Specialty: Biological Sciences
|Dept:||Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences|
- M.S., Biological Sciences, Central Michigan University, 2008.
- B.S., Biological Sciences, Central Washington University, 2006.
In graduate school, I studied the habitat use of larval fishes in the Detroit River (a connecting channel between Lake Huron and Lake Erie). I am not currently doing research.
I primarily teach TESC 120 (Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, and Biodiversity), TESC 434 (Biology, History, and Politics of Salmon...), TESC 110 (General Biology), and a Core class about urbanization and aquatic ecosystems.
I occasionally volunteer with the Foss Waterway Seaport (FWS). Many of my students also work with FWS.
Julie Miller and I are currently working with Washington State Parks to provide UWT students with internship opportunities that will ultimately improve several local parks.