COURSES FOR 2011-12
á Biology 29/128, Introductory Biostatistics – Winter 2012 at Ò12Ó with labs on Monday or Tuesday afternoons. A first course in statistics with joint undergraduate/graduate lectures and weekly computer laboratories in JMP (Bio 29) or R (Bio 128).
á Biology 265, Journal Club in Microbial Ecology & Environmental Microbiology – Winter 2012, Wednesdays 3-4 PM. Interdisciplinary reading group for graduate students, postdocs, and faculty from Biology, Microbiology & Immunology, Earth Sciences, and Engineering.
á Biology 16, Ecology – Spring 2012 at Ò10Ó. This is an introductory course covering the fundamental concepts and approaches of ecology.
COURSES FOR 2012-13
á Biology 22, Methods in Ecology – Summer 2012 at Ò12Ó with labs on Monday afternoons. This course is targeted at students between their sophomore and junior years who have had Biology 16 (Ecology) and are looking to learn more about how ecology works on a day-to-day basis. We emphasize the interplay of observations, experiments, and modeling as different approaches to answering ecological questions.
I will be on sabbatical from January-December 2013, and will return to teaching in Winter 2014 with Bio 29/128.
Kathy Cottingham (Kathryn.Cottingham AT dartmouth.edu)
Last Updated: 02 December 2011