225A Wilson Hall
B.S., Cornell University
M.S., University of California San Diego
Ph.D., Dartmouth College
Joined Westfield State University in 1996
Philosophy: I enjoy teaching immensely and consider teaching to be the most important and stimulating component of an academic career. My central professional goal is to teach challenging, enthusiastic and accessible biology courses in an environment that is both supportive and encouraging to students. I feel that it is important for students to gain an understanding and appreciation of important biological concepts and to develop the critical thinking skills necessary to evaluate current biological issues and environmental problems.
Course Location Time
BIOL 201 Lecture (Ecology) W 225 MWF 10:25-11:15 a.m.
BIOL 201 Lab (Ecology) W 225 M 12:35-3:35 p.m.
BIOL 202 Lecture (Conservation Biology) W 225 MWF 9:20-10:10 a.m.
BIOL 202 Lab (Conservation Biology) W 225 W 12:35-3:35 p.m.
M and W 11:20-12:15, M, W and F 8:30-9:00 or by appointment
BIOL 102: Environmental Biology
BIOL 201: General Ecology
BIOL 202: Conservation Biology
BIOL 280-289: Biology Seminar
BIOL 334: Animal Behavior
BIOL 388: Biology Internship
BIOL 399: Independent Studies