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Professor of Biology and Chair of the Biology Department Education
B.S., Nasson College
Ph.D., Rutgers University
Office Location: Blocker 7
I am a microbiologist by degree. I also teach: genetics, cell and molecular biology and a senior class on fermentation. I have maintained the VWC worm farm for many years, using scraps from the dining hall to produce quality vermicompost. My research interests are varied. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
A Way with Worms
Fuller, C.A., Rock, P., Philips, T.J. 2003. Behavior, Color Changes and Predation Risk Induced by Acanthocephalan Parasitism in theCaribbean Termite
Nasutitermes acajutlae, Caribbean Journal of Science 39: (1):128-135.
I dapple in microbiology, genetics, vermicomposting and fermentation science.
My office hours vary by semester. Please contact me at 455 3382 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, should you wish to meet with me.
This represents a sample of recent courses taught by this professor. For the most current course information, consult WebAdvisor "Search for Courses". Spring BIO311*01 Genetics BIO311*01 Genetics BIO460*01 Zymurgy: Sci of Fermentation BIO489*03 Research in Natural Sciences BIO470*01 Intrnshp in Natural Sciences Summer BIO470*01 TU: Internship in Natural Sci Fall BIO311*01 Genetics BIO489*02 Research in Natural Sciences BIO131*05 Prin of Bio I: Evol & Ecology BIO470*01 Intrnshp in Natural Sciences BIO131*09 Prin of Bio I: Evol & Ecology
BIO420*01 Cell and Molecular Biology