This page lists my experiences as a teaching assistant and guest lecturer at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

If I become a university professor in the future, I might teach classes on behavioral ecology, fish ecology, conservation, aquatic entomology, or computer programming and data analysis for ecologists, among other topics, depending on the needs of the department where I end up.

Teaching Assistant

I was a teaching assistant for:

  • Aquatic Entomology
  • Natural History of Alaska (twice)
  • Biology and Society

Guest Lecturer

I gave full-length lectures on:

  • Drift Foraging
  • Foraging Theory
  • Prey Intake
  • Stoneflies
  • Salmon