Jordan Hay

Profile

  • Organization
    Jordan O. Hay, Ph.D.

  • Employment Status
    (not set)

  • Role
    Scientist Mentor: I will mentor teams of students online

  • Research Interests (300 words)
    My research interests have centered on quantitative analysis of plant growth and development.

  • Do you have previous experience in mentorship or educational outreach? Please list here (200 words)
    I have served as a mentor for PlantingScience, undergraduate biology students, and undergraduate interns doing summer research programs sponsored by the Department of Energy.

  • Which of the following best describes your career stage?
    Ph.D.

  • Profile Question 1
    What is your favorite plant? Why?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 1 here (300 words):
    One of my favorite plants is rice because rice is life for so many people all over the world.

  • Profile Question 2
    What is the coolest thing you have discovered or learned about plants?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 2 here (300 words):
    Plants are dynamic. It is often hard to see but plants are growing and moving all around. Plants are also very important -- how we breathe and eat are a few good examples of our dependence on plants.

  • Profile Question 3
    What lessons have you learned in your career about how science works?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 3 here (300 words):
    Science is exciting and fun. Science is challenging. It is an iterative process. Even the most carefully planned experiments are usually refined at some point.

  • Help represent the outreach efforts of your societies. Please click all those organizations you are a member of:
    (not set)

  • How did you hear about PlantingScience?
    Presentation at a Conference

  • Availability
    I am currently available for mentoring, please send me team match invitations

  • Preferred Student Level(s)
    Middle School Students (Grades 6,7,8)
    High School Students (Grades 9,10,11,12)
    Undergraduate Students

  • Preferred Investigation Themes
    The Wonder of Seeds (seed germination and growth)
    The Power of Sunlight (photosynthesis and respiration)
    What about Pollen? (pollen and pollination)
    Celery Challenge (plant anatomy, osmosis and diffusion)
    Foundations of Genetics (traits, variation and environment in rapidly cycling Brassica)
    Genetics in Arabidopsis (investigation with a model species to track transmission of traits)
    C-Fern in the Open (sexual reproduction, alternation of generations)
    Agronomy Feeds the World (where does food come from?)
    Plants Get Sick, Too!
    Tree-mendous Trees

  • Challenge, ELL, Honors
    Academically Challenged
    ELL - English language learners
    Honors or AP - Advanced Placement

  • In addition to English, I am comfortable communicating with students in the following languages:
    (not set)

  • Videoconference Ability
    Yes

Recent Posts

gpslongfall2022 project 4 Jordan Hay

Hello PlantingScientists. How are you doing? Will you be filling in your project information above?

gpslongfall2022 project 4 Jordan Hay

Wow PlantingScientists! You have been doing some great research. Nice work. How do your observations relate to celery anatomy and the process of water transport in plants?

gpslongfall2022 project 4 Jordan Hay

That's great PlantingScientists! Do you have a hypothesis? And what kind of tests will you do after a few days?

Skills & Endorsements

  • Challenges Student Thinking
    Eleanore Ritter
  • Encouraging
    Eleanore Ritter
  • Experienced
    Eleanore Ritter
  • Knowledgeable
    Eleanore Ritter
  • Responsive
    Eleanore Ritter

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