Jennifer A. Miskowski, B.S., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
Office: 3018 Cowley Hall
Lab: 257 Cowley Hall
Phone: (608) 785-6456
B.S., 1993 Alma College, Alma, MI - Biology & Chemistry
Ph.D., 1999 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Biochemistry
My scholarly interests lie in both teaching
and traditional bench research. As an instructor, I have experimented
with many teaching techniques ranging from traditional PowerPoint lecture to
case studies and small group work. I try to incorporate some form of
active learning in all of my courses, with an emphasis on information
gathering, data analysis, application of learned information to practical
situations, and oral and written forms of communication. I work to
find meaningful ways to assess the student learning experience, which often
involves the development of new assessment instruments.
In the research lab, I study the molecular basis of organ formation using the model organism, Caenorhabditis elegans. To learn more about work in the Miskowski lab, please click on the link below.
|Courses Taught:||Other Useful Sites:|
|BIO 105 - General Biology||My research and research opportunities for students|
|SAH 105 - Analysis of Health, Wellness, and Disease for the Healthcare Consumer|
|BIO 315 - Cell Biology|
|BIO 408/508 - Developmental Biology|
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