Teaches courses in human anatomy and physiology, vertebrate biology, and biological literature.
Teaches topics ranging from plant and animal anatomy and physiology to population and community ecology.
As the Lab Coordinator, Amy procures materials needed for each lab, manages all biology laboratories, and teaches introductory biology courses.
Dr. Halfhill is continuing his interest in the expression of transgene marker technologies, and is currently involved in the development of transgenic systems for educational purposes.
Teaches introductory biology as well as cell & molecular biology.
Teaches courses in human anatomy and physiology as well as a course on the biology and culture of the French Alps. He also directs the department’s program in cadaver dissection.
Dr. Mackey teaches Introductory Microbiology and mentors undergraduate students performing independent research projects associated with bacteria.
Visiting Assistant Professor in Biology
Dr. Peters teaches several classes in Anatomy and Physiology, a non-majors course focusing on humans and disease, and a major course focusing on animal and plant structure and function.
Teaches courses in human anatomy and physiology.
Teaches General Biology and Anatomy and Physiology courses.
Dr. Vitalini teaches courses in introductory biology, human genetics, and microbiology. Outside of class, he mentors students in a range of independent research projects related to micrbiology.
Teaches a wide array of invertebrate zoology and environmental sciences courses. She is pursuing board certification in entomology and is completing certification in teaching excellence.
Teaches general biology and evolutionary biology