AMY MCMULLEN SIBUL portrait
  • Instructor (Lecturer), Biology

Current Courses

Spring 2020

  • BIOL 3470-001
    Conservation Biology
    Location: JTB 310 (JTB 310)

Teaching Philosophy

My teaching priority is helping students understand the value of science and how to apply their academic learning in a professional setting. I want every student to have access to hands-on, applied opportunities that enrich their educational experience and better prepare them to enter the professional world.

Courses I Teach

  • BIOL3470 - Conservation Biology
    This class explores the nature of rarity in the natural world, how human impacts influence rarity, and what actions we can take to reduce or reverse the negative impacts. This is a Community Engaged Learning class and fulfills the Applied Science Gen Ed requirement.
  • Biol4965 - Biology Independent Internship
    Enrolling in this course allows undergraduate biology majors to earn from 1-3 academic credits for successfully completing a biology-related internship or professional experience.

Teaching Projects

  • Community Engaged Learning Program. Project Lead: Amy Sibul. Office of the President, University of Utah 01/02/2012 - present.