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My teaching responsibilities for the School of Biological Sciences include General Genetics (Biol/Mbios 301), Introduction to Population Genetics (Biol 519), Seminar in Mathematical Biology (Biol 494/Math 494), and Mathematical Genetics (Biol 566/Math 563). I also teach a course in the Honors College called “Science Thinking” (Honors 290). I will post course information here as it becomes available, so be sure to keep your browser fresh.

### Current Courses (Spring 2021)

- Science as a Way of Knowing (Honors 290) – spring 2021

#### Some Courses Taught Previously

- Mathematical Genetics (BIOLOGY 566/MATH 563) – fall 2019
- General Genetics (BIOLOGY 301/MBIOS 301)- spring 2017
- Independent Study in Mathematical Biology (BIOLOGY 499)- spring 2017
- Introduction to Population Genetics (BIOLOGY 519) – fall 2016
- Seminar in Mathematical Biology (BIOLOGY 494/MATH 494) – spring 2013
- Advanced Topics: A Biologist’s Guide to Mathematical Modeling (BIOLOGY 589) – fall 2016