Tools of the Trade (Course Number ENE 198-02). Instructor.
Graduate-level course in mathematical methods across disciplines.
Energy and Resources Group
University of California, Berkeley
• Sole instructor and grader for graduate-level survey of mathematics and basic physics, including linear algebra, statistics, differential and integral calculus, differential equations, and thermodynamics
Introductory Statistics. Teaching assistant.
Undergraduate course, 200 students
Department of Natural Resources Economics
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Fall 2001 and Spring 2002
Physics Teaching Assistant and Departmental Tutor
Amherst College, 1995-1998
• Grader for Advanced Electromagnetism (1997)
• Laboratory Assistant for Classical Mechanics (1997)
• Grader and problem section Teaching Assistant for Electromagnetism (1996)
• Tutor for Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism (1995-1998)
PhD committee member
2018 Jehová Lourenco, Jr., Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Departamento de Ciências Biológicas, Vitória, ES, Brazil
2018 Jennifer Marie Hanson, University of Arizona masters student
Other graduate student and undergraduate mentoring
2019-2020 Aubree Lee Rhodes, University of Arizona undergraduate (2 semesters, 1 credit independent study in data reproducibility and analysis)
2018 Jesus Quinn, University of Arizona undergraduate (3 credits, independent study in GIS mapping and methods)
2017 Laura Mchugh, University of Arizona masters student
2012-2017 Henry Houskeeper, University of California, Santa Cruz undergraduate/graduate student
2015 Colin Michael Lynch, University of Arizona, undergraduate (1 credit independent study in information entropy problems)
2013-2015 Carlea Anne Winkler, University of California, Berkeley undergraduate in semester Mo’orea field course (IB: C158, “Biology and Geomorphology of Tropical Islands”)
2012-2015 Natalie Lowell, University of California, Berkeley graduate
2012-2014 Mark Wilber, Georgetown University graduate
2012 Brynn Cook, University of California, University of California, Berkeley undergraduate
2012 Charlotte Levy, Skidmore College undergraduate
2011 Arianne Messerman, Kenyon College undergraduate
2010 Deborah Bartholomew, University of Arkansas undergraduate
High School Mentoring
2020 Philip Wondrak, Tucson BASIS High School, senior honors project in forest health
Lectures and field trips
Geospatial Data Workshop in R. Data Carpentry workshop, co-organized with Tyson Swetnam. November 10-11, 2018.
The Gray Pine/chaparral ecosystem: a fire ecology story. Instructor/field trip leader (one-day trip). Field trip to Mount Diablo for UC Berkeley Alumni (group of 12). April 10, 2015.
Ecology from populations to ecosystems. Instructor/field trip leader (one-day trip). Field trip to Mount Diablo for the Renaissance School, middle-school class, Oakland, CA. December 2014.
Empirical evidence of climate change. Guest lecturer. Western State College of Colorado continuing education program for high school teachers. Gothic, Colorado. July 2009.
Biology of Birds. Instructor. Summer community outreach workshop. Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Gothic, Colorado. July 2010.
Volunteer environmental educator and birds of prey technician. Teatown Lake Reservation, Ossining, NY. Summers 1995-1996.
(Affiliations current at our time working together). Please contact me at my email address on this website for references for any of the people listed below.
Deborah Bartholomew, University of Arkansas undergraduate
Jessica Goddard, University of California Berkeley graduate student
Henry Houskeeper, University of California, Santa Cruz graduate
Anya Kamenskaya, University of California, Berkeley
Natalie Lowell, University of California, Berkeley graduate
Arianne Messerman, Kenyon College undergraduate
Mark Wilber, Georgetown University graduate/ UC Santa Barbara PhD student