I am dedicated to creating an accessible, equitable and engaging curriculum for all my students. My approach combines rigor in biological knowledge, active learning, and anti-oppressive practices in the classroom and beyond.
State University of New York, Albany
–Biology 201: Introduction to Biological Investigations I (lab)
–Biology 202Z: Introduction to Biological Investigations 2 (lab & writing intensive)
–Biology 321: Ecology (with lab)
–Biology 240: Biostatistics for Life Scientists
–Biology 361: Biodiversity of Parasites
I am excited to share a small collection of final science communication projects from my Spring 2021 Biology 361 students below. Davidson College students in this discussion-based, upper-level class were asked to compile an easy-to-use and creative “Ecologist’s Guide to Parasites”.