This page is meant for WSU students to have an idea of the courses which I will be teaching every semester, to help them plan their schedule. These are the courses I teach:
BI 140 Organismal Biology: 1-3 sections every semester as a DAY course and NIGHT course, every Summer I session.
BI 203 Genetics: 1-3 sections every semester as a DAY course, Fall as a NIGHT course, and every Summer I session.
BI 101 Concepts in Biology: 1 section in the Winter session, and 1 section in the Summer I session.
BI 120 Darwinian Revolution: 1 section in the Winter session, and 1 section in the Summer II session.
BI 130 / BI 430 Field Biology: 1 section in the Spring Semester (NIGHT course with a field experience the in the Dominican Republic over Spring Break), and every other summer as a Summer II class.
Upper-level electives: Every other year I teach an upper-level elective, usually BI302 Entomology or BI301 Invertebrate Zoology.
Graduate Courses: Every other other I teach a graduate course in the Summer I session, usually related to molecular phylogenetics, and computer programming for Biologists, under BI980 Special Topics.
Every semester I supervise various internship experiences, Independent Studies courses for Biology majors, and undergraduate and graduate projects.
Looking for the online course files? WSU students can access all the course files here. Access is free to all WSU students. The free enrollment keys are posted on the course syllabus, available the first day of classes or in Blackboard a few weeks before the start of every semester. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any trouble accessing the files, and I’ll send you a free enrollment key by email.