TEACHING

Evolution students discuss Gould and Lewontin's Spandrels of San Marcos in the outdoor classroom

Since starting at Georgia Southern in January 2017 I have taught several courses. The goal is always to provide intellectually stimulating lectures, relevant experiences that help connect the material to students' lives outside of school, and opportunities to learn material in a variety of ways. I also look forward to introducing students to the natural history of the Georgia Coastal Plain. Click on the courses below to learn more about each. 

An introductory biology course providing a basic understanding and appreciation of biology for students majoring in other subjects

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A sophomore level lecture-only course providing the basic principles of physiology and science communication through synthesis of a blog post on a physiological topic

An upper level lecture-only course providing an understanding of how evolution is studied and quantified, with a focus on public understanding of concepts in evolution

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An upper level lecture and lab course focusing on evolutionary transitions in vertebrate form and function

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An upper level lecture and lab course about how animals work, using animal models native to the GA coastal plain.

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A graduate seminar on communicating science beyond our typical academic audiences

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All use of vertebrate animals is approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at the institution where the work was completed.

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