Teaching

Nicholls students use DNA technology to solve ‘murder mystery’

Aimee Hollander introduces interactive learning methods

Nicholls State University

  • Cell and Molecular Biology Lecture
  • Cell and Molecular Biology Lab
  • General Biology (non-majors)

Fletcher Technical Community College

  • General Biology (non-majors)

Brandman University

  • Physical Science (non-majors)
  • Biology (non-majors)

Life West Chiropractic College

  • Pathogenic Microbiology
  • Microbiology Lab
  • Public Health
  • Basic Science Review Course
  • Cultural Competency for Healthcare Providers

Professional Development / STEM Education Presentations

Various active learning techniques to try in your classroom, Aimee M Hollander, November 2nd2018, Nicholls State University faculty development workshop series CAFÉ  (oral presentation)

Creating Faculty and Student Success Initiatives at a PUI, Aimee M Hollander,June 8th, 2018, American Society for Microbiology ASM Microbe, Atlanta GA (oral presentation)

Oil eaters, a course based undergraduate research experience for 200 levels microbiology students, Aimee M Hollanderand Sara Shields-Menard, November 10th, 2017 National Association of Biology Teachers

Public STEM Writing: Improving Science Literacy for STEM and Non-STEM majors, Scott D Banville, Aimee M Hollander, Shaping the future of E-learning, April 4th 2017, Pennington Biomedical Research Center Baton Rouge, LA (Oral Presentation)

Aimee Hollander,  The evaluation of active learning techniques for the review of basic sciences and the impact of these methods by multiple choice exam assessment. March 21st-22nd 2015 Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC) meeting, Las Vegas NV (Oral presentation)

Aimee Hollander, Enhancing your lessons with technology. Faculty Development Day Summer 2014. Hayward CA. (Oral Presentation)