Courses Taught

Instructor: Fall 2015-2016 - BIOL497 - Science Outreach and Communication Syllabus

Course Description: As a practical course, Biol 497 gives students the skills and experience to communicate science effectively and design outreach activities based around their own research interests. Students communicate scientific knowledge to audiences of different ages and backgrounds, craft lesson plans to maximize the impact of outreach, coordinate with community and academic partners, incorporate outreach objectives into grants, and reach broader audiences through the press and social media. This course provides students with the opportunity to integrate research with novel skillsets to develop original outreach programs and grow their confidence and experience in presenting complex science to diverse audiences.

 

Teaching Assistant: Fall 2011-2016  (Senior TA 2015-2016) BIOL110- Basic Concepts and Biodiversity 

Course Description:

Mentorship

Madison Taylor 2015-present  Biology Major working on her Schreyer Honors College Senior Thesis

Madison Taylor 2015-present  Biology Major working on her Schreyer Honors College Senior Thesis

Priyanka Solanki  (2014-2016), B.S. Biology : Schreyer Honors College Senior Thesis 

Priyanka Solanki  (2014-2016), B.S. Biology : Schreyer Honors College Senior Thesis 

Erik Nuschke (2013-2015),  Lab and Field Assistant,  B.S. Biology

Erik Nuschke (2013-2015),  Lab and Field Assistant,  B.S. Biology

Andrew Cecere (2011-2013) Aquarium Expert and Lab Assistant        B.S. Environmental Resource Management Current position: Research Technologist Miyashiro Lab

Andrew Cecere (2011-2013) Aquarium Expert and Lab Assistant        B.S. Environmental Resource Management

Current position: Research Technologist Miyashiro Lab