I'm the coordinator of undergraduate initiatives in the Department of Biology Teaching and Learning.
Since January of 2011.
Each July, I get to spend many beautiful days and nights at the Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories in Itasca State Park with the one-of-a-kind Nature of Life crew and approximately 6,294 mosquitoes.
CBS is a unique college with some seriously formidable pride and spirit. It is a joy to work with CBS students of all class years who are driven and forward-thinking about their own futures and invested in the CBS community as a whole. From Nature of Life-Itasca to the Guilds and the Biology Saves the World Challenge to our first-ever offering of the sophomore Nature of Life course, CBS is on the move. I am inspired and honored to be part of a college that supports undergraduate education with such dedication and innovation.
In my free time, I enjoy exploring the Twin Cities and teaching my semi-old dog, Grover, new tricks. Until there is snow on the ground, we can be spotted around Lake Nokomis practicing his impressive new leash-walking skills.