Teaching Experience

COURSES TAUGHT

Marine Ecology, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (Instructor)

Consequences of Ocean Acidification for Marine Ecosystems, Bodega Marine Laboratory (Course organizer)

Mechanical Design in Organisms, Bodega Marine Laboratory (TA)

Coastal Marine Research, Bodega Marine Laboratory (TA)

Introduction to Ecology, University of California Davis (TA, led discussion sections)

Marine Ecology, University of California Davis (TA, led discussion sections)

Biological Principles I Laboratory, California State University Northridge (Instructor)

Introduction to Biology Laboratory, California State University Northridge (Instructor)

Nature Conservation, Dalhousie University (TA)

Physiology of Marine Animals, Dalhousie University (TA)

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008-2009

National Science Foundation Graduate Student STEM Fellows in K-12 Education (GK-12), Taught in 2 chemistry classes at Tomales High School

with highschool boys
On the Sonoma County coast with students from Analy High School.

GUEST LECTURES

Impacts of ocean acidification on shellfish, Estuarine Ecology, Oregon State University

Ocean acidification and climate change, Marine Ecology, Oregon State University

Human impacts on estuaries, Estuarine Ecology, Oregon State University

Ocean acidification and climate change, Marine Ecology, Oregon State University

What we can learn from Ocean Acidification lab experiments, Special Topics in Marine Biogeochemistry, University of California Santa Cruz

Effects of ocean acidification on oysters, Oceanography, University of California Davis

Ocean acidification: consequences to marine life, California Biodiversity and Rapid Environmental Change, University of California Davis

The scientific method: experimental design, Coastal Marine Research, Bodega Marine Laboratory

Trophic cascades in marine subtidal communities, Life in the Sea, California State University Northridge