IMG_4787I am faculty member and botanist at The Evergreen State College where I teach a variety of interdisciplinary team and solo taught programs focusing on vascular plants, lichens, bryophytes, fungi, field ecology, taxonomy, herbarium studies and plant chemistry.

In addition to my role as a faculty member, I am also the Collections Manager at the Evergreen Natural History Museum, where I am actively involved in mentoring students and conducting herbarium-based research. My research interests include biodiversity and conservation studies of bryophytes and lichens, and phytochemistry.

Click here to learn more about my teaching philosophy and practice and here to see a list of the programs that I have recently taught at Evergreen.

Click here to learn more about my research interests and opportunities to get involved with undergraduate research projects in my lab. Click here for a list of my peer-reviewed publications. 

Click here to learn more about the Evergreen Natural History Museum and the Evergreen Herbarium.