My teaching focuses on current topics in evolution, genomics, and global change biology. I also have a strong interest in professional development and the journey the scientists undertake. I teach an upper division undergraduate "Global Change Biology" course in the spring semester (ESPM 152) and rotate among several graduate courses including "Molecular Evolution for Ecologists", "Patterns of Diversity", "PhD as Process" and "Science and Wonder" (ESPM 290) and an upper division undergraduate seminar called "The Environment and the Self: An Eco Practicum". I am also the director of the "Berkeley Connect" program in the College of Natural Resources, which is a multi-tiered mentoring program linking undergraduates, graduate students, junior faculty, and senior faculty. Please email me with any questions about my teaching offerings.