Greg Anderson – Biology AI

Greg Anderson

On Isabella in the Galapagos, Short Term 2013.

On Isabella in the Galapagos, Short Term 2013.

Gregory J. Anderson



Assistant in Instruction

Carnegie Science Hall







University of Washington BS ’78, MS ’82 in Fisheries Science

Office Hours: Usually best to email ahead for an appointment. Otherwise, I maintain an open door policy for office hours – if I’m in my office, you are welcome to drop in.  Weekly Schedule.

My professional interests focus on biology laboratory education and the development of inquiry-based teaching methods and scientific writing training for introductory and core-level courses. I routinely teach labs in Bio 190 (Organismal Biology), Bio 242 (Cellular and Molecular Biology), Bio 270 (Ecology and Evolution), and Bio s34 (Electron Microscopy). I also function as the scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS) technician, and provide individual tutorials and course-based training (Bio s34 and Geo 223) in the use of the SEM/EDS systems.

In addition to our teaching responsibilities,  in collaboration with Carolyn Lawson, AI,  we hire and supervise most of our Teaching Assistants and Technical Writing Assistants for the Biology core courses

My background training was primarily in invertebrate zoology and marine invertebrate fisheries aquaculture and management.

Personal Webpages | TA/TWA ApplicationBio 190  | Bio 242  |  Bio 270 | SEM/EDS Lab