I taught for Ball State University as a field course instructor from 2007-2011, for Purdue University for various semesters since 2012, and for Colorado College for various semesters since 2017. I have taught 11 different courses in the research university, private liberal arts college, online, and study abroad settings.
I co-created and directed a primatology field course and co-taught it for nine field seasons. That course was offered by Ball State University for five seasons and Purdue University for season 2011. In 2016 I was certified by the Safety and Health Institute to teach Wilderness First Aid, and taught this as an additional component of my field primatology courses. The field course took place in southern Africa and students received training in primatology, ecology, ethology, research methods, and working safely with wildlife in the field. I have also taught a field course at the Lemur Conservation Foundation.
Biological Bases of Human Social Behavior [in person & online]
Primatology [in person]
Primate Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation [in person]
Primate Behavior [online]
The Great Apes [online]
Human Origins [online]
Introduction to Biological Anthropology & Human Evolution [in person]
Fundamentals of Biological Anthropology Lab [in person]
Biodiversity, Adaptation, and Human Behavior [in person]
Field Primatology [field – southern Africa]
Wilderness First Aid [field – South Africa]
Primates of South Africa [field – South Africa]