Emory University / Department of Environmental Sciences / 400 Dowman Dr. Atlanta, GA 30322 / 5th floor Suite E530 

Teaching

Current courses

 

  Undergraduate-only courses

Instructor “Environmental Change & Health”. ENVS140 (Fall 2019). Course developer and only instructor.

Instructor. “Living in the Anthropocene”. ENVS120 (Fall 2017). Course developer and only instructor.

Instructor. “Research Design and Methods in Environmental Studies”. ENVS460 (Fall semester, 2013-2014). Co-developed and taught with Eri Saikawa (ENVS).

Instructor. “Introduction to Undergraduate Research”. ENVS299, ENVS399, ENVS499. Involves undergraduate students in hands-on mentored research (see Student Mentoring for list of mentees by year).

 

 

  Cross-listed undergraduate and graduate courses

Instructor. “Spatial Analysis in Disease Ecology”. ENVS483 – ENVS583 - EH 583. (Spring semester, 2009-present with exception of Spring 2017). Course developer and main instructor (lab assistant, Julie Clennon, RSPH). Cross-listed with Environmental Health (RSPH) and graduate section for ENVS MSc program.

Instructor. “Urban Ecology and Development”. ENVS459-ENVS559-MDP520 (Spring semester, 2014-2016, even years thereafter). Course developer and only instructor. Cross-listed with the Masters in Development Practice (MDP) and graduate section for ENVS MSc program.

Instructor. “Population Ecology”. ENVS385-ENVS585 (Spring 2017, odd years thereafter). Course developer and only instructor. Graduate section for ENVS MSc program.


  Faculty Mentor for SIRE

Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory (SIRE) is a great program that funds undergraduate students interested in pursuing independent research.

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  Faculty Mentor for SURE

Summer Undergraduate Research at Emory (SURE) is a great program that funds undergraduate students interested in pursuing independent research during the summer.