Greg Anderson – Biology AI
- 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. My weekly schedule is usually posted on my personal webpage.
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. My background is primarily in invertebrate zoology and marine invertebrate fisheries aquaculture and management.
To learn about other aspects of my life, please see my personal webpages.