Dr. Ann Rougvie, professor of Genetics, Cell biology & Development, has been an outstanding contributor to undergraduate education in the College of Biological Sciences for nearly three decades. CBS recently awarded her the Stanley Dagley-Samuel Kirkwood Undergraduate Education Award in 2020 for exceptional contributions to undergraduate education in CBS.
Dr. Rougvie teaches three courses at the University: Biology 1101 (Genetics and Society); Genetics, Cell Biology and Development 4161 (Developmental Biology) and Genetics, Cell Biology and Development 4025 (Cell and Developmental Biology Lab). Here are what some of her students said about her teaching impact in her nomination form
Beyond the classroom, Dr. Rougvie has been named the GCD Faculty Marshall at the College’s commencement ceremony from 2016-2019 and has received numerous Golden Pipette Award nominations over the years from undergraduates in CBS. Outside the classroom, Dr. Rougvie has mentored over 46 undergraduates in research projects in her lab, several of whom have gone onto professional schools, graduate school, and careers in research and or teaching.