BS, Michigan State University
MS, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Teaching at NMH
The science department is a collegial group, ready to share and implement both new and tried and true ideas. The sharing and learning among teachers is a model for the student experience in the science classrooms; as students share their ideas they become teachers and learners in the give and take of discussion and class activities. The broad spectrum of cultural backgrounds from which our students come keeps my experience as a teacher both interesting and satisfying, challenging me to keep my methods flexible and varied, while pushing students to move beyond information collection to developing learning habits in the context of science.
At NMH since 1985; Elizabeth Howe Reuckert Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching, 2001; Howard Rubenthal Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching, 2008
BS, Penn State
PhD, Dartmouth College
At NMH since 2015; science teacher, Blair Academy; studied both chemistry and biology, focusing on the roles that metallic elements play within biological systems; research post-doc, University of Potsdam, Germany; faculty-in-training fellow, Wellesley College