I am also an Adjunct Faculty in the Biology Department at Massasoit. I continue to teach different biology courses, including General Biology 1 & 2, Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2, and Evolutionary Biology.
May 2018: Awarded first prize in the Massasoit Arts Festival in the open juried pool for photography for the second year in a row.
May 2017: Awarded first prize in the Massasoit Arts Festival in the open juried pool for photography.
Summer 2016: I ran an extremely successful and innovative Wild at Art summer camp for Mass Audubon, nearly doubling the enrollment and revenue for the camp in a single year.
Spring and Summer 2015: My student's research on the effect native plant restoration has on native bee populations was presented at the Ecological Society of America's Annual Meeting (August 2015). I also ran an extremely success summer camp for Mass Audubon, called the Wild at Art Summer Camp at the Museum of American Bird Art in Canton, Massachusetts. In the spring, I mentored 8 undergraduate research students who are conducting research on the effect of habitat restoration on native bee abundance, diversity, and richness. My students presented their research at the Northeastern Natural History Conference in Springfield, Massachusetts on April 20th, 2015.