I am a biologist with a background in plant genetics and physiology.
I work at Dickinson State University, which is a small public university in western North Dakota. In addition to teaching an average of twelve credits each semester, I manage the university greenhouse, curate the university herbarium, mentor undergraduate-research students, and chair the General Education Council.
I serve on the Board of Directors of the Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association, the Community Advisior Board of Praire Public Broadcasting, and as a cub scout den leader.
Outside of my professional and civic responsbilities, I enjoy fly fishing, fly tying, building fishing rods, brewing, hiking, and camping.
PhD in Plant Sciences, 2005
BSc in Agriculture, 1999
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Thu, Oct 19, 2017, Collaborative Annotation in the Science Classroom