I have developed a number of online classes for undergraduate and graduate students. I enjoy teaching quantitative topics to students interested in population ecology, general ecology, evolutionary biology, wildlife management, conservation, data management, programming, and statistics.
I also enjoy teaching in the classroom; I am currently teaching "Design of Fish and Wildlife studies", a 300-level undergraduate class.
The course covers philosophy and history of science, application of the scientific method in ecological research, preparation of research proposals, experimental design, data collection/analysis, scientific writing and scientific communication. These skills underpin modern natural resource management and related fields, and will increase competitiveness for those seeking careers in biological conservation, fish and wildlife management, as well as ecology.
In-Classroom Instruction (~ 50 students)
Past Online Instruction (class size ranged from 15 to 25 students)