Lanier named NSF FIRST IV scholar
Monday, June 13, 2011
EEB postdoctoral fellow Hayley Lanier was awarded a position as a postdoctoral scholar in the FIRST IV project, an NSF funded workshop at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC). The goal is to improve the quality of undergraduate education in science. The award covers travel and lodging to participate in two workshops over the next two years. Lanier will help teach undergraduate science courses during each of the next two years at U-M to practice and implement what she learns at the workshops.
Next year, Lanier will teach several class meetings that focus on a conceptual area of evolution in her advisor, Lacey Knowles’ course, EEB 390: Evolution.
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