Teaching

I have taught a number of undergraduate and graduate level courses at Wisconsin that range from introductory history of science surveys to seminars in my primary area of specialty, the history of biology. These include, HistSci 202: The Rise of Modern Science, HistSci 333: History of Modern Biology, HistSci 343: The Darwinian Revolution, HistSci 909: Seminar in History of Biology and Medicine, and ILS 202: Western Civilization: Science, Technology, Philosophy II.

In the Fall of 2013, I  taught History of Science XXX as part of a “Science History

Ann Smart-Martin (left) professor of art history, and Lynn Nyhart (right)

Ann Smart-Martin (left) professor of art history, and Lynn Nyhart (right)

Detectives” First Year Interest Group in the College of Letters and Science. 18 students took my course in conjunction with Gregg Downey’s Library and Information Science XXX and Ann Smart Martin’s Art History XXX. David Macasaet and Steel Wagstaff of L&S Learning Support Services produced “Capturing Nature,” a short film about the experience.

 

 

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