Botany/Zoology/Forest and Wildlife Ecology 460: General Ecology – This course explores the science of ecology, including factors that control the distribution of species, population dynamics of organisms, structure and function of biological communities, ecosytem functioning, and environmental responses to human-induced change. The course integrates topics across lecture, lab, and discussion components. Labs include student-driven research projects. I teach this course every fall. Click here to access the course via Learn@UW.
Biology/Botany/Zoology 152: Introductory Biology – This course is part of the introductory biology sequence for majors. I teach this course in some spring semesters. Click here to access the course website.
Zoology 956: Graduate Seminars – I teach a topical graduate seminar in some spring semesters. I have offered A Science Communication Workshop for Ecologists and The Ecology of Fragmented Landscapes in previous years. In spring 2017, I will be offering Experiments in Restoration Ecology as a part of my involvement with the UW NSF IGERT on novel ecosystems.