ELIZABETH CASH

BIOLOGY PHD CANDIDATE

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES

TEACHING

I believe in the importance of teaching biology. As a science, biology strives for an equitable and meritocratic approach to the free exchange and evaluation of ideas. This is a value from which all people may benefit, not only because it applies to so many venues, but also because it empowers students to view themselves as critical thinkers. My goal as an educator, therefore, is to promote the underlying values of biology such that students recognize them as accessible and relevant to their own lives.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

School of Life Sciences

sols.asu.edu

Organic Evolution, Lecture TA (BIO 345)

General Entomology, Lab TA (BIO 386)

General Genetics, Lecture TA (BIO 340)

Intro Biology for Science Majors, Lab TA (BIO 181/182)

Intro Biology for Non-Majors, Lab TA (BIO 100)

Ask-a-Biologist, Dr. Biology Online Q&A Coordinator

 

The Design School

innovationspace.asu.edu

InnovationSpace, Biomimicry TA (IND 464/465)

 

 

 

 

 

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

School of Life Sciences

sols.asu.edu/hike

SOLS Takes a Hike, Hiking Guide Insect Expert

 

School of Engineering

outreach.engineering.asu.edu

BEST Summer Program, Biology Educator

 

PHOENIX DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN

www.dbg.org

Summer Flashlight Tours, Entomology Expert

 

 

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

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