Currently I teach Anatomy & Physiology and Human Biology at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences. In the past, I have taught laboratory in Microbiology. I am co-advisor to the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, a member of the Faculty Governance Committee, an appointed member of Faculty Senate and a PA College Safety Officer.
In 2018, I earned a Doctor of Education degree from The Pennsylvania State University. My dissertation research involved how embodied learning among athletes led to changes in their individual and collective social identities. I am certified in Teaching with Simulation from the Hershey Medical Center. In 1991, I earned a Master of Science degree in biology from Millersville University. My research involved insect endocrinology and environmental microbiology. I have been teaching at PA College since 2007 beginning as an adjunct and presently as a full-time faculty member.
I am currently a student at the Stevenson School of Ministry, an Advisory Board Member for New Choices, a career training program for people who have gone through recent transitions in their lives, and a member of The Mission and Justice Committee at St. James Episcopal Church in Lancaster.
PA Instructional II
Teaching with Simulation
Teaching of Adult Education in the Health and Medical Professions
BIO-105 Human Biology
BIO-175 Anatomy & Physiology I
BIO-176 Anatomy & Physiology II
Doctor of Education, 2018, The Pennsylvania State University
Master of Science, 1991, Millersville University
Bachelor of Science, 1981, Millersville State College
Finalist, Stoudt Excellence Award in Teaching 2019.