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Published/in press articles and book chapters
Richmond, G., Parker, J., and Anderson, C.W. (In press.) Using evidence from research to re-conceptualize and restructure undergraduate science and science teacher education. Submitted book chapter.
Richmond, G. (In press.) Leadership and social networking: What community-based learning can teach us about organizational support of research and policy work in equity and diversity. Book chapter in Equity and Diversity Research in Science Education,, to be published by Springer-Verlag.

Richmond, G. and Manokore, V. (2011.) Identifying elements critical for functional and sustainable professional learning communities. Science Education.

Richmond, G., Steele, M., and Juzwik, M. (2011). Trajectories of teacher identity development across contexts. Teachers College Record, 113(9), http://www.tcrecord.org/ID Number 16177

Richmond, G., Merritt, B., Parker, J., Urban-Lurain, M. (2010). The development of a conceptual framework and tools to assess undergraduates' principled use of models in cellular biology. Cell Biology Education: Life Sciences Education, in press.

Richmond, G. and Passmore, C. (2009). Science teacher transformation through collaborative inquiry: Evidence for the role of context, community, and identity. Paper in Proceedings of Research on Supported Collaborative Teacher Inquiry Conference, 26-28 May, University of Washington, Vancouver, Stevenson, WA.

Grindstaff, K. and Richmond, G. (2008). Learners’ perceptions of the role of peers in a research experience: Implications for the apprenticeship process, scientific inquiry, and collaborative work. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 45(2), 251-271.

Parker, J., Anderson, C., Merrill, J., Heidemann, M., Long, T., Merritt, B., Richmond, G., Sibley, D., Urban-Lurain, M., and Wilson, C. (2007). Where has all the carbon gone? A thought paper on frameworks for assessing biology understanding. Proceedings of the Conceptual Assessment in Biology Conference, Boulder, CO.

Richmond, G., Sibley, D., Urban-Lurain, M., and Wilson, C. (2007). Where has all the carbon gone? A thought paper on frameworks for assessing biology understanding. Proceedings of the Conceptual Assessment in Biology Conference, Boulder, CO.

Wilson, C., Anderson, C., Heidemann, M., Merrill, J., Merritt, B., Sibley, D., Richmond, G., and Parker. J. (2006). Assessing students’ ability to trace matter in dynamic systems in cell biology. CBE Life Science Education, 323-331.

Wilson, C.D., Anderson, C.W., Heidemann, M., Long, T., Merrill, J.E., Merritt, B.W., Richmond, G., Sibley, D.F., Urban-Lurain, M., & Parker, J.M. (2006). Tracing matter and energy through biological and geological systems: Fundamental problems of students’ understanding. ASA Conference Proceedings. October 19 – 21, Washington, DC.