Laboratory Coordinator: I hire, train and supervise laboratory instructors for non-majors biology courses such as Human Biology and Evolution and Biology of Sex. I also collaborate with lecture instructors, laboratory technicians, and laboratory instructors to develop, implement, and assess laboratory activities. My goal is to build students' analytical and reasoning skills as they move toward designing and evaluating their own experiments.
Course Instructor: As an instructor, I align explicit course objectives with activities and assessments to maximize student learning gains. One of my particular interests is effectively using student-centered, active learning strategies in large enrollment classes. I currently teaching Human Biology and Ethical Issues.
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