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2007

Science and Mathematics Education

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The Translator Between Two Extremes, Shaun Davis Feb 2007

The Translator Between Two Extremes, Shaun Davis

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While teaching at Lake Forest College for 14 years, Professor Ann Maine has certainly made a name for herself. Offering courses for both science intensive and non-science students, she has taken the position of an intermediary, teaching the two extremes of an audience. Being able to feel the passion she has for teaching makes any biology course interesting. Her expertise in a constantly changing environment allows her the freedom to teach what she loves.


Studying Biology At A Liberal Arts Institution: Dr. Lynn Westley's Approach To Undergraduate Science At Lake Forest College, Elizabeth Dean Feb 2007

Studying Biology At A Liberal Arts Institution: Dr. Lynn Westley's Approach To Undergraduate Science At Lake Forest College, Elizabeth Dean

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Dr. Westley’s focus lies mainly in the physiological ecology of plants. Of course, her favorite class to teach is Plant Biology, but she also enjoys teaching Ecology and Evolution "because sophomores are exciting—they’re making important decisions and are at the point at which they’re really learning how to be biologists."


Dr. Pliny Smith: New Kid On The Block, Lisa Jeziorny Feb 2007

Dr. Pliny Smith: New Kid On The Block, Lisa Jeziorny

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Dr. Smith, in addition to teaching Organismal and Developmental Biology,...in spring 2007 he is teaching a core seminar entitled The Biology of Aging.