ENV 101 - Introduction to Environmental Science
During Summer 2019, I taught my first "express" course, where I met in person with students 4 days a week, 2 hours a day. This set-up allowed for multiple field trips including a local nature park, the Truckee Meadows Water Authority, and the Recycling Center. Since I had materials prepared from teaching full length semesters of Environmental Science in the past, I was able to create a course packet for us to work through during our lecture periods. These course materials are available to be used and modified by individual professors for free at fosteringinquiry.com
NRES/GEOG 400 - International Issues in Water Development
NRES 421 - Conservation Biology
On-site Supervisor for Internship Credits
Students who are ambitious and driven to take on a new skill can be a part of my on-going research. These opportunities are mutually beneficial as working with students increases the amount and rate of data processing and analysis while providing students with meaningful ways to improve their confidence and abilities as a scientist. Credits that I have supervised at UNR are NRES 416 – Internship, ENV 290 – Internship in Environmental Studies, and NRES 480 – Independent Study. If you want to learn more about these opportunities to join the project, please visit my mentorship page. I encourage students to take on projects of their own based off of topics they are most passionate about.