlanta, GA, March 14, 1991.

"Fermilab's Education Program," Congressman Harris W. Fawell's Elementary and Secondary Education Advisory Committee, Westmont, IL, January 26, 1991.

"Beauty and Charm at Fermilab: An Introduction to Particle Physics for Junior High School Students," APS/AAPT Meeting, San Antonio, TX, January 21, 1991.

"1990 Summer Precollege Education Programs," Fermilab Report, September/December 1990.

"Fermilab Science Education Programs," Curriculum Directors of DuPage County, Batavia, IL, December 7, 1990.

"Strategies for Recruiting Female Students," a panel presentation at the Department of Energy Review of Laboratory Programs for Women, Argonne, IL, November 16, 1990.

"Encouraging Girls to Study Mathematics and Science," Elmhurst Branch American Association of University Women, Elmhurst, IL, October 4, 1989.

"Friends of Fermilab," ISTA SPECTRUM, Spring/Summer 1989

Testimony, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology, Subcommittee on Energy, Research and Development, Chattanooga, TN, May 15, 1989.

Testimony, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology, Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology, Washington, DC, March 9, 1989.

"Beauty and Charm at Fermilab: An Introduction to Particle Physics for Junior High School Students," Fermilab Report, January/February, 1989.

"Beauty and Charm at Fermilab: Introduction to Particle Physics for Junior High School Students," American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, January 16, 1989.

"DOE Precollege Education Programs," Fifth National Title II Conference on Mathematics-Science-Computer Learning-Foreign Languages: Focusing on New Legislation and State Leadership Washington D.C., November 28, 1988.

"1988 Survey of DOE Precollege Education Programs," Department of Energy 1988 Meeting of the Science Education Directors, Washington, DC, November 21, 1988.

"Department of Energy Precollege Education Programs," part of a "Potpourri of Science, Mathematics and Technology Activities for Local Alliances," Fifth National Symposium on Partnerships in Education, Washington DC, November 19, 1988.

"Developing Area Alliances to Promote Chemical Education," Illinois Association of Chemical Teachers, Normal, Illinois, October 28, 1988.

Radio Interview, DOE High School Honors Research Program, WGN, Batavia, IL, June, 1988.

"Five Years of Programs at FFLA," Friends of Fermilab Annual Meeting, Batavia, IL, May 17, 1988.

"Beauty and Charm at Fermilab," DOE Laboratory/University Cooperative Program Annual Meeting, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, November, 1987.

"Fermilab Education Programs," Networks in Physics Education, Mini-Course on the Teaching of Modern Physics, Mexico City, Mexico, July, 1987.

Radio Interview, DOE High School Honors Research Program, WBEZ, Batavia, IL, June, 1987.

"Saturday Morning Physics," Fermilab Report, October, 1986, with B. Grannis and D. Jovanovic.

"How We Set Up a Comprehensive Computer Program in All Four of Our High Schools—in Three Years," National School Board Convention, Anaheim, CA, March, 1985, with M. Cox, D. Guerin, and J. Westover.

"Educational Programs at Fermilab Sponsored by Friends of Fermilab," Conference on the Role of National Laboratories in Precollege Education, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne IL, September, 1984.

Testimony for Friends of Fermilab before the Illinois Commission on the Improvement of Elementary and Secondary Education, Glen Ellyn, IL, August, 1984.

"Educational Programs at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory," Illinois State Board of Education Science Literacy Task Force, Springfield, IL, May 1984.

"Summer Institute for Science Teachers at Fermilab," National Science Foundation Conference on Teacher Training Workshops, Washington, DC, May 1984.

"Illinois Science Academy," American Physical Society and American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, February, 1984.

"An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Research Skills," National Conference of Middle Schools, Chicago, IL, November 1983, with E. Baxter and N. Hoofnagle.

"Summer Institute for Science Teachers," Fermilab Report, November, 1983, co-authored with M. Cox, C. Hill and S. Jovanovic.

"The Impact of Legislation on the Role of Local School Boards," Illinois Division of the American Association of University Women Fall Conference, St. Charles, IL, September 1983.

Radio Interview, Summer Institute For Science Teachers, Aurora, IL, July, 1983.

"National Study of Graduation Requirements," for the Glenbard Township High School Board of Education, April, 1977, co-authored with L. Mimeault, E. Seaton, C. Vaughn, B. Warner and S. Zaylor.

Survey: Educational Needs Assessment, Van Auken Elementary School, September, 1973, co-authored with M. Gex and K. Mellima.


Awards

AAAS Fellow, 2009.

Max Beberman Distinguished Alumni Award, University High School, Urbana, IL, 1990.

Outstanding Woman Leader of DuPage County in Education West Suburban YWCA, 1989.

"Those Who Excel," Illinois State Board of Education, 1984.