Teaching

Instructor

2019-2020       Visiting Assistant Professor – Bates College, Lewiston, ME

  • Fall: Bio 195A – Laboratory-Based Biological Inquiry: Marine Biology in a Changing Ocean (2 sections)
  • Winter (anticipated): Ecology and Evolution Lecture and Labs (Bio 270)
  • Short Term (anticipated): Marine Ecology from Coast to Coast (Bio s3X)

2018-2019         Visiting Assistant Professor – Bates College, Lewiston, ME

  • Fall: Marine Science (BiGe 113)
  • Winter: Marine Science (BiGe 113), Marine Ecology (Bio 313), Ecology and Evolution Lab (Bio 270)
  • Short Term: Ecology and Natural History of the Maine Coast (Bio s30)

2018 (Summer)  Lecturer, Foundations in Ecology (Biol 356) – University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2018, 2019 (May, June)  Visiting Instructor, Marine Ecology Field Course – National Institute of Biology – Marine Biology Station, Piran, Slovenia

2018 (Spring)  Lecturer, Marine Ecology (Biol 433) – University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2018, 2019 (April-May)  Instructor, Marine Conservation Biology (Biol 5527) – Three Seas, Northeastern University, Friday Harbor, WA

2017-2018 (Fall, Winter)   Lecturer and Mentored Teaching Postdoc, Introductory Biology (Biol 180) – University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2017 (August)  Guest Field Instructor, Invertebrate Biology Field Course (Swarthmore College) – Friday Harbor Labs, Friday Harbor, WA

2017, 2018 (June)  Visiting Instructor, Marine Ecology Field Course, National Institute of Biology – Marine Biology Station, Piran, Slovenia

2016 (Autumn)  Instructor, Marine Biology (Biol/Fish/Ocean 250), Friday Harbor Labs, Friday Harbor, WA

2015 (Autumn) Instructor, Foundations in Ecology (Biol 356), University of Washington, Seattle, WA

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

2010-2017 Teaching Assistant, University of Washington

Introductory Courses: Molecular and Cellular Biology, Physiology (3 quarters)

Advanced Courses: Foundations in Ecology (7 quarters), Foundations in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Marine Botany (3 quarters), Marine Invertebrate Zoology (2 quarters)

Graduate Course: Marine Algae (2 quarters)

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