Teaching at FSU:
Biology 2 (BSC 2011-01). This course for Biology majors covers development, genetics, evolution and ecology.
Conservation Biology (BSC 3052). This course for upper division undergraduates covers biological science as it relates to conservation.
Plant-Insect Interactions (BSC 4933). A graduate course on major topics in the ecology and evolution of plant-insect interactions.
The Ecology of Food (ISC 2937). An Honors seminar for both bio majors and non-majors.
Directed Independent and Honors Research for undergraduates - contact Dr. Underwood for information
Graduate Reading groups - various topics, contact Dr. Underwood for information
Resource Faculty, Organization for Tropical Studies Tropical Ecology course, Summer 1999 (99-3), Spring 2000 (00-1), Summer 2000 (00-3), Spring 2001 (00-1), Spring 2002 (00-2)
Instructor, Plant-Insect Interactions (undergraduate seminar) Duke University Department of Zoology, 1997
Teaching Fellow, Duke University Center for Teaching and Learning 1997
Coordinator for Teaching Assistant Training, Science of Life Introductory Biology Program, Department of
Zoology, Duke University 1997
Scientist-in-Residence, Pearsontown Elementary School, NC 1994 - 1998. The Scientist-in-Residence
program is organized by the Research Triangle Science and Math Partnership.
Teacher, Headlands Institute, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, CA 1988-1989.
FSU TA Workshop Teaching Tips Handout 2013